Test Selection and Interpretation Guide
Test Selection and Interpretation Guide 2012
This useful guide provides testing information in 9 clinical specialties: cardiology, chronic kidney disease, coagulation, endocrinology, genetics, hematology/oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, and toxicology. The information provided is based on peer-reviewed publications.
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Dr. Ian Levenson brings his unique perspective to the discussion of the benefit of going beyond the traditional Lipid Panel. He will review the value of Advanced Cardiovascular Testing and how it can be applied to a large practice that focuses on prevention, general medicine and cardiovascular risk.
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