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Elizabeth, MSCIT, BSMT (ASCP)


I can answer questions about the purpose of specific laboratory tests, and can suggest specific questions the patient may want to ask their physician regarding the interpretation of their laboratory testing results. I cannot diagnose diseases or be held responsible for any information or suggestions offered. The final authority and informational resource regarding the patient's medical treatment should be their own physician.

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Clinical Systems Analyst at LALGC. 2 years of experience as an Allied Health Instructor teaching clinical lab skills at a Technical college for Associate Degree Clinical Medical Assisting students.


ASCP, licensed as a Medical Technologist in the state of AR and in the state of HI.


BS in Medical Technology (ASCP), Licensed as a Medical Technologist in the state of HI, MS in Computer Information Technology, BA in Art

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AR Children's Hospital Scholarship for Medical Technology Students

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sofia Dagman11/02/15101010thank you so much
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Recent Answers from Elizabeth, MSCIT, BSMT (ASCP)

2016-09-15 protein in urine:

Eliz,      As far as proteinuria, whether it's a concern or not  depends on a number of factors, e.g., the physician's clinical assessment taking into consideration the patient's age, clinical and family

2016-07-27 UA HGB:

Although it's impossible to confirm with only the available information provided, just based on the information you provided above, if you were having your period at the time you provided the urine sample

2016-07-23 UA HGB:

Hi Jessica,     Hematuria can result from multiple causes from accidental cross contamination of the urine specimen from menstrual blood to UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) to kidney disease to trauma to

2015-10-23 lab test:

Hi, these are typical U/A U/M (urinalysis, urine microscopic) results for a bladder infection caused by bacteria, usually E. coli.  UTIs cause symptoms of burning or pain with urination and are quite common

2015-08-17 White blood cell count:

Hi, There are several different types of WBCs in the bloodstream, all of which perform different functions and which often exhibit out of range values in a CBC or manual differential depending on the diagnosis


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