doctor test

doctor test

[′däk·tər ‚test]
(chemical engineering)
A procedure using doctor solution (sodium plumbite) to detect sulfur compounds in light petroleum distillates which react with the sodium plumbite.
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Vanna's son Chin Sovannarith yesterday said that his father's friend was 'lucky' to survive, and he had a doctor test the roots in rice wine to confirm their poisonous content.
I didn't see a doctor at the time, but can a doctor test to see if I actually had a TIA or if I'm going to have a full stroke?
Have your doctor test your levels and consider supplementing with 1,000 to 5,000 IU depending on your results.
In the case of dabigatran and rivaroxaban, it is vital that your doctor test your kidney function prior to prescribing either drug.
Doctor test for Queally Frankel'sjockey TomQueallywill have to pass the doctor before riding at Ascot today.
If you have unexplained intestinal symptoms, have your doctor test your blood for antibodies to the protein in gluten.
Even if you have already been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, there is still hope your eyes won't have to suffer, but it is absolutely essential that you have your doctor test your eyes for early warning signs at least once a year.
If your ovulation appears normal, you may want to have your doctor test you and your partner for other factors.
Have your doctor test every child's blood at 12 months of age and again at 24 months--or earlier or more often if there is evidence of exposure.
A manual exam where a doctor tests for lumps and abnormalities is recommended from the age of 20 up until 40.
Dr Pai shared: "In a study we published last year we found that an average TB patient has to wait for almost two months before a TB diagnosis is made and they have to see at least three different doctors before a doctor tests the person for TB, and then starts the anti-TB therapy.
There, a specialized doctor tests his sons' blood to see how much needs to be transfused, if any.