ببساطـــة الصورة رقم (4)

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ببساطـــة الصورة رقم (4)
برعاية :
” سلسلة حلقات خد تحليلك ” + ” سلسلة حلقات المختصر المفيد ”
. برجاء الاجابة على نقطة واحده فقط لكل واحد .
Sama Sohag Capillary Blood Gas (CBG)
Monday at 19:36 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin Sama Sohag Noooo Try Again
Monday at 19:38 · Like · 1

Sama Sohag OK
Monday at 19:39 · Like

Noura Darwish Capillary blood glucose
Monday at 19:45 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin No … try Again too
Monday at 19:53 · Edited · Like · 2

Noura Darwish Amin Gamal Amin: heya included in clinical analysis walla in food analysis??
Monday at 20:00 · Like

عادل طايل Capillary blood glucose مش لاقى غيرها والنعمه
Monday at 20:01 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin Noura Darwish heya included !!! by what language you are speaking ?? aha ,,, heya= it and walla = or ???
whatever ,, its test in medical analysis
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عادل طايل
its Very easy .. Twist your mind ..
Monday at 20:04 · Like · 3

Noura Darwish Corticosteroid binding globulin (CBG)
Monday at 20:05 · Like · 1

Sama Sohag منشط البلازمينوجين النسيجي او مادة التيبلاز (TPA – Alteplase
Monday at 20:05 · Like

Noura Darwish Corticosteroid binding globulin (CBG) is the carrier for glucocorticoids in plasma. The protein is believed to keep the steroids inactive and to regulate the amount of free hormone acting on target tissues (free hormone hypothesis)
Monday at 20:07 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin Noura Darwish finally ,,, your Ans. is true ,, but you must give us more information about it ,,, Come on ,, complete your Ans.
Monday at 20:07 · Like · 1

Sama Sohag اهو علاج اهو بعدنا عن التحاليل
Monday at 20:09 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin Sama Sohag who said that your Answer is true ???
No it isnt ,,, try to think again its clinical lab. test .
Monday at 20:10 · Like · 1

Menna Nazeem protein C and protein S are proteins make liquifaction for the blood. they interrupt the coagulation cascade
Monday at 20:13 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin No ,, Noura Darwish your Answer is Model Answer ,,thanQ .

im speaking with Sama Sohag ..
Monday at 20:14 · Like · 2

Safaa Ali Bjp=Bence Jones protein
Monday at 20:15 · Like · 5

Amin Gamal Amin Menna Nazeem Good answer but we need more explanation ,,

Safaa Ali Good Answer So Complete it
Monday at 20:18 · Edited · Like · 2

Amany Menshawy protein S is a vitamin K-dependent plasma glycoprotein synthesized in the endothelium.
Protein S exists in two forms: a free form and a complex form bound to complement protein C4b-binding protein (C4BP).
function of Protein S is its role in the anti coagulation pathway, where it functions as a cofactor to Protein C in the inactivation of Factors Va and VIIIa. Only the free form has cofactor activity.
Protein S can bind to negatively charged phospholipids via the carboxylated GLA domain. This property allows Protein S to function in the removal of cells which are undergoing apoptosis. Apoptosis is a form of cell death that is used by the body to remove unwanted or damaged cells from tissues

Protein C, also known as autoprothrombin IIA and blood coagulation factor XIV,and
is a zymogenic (inactive) protein, the activated form of which plays an important role in regulating blood clotting, inflammation, cell death, and maintaining the permeability of blood vessel walls in humans and other animals.
The zymogenic form of protein C is a vitamin K-dependent glycoprotein that circulates in blood plasma.
The protein C zymogen is activated when it binds to thrombin.
Protein C is a major component in anticoagulation in the human body
And its synthesis occurs in the liver and begins with a single-chain precursor molecule.
Monday at 20:19 · Like · 3

Safaa Ali A Bence Jones protein is a substance found in the urine of people with multiple myeloma, a disease where blood cells in the bone marrow become malignant, or cancerous. Bence Jones proteins may also be found in the urine in association with certain other cancers of the blood. .
Monday at 20:20 · Like · 7

