Blood Test Quiz | Ions, Trace Metals and Lipids
As a healthcare professional, you are expected to have an intimate understanding of blood test results. You should have a thorough understanding of the consequences to the body when these values rise and fall.
Of course, not all reference ranges are the same. Units often differ, too. In the blood test questions below, we’ve used units most commonly seen in the United States. However, many of these values are used elsewhere beyond the US.
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In other blood test quizzes, we review other parts of the blood test – such as hematology, liver function tests, cardiac tests, endocrinology, immunology and other important clinical metabolites / markers.
Without further ado, then, let’s proceed with today’s quiz.