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J. Kafa. Texas State University. 2019.

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Pernicious anemia is associated with Gastric function/2 gastric hypoacidity, and not ulcers. Secretion is controlled by negative feedback causing levels to be high in conditions associated with achlorhydria such as atrophic gastritis. Zollinger–Ellison syndrome results from a gastrin-secreting tumor, gastrinoma, usually originating in the pancreas. It is characterized by very high levels of plasma gastrin and excessive gastric acidity. In duodenal ulcers, increased gastric acidity occurs, but fasting plasma gastrin levels are normal. In stomach cancer, gastric volume is increased but acidity is not, and plasma gastrin levels are variable. A Plasma gastrin levels greater than 1,000 pg/mL are usually diagnostic of Zollinger–Ellison Body fluids/Correlate clinical and laboratory data/ syndrome. Smaller elevations can occur in other Pancreatic function/2 types of hyperacidity, including gastric ulcers, in renal disease, and after vagotomy. Zollinger–Ellison syndrome can be differentiated from the others by the secretin stimulation test. In Zollinger–Ellison syndrome, at least one specimen should show an increase of 200 pg/mL above the baseline for gastrin. It may be measured to diagnose intestinal malabsorption, or used along with tests of other gastric regulatory peptides to evaluate dysfunction. Urinary trypsinogen is increased in acute pancreatitis, while fecal trypsin and chymotrypsin are decreased in cystic fibrosis due to pancreatic duct obstruction. B The xylose absorption test differentiates pancreatic insufficiency from malabsorption syndrome (both cause deficient fat absorption). Which of the following is commonly associated Answers to Questions 29–30 with occult blood? However, the test is nonspecific and contamination with Body fluids/Correlate clinical and laboratory data/ vaginal blood is a frequent source of error. Which test is most sensitive in detecting persons and children with pancreatic insufficiency as a with chronic pancreatitis? Perform a turbidimetric protein test and report Select the most appropriate course of action. Request a new specimen with microscopic results Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to recognize B. Report biochemical results only; request a new problems/Urinalysis/3 sample for the microscopic examination C. C Highly buffered alkaline urine may cause a contaminated in vitro false-positive dry reagent strip protein test by B. C A positive nitrite requires infection with a Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to recognize nitrate-reducing organism, dietary nitrate, and inconsistent results/Urinalysis/3 incubation of urine in the bladder. When volume is below 12 mL, the sample should be diluted with saline to 12 mL before concentrating. Results are multiplied by the dilution (12 mL/mL urine) to give the correct range. Perform a quantitative urine glucose; report as control trace if greater than 100 mg/dL C. Request a new urine specimen ketone result Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to determine D. Request a new sample and repeat the urinalysis possible inconsistent results/Glucose/3 Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to recognize problems/Urinalysis/3 Answers to Questions 4–7 5. The trace ketone does not require Other findings: confirmation, provided that the quality control Color: Amber Transparency: Microscopic: Crystals of the reagent strips is acceptable. Perform a tablet test for bilirubin before dry reagent test and will confirm the presence of reporting bilirubin. Reduced possible inconsistent results/Urinalysis/3 renal blood flow causes increased urea reabsorption 6. A The urine glucose is determined by the blood All other results are normal and all tests are in glucose at the time the urine is formed. Report these results Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to recognize problems/Renal function/3 6. Urinalysis results from a 35-year-old woman are: patient gives positive tests for blood and protein. Support the finding of an extravascular transfusion reaction Select the most appropriate course of action. Recheck the blood reaction; if negative, look for transfusion reaction budding yeast D. Request a list of medications Body fluids/Correlate clinical and laboratory data/ Urinalysis/3 Body fluids/Evaluate laboratory data to recognize sources of error/Urinalysis/3 9. D The plasma free hemoglobin will be increased Body fluids/Select routine laboratory procedures to immediately after a hemolytic transfusion reaction, verify test results/Transfusion reaction/3 and the haptoglobin will be decreased. Given the following urinalysis results, select the hemoglobin will be eliminated by the kidneys, but most appropriate course of action: the haptoglobin will remain low or undetectable for 2–3 days. Call for a list of medications administered to the urine points to a patient with insulin-dependent patient diabetes.

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Antibiotics are used to treat bacterially infected animals but are also administered as a preventive measure. From an animal and human health perspective, responsible use of antibiotics is of importance. In residue analysis of antibiotics in products of animal origin, quantitative and qualitative aspects are involved in declaring a sample non-compliant (positive). The quantitative aspect regards the determination of the amount of the compound present in the sample. The qualitative aspect regards the confirmation of the identity of the compound present. In this, selectivity is the main parameter of importance which is defined as the ability of a method to distinguish the analyte being measured from other substances. In chapter 1, the background on antibiotics usage in animal breeding and the legal framework of antibiotic analysis are discussed. To be able to simultaneously analyse compounds having different physical and chemical properties, generic sample preparation procedures are applied. These multi-analyte methods - sometimes including over 150 different compounds – are of much interest for analytical laboratories due to the reduction of costs. A clear drawback of generic sample preparation procedures is the occurrence of abundant matrix effects which compromise detection limits, quantitative aspects, maintenance frequency and method selectivity. Validation procedures are available to determine the uncertainty of the quantitative result, which is taken into account in the decision making process. Procedures to determine the uncertainty of the qualitative aspect of a method of analysis are lacking and, as a result, whether or not a method is adequately selective is a matter of experts’ judgment. A measure for the (un)certainty of the selectivity is the probability of any compound showing the same precursor ion, product ions and retention time as the compound of interest. In the developed procedure this is calculated based upon empirical models constructed from three large compound databases. Based upon the final probability estimation, additional measures to assure unambiguous identification can be taken, like the selection of different or additional product ions. To demonstrate the importance of selectivity, in this thesis two analytical challenges are presented in which selectivity plays an important role. One in which selectivity is extreme to be able to discriminate between a banned antibiotic and its antimicrobially inactive isomers. Second a method in which selectivity is deliberately compromised to obtain an effective monitoring strategy in which not only the parent drugs are detected, but also their protein bound metabolites. The separation of the isomers on the analytical column, the selectivity of the monitored product ions and the clean-up of urine turned out to be critical parameters. To obtain reproducible retention times, isocratic elution on a chiral α-acid glycoprotein column was applied. For urine samples, matrix compounds present in the final extract caused decreased retention of the isomers on the chiral stationary phase and a lack of chromatographic resolution. Therefore an extensive clean-up procedure that combines solid phase extraction and liquid- liquid extraction had to be developed. Especially penicillins are frequently applied in animal breeding and human medicine. Also resistance against cephalosporins and even carbapenems has been reported, which is a major threat to human health. The main challenges in ß-lactam analysis are (1) the instability of some of the analytes and (2) the fast metabolism ceftiofur and cefapirin and the protein binding of ceftiofur residues. A slight instability of cefapirin and desfuroylceftiofur was observed at elevated temperatures. Ceftiofur and cefapirin degraded immediately and completely in an alkaline environment, resulting in antimicrobially inactive degradation products. Ceftiofur and cefapirin also degraded immediately and completely in kidney extract resulting in both formerly reported metabolites as well as not previously reported products. It is shown that conditions often occurring during the analysis of ceftiofur or cefapirin can result in rapid degradation of both compounds. From this, on a theoretical basis, it is concluded that underestimation of the determined amounts of ceftiofur and cefapirin is likely to occur when using conventional methods for the quantitative analysis of these compounds in tissue, and that a new approach is needed that takes the metabolism and degradation into account. To effectively detect off-label ceftiofur usage an analytical method is needed that, besides the native compound, also detects its active metabolites.