Amin Gamal Amin Amany Menshawy Good ,, but where is the Simplicity in your answer .. !!!
safaa ali Good Done thanQ .
Monday at 20:24 · Edited · Like · 2

Amin Gamal Amin Menna Nazeem we want more information about Protein c & Prptein S to get the Full mark ,,
Safaa Ali thanQ again
Monday at 20:31 · Edited · Like · 1

Randa Monir From google
A homocysteine
blood test is done to:
Help identify vitamin B12 deficiency or folic acid deficiency. But other tests for these deficiencies are available.
Help identify a rare inherited disease (homocystinuria) that causes a deficiency of one of several enzymes needed to convert food to energy.
Help determine a cause for otherwise unexplained blood clots.
Monday at 20:41 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin Randa Monir
Never mind ,, i wanted Answer from your mind ,, but Good Answer and thanQ for your search
Monday at 20:47 · Like · 1

Mohammed Shedeed ببساطة يعنى شديدة protein c and s its componant of naturallay anti coagualnt + anti thrembin
Tuesday at 00:12 · Like · 2

Mohammed Shedeed لازم شرح يعنى والله انا بنام حالا بس هاقول باختصار بردوة بنعمل ال بروتين سلى و اس علاشان الستات الحوامل طبعا علاشان الاجهاض ولو الشخص طبيعى فى كل حاجة طبعا لو عندة نزيف وعملنا كل ال coagulation profile لازم نفكر فى ال naturally anti coagulant لانها هايكون فيها نقص اكيد ودا باختصار شديد ومعزرا بقا
Tuesday at 00:16 · Like · 2

Mohammed Shedeed حاجة تانية قبل منام خالص بقا protein c ” it is activated y thrombinan inactivate factor 5 and 8 and stimulate fibrinolysis
Tuesday at 00:20 · Like · 1

Mohammed Shedeed protein c : A cofactor of protein c
Tuesday at 00:21 · Like · 1

Mohammed Shedeed ثالث حاجة بقا فى المجموعةAntithrombin III : it is maniy an inhibitor of thrombin
Tuesday at 00:24 · Edited · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin ThanQ very Much Mohammed Shedeed ..
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Anyone else want to join us ?!!!.
Tuesday at 18:08 · Like

Gehad Ahmed CBG=corticosteroid-binding globulin.
Tuesday at 19:41 · Edited · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin thanQ Gehad Ahmed but it is answered before !!!
you can give us an information about one of the following :
Lipoprotein a ,, or ,, Cardio CRP ,, or ,,, TPA ..
Tuesday at 20:10 · Edited · Like · 1

Gehad Ahmed Our body’s lipids such as triglycerides and cholesterol are insoluble in circulating plasma (the fluid component of our blood.) In order to carry around these lipids, we must package them with proteins to make them dissolve in plasma. These proteins are called apolipoproteins.
Apolipoproteins + lipids together make up what is called a lipoprotein. Some well known lipoproteins are LDL and HDL. These apolipoproteins serve a variety of functions such as directing the lipoprotein to certain cells in the body or regulating enzymes to manage the packaged lipids. These proteins can also interact with other systems of the body that have nothing to do with lipid handling.

Lipoprotein(a) or Lp(a) is a specialized form of LDL. Not surprisingly it is made of LDL and an apolipoprotein designated (a). The exact benefit of Lp(a) is not clear but its potential bad effects have been studied. Lp(a) is similar in structure to a protein called plasminogen. Plasminogen is important in helping the body dissolve blood clots. Believe or not, our bodies are constantly making and dissolving microscopic blood clots in a delicate balance of two blood clotting systems. If Lp(a) competes for binding spots for this blood clot dissolver, the blood system balance may favor forming blood clots. Most heart attacks are caused by a blood clot in a heart artery at a site of atherosclerosis. Lp(a) may also stimulate our immune cells to deposit cholesterol into heart artery walls thereby promoting the development of atherosclerosis.

