Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technology presents the development in the medical laboratory science. It discusses the general laboratory glassware and apparatus. It addresses a more specialized procedure in mechanization, automation, and data processing. Some of the topics covered in the book are the composition of glass; cleaning of glassware; the technique of using volumetric pipettes; technique for centrifugation; the production of chemically pure water; principal foci of a converging lens; micrometry; magnification; setting up the microscope; and fluorescence microscopy. The precautions against infection are covered. The storage of chemicals and treatment of accidents are discussed. The text describes the collection and reporting of specimens. A study of the fundamentals of chemistry and endocrine systems is presented. A chapter is devoted to the elementary colorimetry and spectro-photometry. Another section focuses on the introduction to clinical chemistry and blood gas analysis. The book can provide useful information to scientists, physicists, doctors, students, and researchers.Some workers also use these scales for making approximate measurements of relatively large objects, for which purpose the ... Diagram illustrating Vernier system. ... are not suitable for making accurate measurements with the microscope and, when this is necessary, specialized equipment is required. The most widely used type in medical laboratories is the stage micrometer and micrometer eyepiece.
|Title||:||Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technology|
|Author||:||F. J. Baker, R. E. Silverton|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2014-06-28|