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Question: Is it hard to measure chemicals in blood samples???????
blood, chemical, sample
Asked by Crowsy is my name?? to Annette on 15 Nov 2016. This question was also asked by Phoenix, #Harry Potter???, The wonder guy(DLang?).
answered on 15 Nov 2016:
No not generally -all the Laboratory instruments are set up to do exactly that so you just need to get a blood sample, place the blood into the correct preservative and then take a sample of it and place it on the analyser
Crowsy is my name?? commented on 15 Nov 2016:
Thanks for answering my question
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Mad4atomz commented on 15 Nov 2016:
Phoenix commented on 15 Nov 2016:
Is it easier than it sounds
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