[ 663BCELCBC18 ] Module Clinical Biochemistry

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3 ECTS Accumulative module examination B2 - Bachelor's programme 2. year (*)Biologische Chemie Jan Sterba USB Budweis
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Original study plan Bachelor's programme Biological Chemistry 2023W
Objectives The subject aims at an introduction into Clinical Biochemistry. Modern analytical techniques as well as procedures used to set-up, assess and maintain the quality of laboratory analysis will be review. Background of physiological and pathological processes affecting biochemical investigations and the use of clinical biochemistry results in the diagnosis and management of common medical disorders will be given.
Subject Basic clinical biochemistry
Further information Contents of lectures: 1.Analytical part: Principles of all analytical techniques used in Clinical Biochemistry, Instrumentation used in these methods. 2.Homeostasis and Nutrition Water and electrolytes, acid base balance, lipids, proteins, general nutrition, trauma, shock, chronobiology. 3.Biochemistry of major organ disorders ; The biochemical consequences of major disorders of the heart, lung, liver, kidney, gut, brain and muscle will be covered, Details of methodology applicable to this module may be covered here eg. diagnostic enzymology. 4.Endocrinology and Cell Biology Biochemical screening and monitoring in Health and Disease: Principles of screening Genetic disorders and related molecular biology, Therapeutic drug monitoring, Drugs of abuse, Toxicology and drug overdose, Neonatal and Pediatric Biochemistry

Contents of laboratories: Practical training of the methods covered by the lecture.

Corresponding lecture ANTBICECBIV10: VO Clinical Biochemistry (3 ECTS) (as lecture)
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