Higher levels of Lp(a) have been shown to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you have a heart attack, higher Lp(a) levels are associated with a lower chance of survival. Furthermore, high Lp(a) levels seem to more significantly increase the risk of heart disease if you already have high LDL, low HDL, and/or high blood pressure. The main determinant of high Lp(a) levels is your genes and therefore there are some racial differences. African-Americans tend to have higher levels than Caucasians or East Asians. Lp(a) can be measured in the blood but it is not part of a routine lipid panel. A Lp(a) level less than 30mg/dl is considered normal.
Tuesday at 20:20 · Like · 3

Amin Gamal Amin No ,,, Gehad Ahmed it isnt ,, anyway you answered your point so give the chance to another one .
Tuesday at 20:33 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat very good doctors nice informations
Tuesday at 20:44 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin Sheren Alnagar Barakat your encouragements only isn’t enough just share with Answers
Tuesday at 20:52 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat طيب بالراحه يا دكتور
Tuesday at 20:53 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat Tissue plasminogen activator (abbreviated tPA or PLAT) is a protein involved in the breakdown of blood clots. It is a serine proteasefound on endothelial cells, the cells that line the blood vessels. As an enzyme, it catalyzes the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, the major enzyme responsible for clot breakdown. Because it works on the clotting system, tPA is used in clinical medicine to treat embolic or thrombotic stroke. Use is contraindicated in hemorrhagic stroke and head trauma.

tPA may be manufactured using recombinant biotechnology techniques. tPA created this way may be referred to as recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtP
Tuesday at 20:55 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin No ,, in learning you must be tough So Answer now because your Answer isnt true ??
Tuesday at 20:56 · Like · 1

Sheren Alnagar Barakat اوك قلي الصح ايه ؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟
Tuesday at 20:58 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin No ,,, Im stingy in information ,, we will wait together
Tuesday at 21:00 · Like

Semsma Shahrazad شكرا على المعلومه اللى انا مش عارفاها ولسه معرفتهاش خلينا ننتظرwait together
Tuesday at 21:03 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat genetics

Tissue plasminogen activator is a protein encoded by the PLAT gene, which is located on chromosome 8. The primary transcript produced by this gene undergoes alternative splicing, producing three distinct messenger RNAs.
Tuesday at 21:07 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat Clinical applications

tPA is used in diseases that feature blood clots, such as pulmonary embolism, myocardial infarction, and stroke, in a medical treatment called thrombolysis. To be most effective in ischemic stroke, tPA must be administered as early as possible after the onset of symptoms. Protocol guidelines require its use intravenously within the first three hours of the event, after which its detriments may outweigh its benefits. They can either be administered systemically, in the case of acute myocardial infarction, acute ischemic stroke, and most cases of acute massive pulmonary embolism, or administered through an arterial catheter directly to the site of occlusion in the case of peripheral arterial thrombi and thrombi in the proximal deep veins of the leg.[1] The guideline in Ontario, Canada hospitals for ischemic strokes is that tPA must be given within 4.5 hours of the onset of symptoms.[citation needed] Because of this, only about 3% of patients qualify for this treatment, since most patients do not seek medical assistance quickly enough.[citation needed] In the United States, the window of administration used to be 3 hours from onset of symptoms, but the newer guidelines also recommend use up to 4.5 hours after symptom onset.[2] tPA appears to show benefit not only for large artery occlusions but also for lacunar strokes. Since tPA dissolves blood clots, there is risk of hemorrhage with its use.

tPA has also been given to patients with acute ischemic stroke above age 90 years old. Although a small fraction of patients 90 years and above treated with tPA for acute ischemic stroke recover, most patients have a poor 30-day functional outcome or die.[3] Nonagenarians may do as well as octogenarians following treatment with IV-tPA for acute ischemic stroke.[4] In addition, people with frostbite treated with tPA had fewer amputations than those not treated with tPA.[5] In tPA overdose, aminocaproic acid works as an antidote.
Tuesday at 21:08 · Like

Sheren Alnagar Barakat اللي عنده تعليق او اي معلومه غلط يعرفها للمجموعه بس بذوق
Tuesday at 21:09 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin برضــــه !! هى الطريقة مش باينه انى بهزر عشان بكتب بالانجليزى !!
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عموما الـ TPA مش هو اللى حضرتك جاوبتيه .. واكيد هجاوب بس مدة المسابقة 3 أيام بستنى الناس كلها تشارك واللى يفضل انا بجاوبه بنفسى .
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يمكن اللهجه بالانجليزى مش واضحة فيها نكهة الهزار .. .
Tuesday at 21:20 · Edited · Like · 2

