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Elevated Albumin Levels

There are several serums that are contained in the blood for the proper working of body and circulatory functions. The serums are also important in the functioning of the immune system, and this is one of the most important functions of the body, without which the body will be ravaged by diseases that can prove […]

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Black Period Blood

Most women experience the menstrual cycle once they clock the puberty and stops after menopause. Interestingly most women do not have correct facts concerning their cycle. The menstrual cycle occurs when the uterus walls thickens in preparation for pregnancy. Failure to get pregnant results in the shading of the uterus lining together with the blood. […]

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What is MCHC in a blood test?

MCHC or mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration refers to the average content of hemoglobin’s in RBCs or red blood cells. The MCHC value is noted down in a CBC or complete blood count report. It is one of the indices of RBCs and is used for diagnosis of anemia along with the cause, type, and severity […]

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Normal Oxygen Saturation Levels

To determine one’s normal oxygen level, one must simply check one’s oxygen saturation least four times a day for five days. Each record must be maintained in the record log. One must ensure that it is recorded as what was being done prior to the checking. Oxygen saturation measures how much oxygen the blood is […]

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Trace Amounts of Blood in Urine

The condition of blood or trace amounts of blood in urine is medically termed as hematuria. In most cases, it can be detected by change in color of urine to pinkish, reddish, or brownish. Hematuria can occur due to benign causes such as use of certain medications or it can be a symptom of some […]

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What is Hematochezia ?

Hematochezia refers to the passage of fresh blood through the anus along with stools. It is commonly linked to the lower gastrointestinal bleeding. It may also occur due to the upper gastrointestinal bleeding. The usual color of feces is from light to dark brown. Sometimes blood is not found in anus, but on wiping the […]

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How long does Oxycodone stay in your System?

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Oxycodone is a narcotic painkiller analgesic that is prescribed by doctors for alleviation and treatment of moderate to intense pain, and often after serious injuries or major surgeries. Similar to morphine, oxycodone is available as concentrated solution, liquid solution, capsule, tablet, and oral extended-release tablets. Use and dosage of each of these forms are advised […]

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How long does Lortab Stay in Your System?

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Lortab is a prescription drug which belongs to the opiate analgesic class of medicines. It is used for alleviation of severe pain. It works by acting on the nervous system and the brain and altering its response to pain. This narcotic painkiller is a ‘controlled substance,’ which means that the government controls its consumption and […]

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