There are dozens of labs that nurses should be familiar with regardless of the clinical setting. Laboratory values help paint a picture of what’s happening in the patient’s body, how the organ systems are (or aren’t) compensating, and what imbalances are present.
In this course, we’ll discuss some of the most foundational and common laboratory values, including the CBC, blood gasses, renal function studies, urine analysis, and cardiac lab values.
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