Acetaminophen vs. ibuprofen (infographic)
Which pain medication should you use, and when? Follow our guide to decide if acetaminophen (found in Tylenol, Triaminic and Excedrin) or ibuprofen (found in Advil, Motrin and Midol) is best for you.
Order of Draw Poster
This full-color poster, laminated for protection and longevity, depicts the order in which blood collection tubes must be filled to prevent additive carryover from altering test results.
How Did Diseases Get Their Names? #Infographic
There are so many diseases around the world and while many of them may have Latin names or may be named after the person who discovered the disease, they can be named after many other things and for many different reasons. For example, it is commonly known that Parkinson’s Disease was named after James Parkinson who first worked on this illness, despite the fact that he originally labelled the disease as ‘paralysis agitans’.
Well, this is 1/4 of my life... never thought I'd see it on Pinterest! :-) I don't count blood cells, but spend a fair amount of time counting other kinds of cells. When I am old and am mentally out in the Twilight Zone, just show me this, and it will bring me back to hard reality. ;-)
Origin and differentiation of immune system cells The human immunological system comprises several organs including the spleen, thymus, lymph nodes and bone marrow, each contributing to the development of immune cells. Shown above is a nice overview of these immune cells in terms of the stem cell origin and subsequent differentiation.
Blood Typing and Transfusions. ABO Blood Groups
Blood Typing and Transfusions. ABO Blood Groups. Types of Blood. Blood Transfusions. What Is the Importance of Blood Type for a Blood Transfusion? Rh Blood Groups. Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
Medical Laboratory and Biomedical Science
Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine. Clinical laboratory and biomedical science related news, abstracts and images for medical laboratory professionals, students and other laboratory geeks.