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Bible DictionaryHepatitis Central (TM) Liver Disease Medical Glossary
Fat, Fecal
 
A measurement of temperature commonly used in the U.S.A. See Fahrenheit
Bible DictionaryDictionary of Medicine
The symbol for the coefficient of inbreeding, a way of gauging how close two people are genetically to one another. For more, see: Coefficient of inbreeding.
Bible DictionaryLabtests Abbreviations
fluorine
Bible DictionaryLabtests Explained
You can also search the list of clinicaltests alphabetically from A toZ byjust typing alphabets i.e. a,b,c….z.**********************Non-esterified fatty acids: Male 0.19-0.78 mmol.LFemale 0.06-0.9 mmol/LFerritinFemale 6-110 micro gram/LMale 20-260 micro gram/Lpost menopausal 12-230 micro gram/LFibrin Degradation Products<10 mg/LFibrinogen 2-4 g/LFollicle stimulating hormoneAdult Male: 1-7 U/LAdult Female:Follicular 2.5-10 (U/L)Mid-cycle 25-70 (U/L) Luteal 0.3-21(U/L)Post-menopausal >30 (U/L)Fructosamine up to 285 micro mol/L
Bible DictionaryPharmacology Glossary
The fraction of a dose which is absorbed and enters the systemic circulation following administration of a drug by any route other than the intravenous route; the availability of drug to tissues of the body, generally. When the total clearance and the dose of drug administered are known, F can be determined from the relationship: (AUC x ClT)/D = F. When identical doses of a drug have beengiven by the intravenous and by some other route (x), and the AUCs have been determined, the availability of the drug after administration by route X can be determined: F=AUCx/AUCiv. The amount of free drug recovered in the urine (AU) after administration of identical doses given intravenously and by route X can also be used to determine availability: F=AU,x/AU,ivCf. BioavailabilityFirst Pass EffectAUC
 
The fraction of C0 remaining at some specified time after drug administration; more generally, the fraction of C, or AB, remaining after some specified time interval. For first-order, single compartment systems (i.e. those yielding a single straight line when log C is plotted against t), f can be determined from the relationship: log C = log C0 - b t. When t is the time after drug administration, orthe interval between two administrations, and t1/2 is the elimination half-life of the drug, f is 0.5 raised to a power which is the ratio of the time interval to the elimination half-life, i.e., 0.5t/t1/2.Cf. Half-LifeCmax (Cmax), Css (Css), Multiple Dose RegimensInfusion Kinetics,CompartmentFirst-Order Kinetics

 

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