Clinical Chemistry MCQ

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Clinical Chemistry MCQ

Welcome to the Clinical Chemistry Multiple Choice Questions test. You have 30 minutes to answer 30 questions.

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1 / 30

Which of the following statements regarding serum urea is true?

2 / 30

A plasma glucose result is 100 mg/dL. The corresponding glucose in whole blood would approximate:

3 / 30

Which of the following blood gas disorders is most commonly associated with an abnormal anion gap?

4 / 30

The VLDL fraction primarily transports what substance?

5 / 30

Which of the following enzymes is the best indicator of pancreatic function?

6 / 30

Hepatocellular damage may be best assessed by which of the following parameters?

7 / 30

In a healthy individual, which protein fraction has the greatest concentration in serum?

8 / 30

Which of the following instruments is used in the clinical laboratory or in reference laboratories to detect beta and gamma emissions?

9 / 30

Which enzyme is common to all enzymatic methods for triglyceride measurement?

10 / 30

Which of the following enzymes catalyzes the conversion of starch to glucose and maltose?

11 / 30

The main estrogen produced by the ovaries and used to evaluate ovarian function is:

12 / 30

When free thyroxine cannot be measured directly, the free thyroxine index (FT4I) may be calculated by using which measured laboratory data?

13 / 30

A patient's total cholesterol/HDL cholesterol ratio is 10.0. What level of risk for coronary heart disease does this result indicate?

14 / 30

Osmolality can be defined as a measure of the concentration of a solution based on:

15 / 30

Which of the following apoproteins is inversely related to risk for coronary heart disease and is a surrogate marker for HDL?

16 / 30

Which of the following changes will occur with a blood gas sample exposed to room air?

17 / 30

When measuring K+ with an ion-selective electrode by means of a liquid ion exchange membrane, what antibiotic will be incorporated into the membrane?

18 / 30

Which of the following reagents can be used to measure protein in cerebrospinal fluid?

19 / 30

In spectrophotometric analysis, what is the purpose of the reagent blank?

20 / 30

Identification of which of the following is useful in early stages of glomerular dysfunction?

21 / 30

Checking instrument calibration, temperature accuracy, and electronic parameters are part of:

22 / 30

Which of the following conditions will elevate ionized calcium?

23 / 30

Which of the biochemical processes below is promoted by insulin?

24 / 30

Increased PCO2 in a patient most commonly results in which of the following primary acid-base abnormalities?

25 / 30

Which of the following techniques can be used to quantify apolipoproteins?

26 / 30

What endogenous substance may cause a positive interference in the urease/glutamate dehydrogenase assay?

27 / 30

What does an increase in the serum enzyme levels indicate?

28 / 30

The kidney is responsible for acid-base balance through the removal of H ions via four major mechanisms. Which of the following describes one of those mechanisms?

29 / 30

Which of the following sets of tests would Which of the following sets of tests would be the most useful in diagnosing an AMI?

30 / 30

What is the immediate precursor of bilirubin formation?

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