Sheren Alnagar Barakat قال تعالى:{ولو كنت فظا غليظ القلب لانفضوا من حولك}…………………..؟؟
Tuesday at 21:17 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin صدق الله العظيم :: بس أنا مش كدا خالص !!!.
Tuesday at 21:18 · Like

Semsma Shahrazad مزعله نفسك ليه د.شيرين ووضح يا د.امين بعد ازنك انك بتهزر عشان اللبس فى المعلومه ده لانه مش باين هزار ولا عربى ولا انجليزى
Tuesday at 21:20 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin وربنا هزهق !! حتى انتى ياسمسه !!
لبس ايه ؟؟ واذا كان على المعلومة اللى هتزعل منى الناس بلا سبب اهى :
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TPA= Tissue Polypeptide Antigen
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ويالا بقا هاتولنا معلومات عنه اذا بتريدو ..
Tuesday at 21:23 · Unlike · 3

Semsma Shahrazad ههههههههههههههه يا دكتور احنا بنشم على دهر ايدينا هنعرف ازاى انك بتهزر بعدين انا معرفش اى حاجه من الاختصارات دى عايزه اعرفها عربى كل ما اشوف اجابة حد تقوله لسه لسه ينفع يعنى
Tuesday at 21:26 · Like

Semsma Shahrazad USCN

90163

Tissue polypeptide antigen (TPA) is a circulating complex of polypeptide fragments from cytokeratins 8, 18 and 19. It is a tumour-related protein. TPA is an indicator of higher cell proliferation. One function of TP53 is the suppression of apoptosis. TP53 mutations are frequently correlated with tumour development in bladder cancer. One function of TP53 is the suppression of apoptosis. TPA is an indicator of higher cell proliferation.A series of tumor markers were found to be within normal limits except TPA, which was elevated three times above the upper normal limit. The presence of another primary tumor was excluded by history taking, physical examination, blood tests, and various radiological and nuclear imaging. Following two courses of chemotherapy, the patients skin condition improved, and her serum TPA level returned to normal. These findings suggest that serum TPA may prove to be clinically significant in a subset of patients with mycosis fungoides
Tuesday at 21:27 · Like · 1

Amin Gamal Amin لا مينفعش صحيح !! المفروض انا انزل المسابقة من دول وف نفس ذات اللحظه انزل الاجابه ونتسابق بقا فى اللايكات !! مش انتو عاوزين كدا ؟؟ طاب ويبقا فين الحكمة من المسابقة اصلا ؟؟

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والا هبقا : ” فظا غليظ القلب ” ..
وقليل الذوق كمااااااان ..

احنــــــا آسفين ياجروب
Tuesday at 21:31 · Edited · Like · 2

Semsma Shahrazad مين قال قليل الذوق المهم ايه راى حضرتك فى اجابةTissue polypeptide antigen
Tuesday at 21:32 · Like

Noura Darwish
Tuesday at 21:32 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin مع انكو فصلتونى ونرفزتونى لكن :
thanQ Semsma Shahrazad your information is True
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Tuesday at 21:39 · Like · 1

Semsma Shahrazad الشكر لجوجل يا د انا اول مره اعرف الحاجات دى احنا اللى بنشكر حضرتك فعلا
Tuesday at 21:45 · Like

Raed Bakri متزعلش نفسك يا نينـــو
انت عارف ان ارضاء الناس جميعا غاية لا تدرك
وادى اجابة النقطة الاخيرة

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Tuesday at 22:36 · Like · 3

Ghada Alhuwaiti المسابقه السؤال وبعضها الاجابه علطووول عشان الوقت وانجز واقلب ميش فاضيين ههههههههههه بهزر طبعا
Tuesday at 23:10 · Like

Amin Gamal Amin thanks my friend Raed Bakri your Ans. is eXceLenT ..
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Ghada Alhuwaiti Ok i ll try ,, i promise .
Tuesday at 23:25 · Edited · Like · 1

Ghada Alhuwaiti علي فكر د\ الهواري انا كنت بمزح ميش اكتر المسابقه جميله طبعا وبتدي باب مفتوح للبحث والمناقشه
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