BSc in Medical Technology (Laboratory Medicine) Part-I by Monir Ahmed

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BSc (Lab medicine), 1st batch, IHT, Dhaka. com iv. Post coital pill - once a month pill (long acting pill) v. Male pill b. Depot (slow releasing) preparations i. Injectables - Depot provera ii. Subcutaneous implant - Norplant iii. Vaginal rings c. g. progestasert. 4. Post conceptional methods a. Menstrual regulation (MR) b. Menstrual induction (MI) 5. Miscellaneous a. Abstinence b. Coitus interruptus c. Safe period (rhythmic method) d. Natural family planning methods i. Basal body temperature method (BBT) ii.

Iv. a. Bile salts b. Bile pigment 3. Stool: a. Stercobilinogen b. Bilirubin Enzymatic functions 1. SGPT (Serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase)/ALT (Alanine aminotransferase) 2. SGOT (Serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase)/AST (Asparate aminotransferase) 3. LDH (Lactic dehydrogenase) 4. Alkaline phosphatase 5. ╬│ glutaryl transferase. 6. Serum isocitrate dehydrogenase. Synthetic activity1. Serum albumin 2. Serum albumin globulin ratio 3. Prothrombin time 4. Clotting time and APTT (activated partial thromboplastin time) Metabolic activities1.

Most common side effectsBleeding irregularities, including missed periods (amenorrhoea), scanty bleeding or breakthrough bleeding. Weight gain. Skin changes, acne and chloasma. Breast tenderness or fullness. Benign liver tumours (adenomas) Depression or mood changes. 2. More serious but less common side effectsHypertension Stroke Thrombotic diseases Gall stones May develop cervical cancer with increase duration of use. 3. Temporary side effectsNausea and vomiting Migraine Loss of libido (due to dryness of vagina and emotional changes) Candida vulvitis and vaginitis.

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