Interpreting biochemistry: case study
A 65 year old woman with abnormal biochemistry is referred for dietary advice.
A 65 year old woman with abnormal biochemistry is referred for dietary advice. She has a history of type 2 diabetes and hypertension. Using her biochemistry results Anthony steps us through what questions to ask, what we should take notice of and how this relates to our dietary advice. A review twelve months later presents a different biochemical picture.
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About the Presenter
Anthony Meade is an Accredited Practicing dietitian with over 15 years working in the area of renal nutrition. He is Principal Renal Dietitian at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, adjunct lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University and the University of South Australia, and Convenor of the Renal Nutrition Program, a post-graduate course in renal nutrition for dietitians.
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