Non-nitrogenous Compounds Quiz

This quiz will test your knowledge of BUN, Creatinine, lactic acid, urea, and uric acid.
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Non-nitrogeneous compound

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1. Which of the following compound is used to assess the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). 

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2. Which type of specimen is used for Creatinine clearance test?

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3. In the diacetyl method, what does diacetyl react with to form a yellow product?

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4. What is the major waste product of purine catabolism? 

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5. Which of the following disorder is associated with an elevated blood ammonia level? 

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6.  In gout, which of the following compound deposits in joints and other body tissues? 

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7. Convert 20 mg/dL of urea nitrogen to urea. 

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8. What compound is the major nitrogen-containing compound in the blood?

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9. What analyte is measured using the Jaffe reaction?

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10. Which of the following disorder is associated with an elevated serum uric level? 

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11. Which element distinguishes proteins from carbohydrate and lipid compounds?

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12. Given the following information for an average-size adult, calculate creatinine clearance. Urine creatinine—130 mg/dL Plasma creatinine—1.4 mg/dL Urine volume for 24 hours—1620 ml

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13. A waste product of muscle contraction that is formed from phosphocreatine is

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14. Which analyte should be placed on ice immediately after draw?

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