You need to monitor potassium levels because Lasix tends to deplete potassium.
if you mean what did she say, then she said , "Not with onion root."
It depends, like our lab gives results on people request like Mail, Post and rarely by FAX. We try to avoid giving results on phone because it is possibility that different people may ask the results. Some lab may have rigid verification system but still its not confidential and secure. Its always good to check policies of result declaration.
1 day before the lab investigation..i thinkk=]
Any number of things can cause that. -Get it lab tested before you drink it !Any number of things can cause that. -Get it lab tested before you drink it !
your dog may be getting too much water....try giving your dog less water throughout the day and see if it helps, if not you might want to have a vet check it out.
check their privates
When you have a generalized edema in the body it could probably caused by kidney problem where your kidney failed to eliminates the excessive fluid in your body. Your MD probably will perform a series of lab work to check the function of your kidney such as BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) and creatinine test, and gives Furosemide (Lasix), a diuretic drug, to pull the fluid out. One of the effects of Lasix, you'll experience increase urination (a good sign). Because Lasix will also pull out important electrolytes (such as potassium), you'll need potassium supplement to prevent a condition known as hypokalemia (low-potassium). When untreated, the fluid will try to find another area of your body to fill-in, and the next will be your lungs which can caused pulmonary edema, which then can caused heart failure.
So you can make sure you have everything for the next day which will be the day you do the lab (:
The reason why, is because so they can check what is wrong with them. Also to check for infections.
check out this link http://www.laboratoryequipmentworld.com/chemistry-lab-equipment.html it talks about a few types of apparatus and their uses.