Marcela Coelho de Lemos is graduated in Biomedicine by the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) in 2017, and a member no.08598 of the Regional Council of Biomedicine of Pernambuco (CRBM-PE).
Marcela also has experience with Clinical Analyzes and Biosafety, Risk prevention and Infection Control in critical units.
You can find more about Marcela on Linkedin.
- Complete blood count (CBC) Test: How to interpret the results A complete blood count is a blood test that evaluates the cells that are a part of blood, such as leukocytes, known as white blood cells, red blood cells, also called erythrocytes, and...
- Anti HBs Test: What is it and how to interpret the results
- MCH Blood Test: What can high or low levels indicate
- ANA Test: what is it, purpose, how to interpret the result
- What is it and what can causes proteinuria
- What can high or low levels of RDW indicate in a blood test
- Urea test: high or low ranges
- How is tuberculosis tested and results
- What is an ALT Alanine Aminotransferase test and how to interpret the results
- CPK test: purpose and what high or low levels indicate
- Fasting Blood Glucose: Reference range and How to Prepare for the Test
- Urine Crystals: what can it indicate and the main types
- Leukogram: Learn how to interpret the test result
Mais de Marcela Lemos
- Fasting Blood Glucose: Reference range and How to Prepare for the Test Fasting blood glucose, is a blood test that measures the rate of glucose in your bloodstream and needs to be done after a fasting for 8 to 12 hours, or as directed by your doctor,... Updated in 12/11/2019
- ANA Test: what is it, purpose, how to interpret the result The ANA test is a type of test widely used to assist in the diagnosis of autoimmune diseases, especially systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Updated in 29/10/2019
- MCH Blood Test: What can high or low levels indicate Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (HCM) is one of the parameters of a blood test that measures hemoglobin size and color within the blood cell, which can also be called medium globular... Updated in 29/10/2019
- Anti HBs Test: What is it and how to interpret the results An anti-hbs test is required to check if you have immunity against the hepatitis B virus, whether acquired through vaccination or after contracting the disease and being cured. Updated in 15/10/2019
- Naegleria fowleri: What it is, main symptoms and how can you be infected Naegleria fowleri is a type of free-living amoeba that can be found in untreated warm waters such as rivers and community pools, for example, and can enter the body through the nose and... Updated in 18/09/2019
- Mites: What can they cause and how to eliminate them Mites are small animals, belonging to the class of arachnids, which can be found frequently at home, especially in mattresses, pillows and cushions, being considered one of the main... Updated in 17/09/2019
- CPK test: purpose and what high or low levels indicate Creatine phosphokinase, known by the acronym CPK, is an enzyme that acts mainly on muscle tissues, the brain and the heart, and its dosage is requested to investigate possible damage to... Updated in 21/08/2019
- Urea test: high or low ranges The urea test is one of the blood tests requested by a doctor with the aim to check the amount of urea in your blood to know if the kidneys and liver are working properly. Updated in 24/07/2019
- How is tuberculosis tested and results PPD is the standard screening test to identify the presence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and assist in the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Updated in 22/07/2019
- What are eosinophils and the causes for count changes Eosinophils are a type of blood cell that originate from the differentiation of a cell produced in the bone marrow, the myeloblast, and aims to defend the organism against the... Updated in 03/07/2019