i. Se.

English translation: in serum

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German term or phrase:i. Se.
English translation:in serum
Entered by: Susanna MacKenzie

02:41 Sep 15, 2011
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Lab test results
German term or phrase: i. Se.
I have an entire series of "i.Se" - any help?
Kalium i.Se
Harnstoff i. Se:XX mg/dl
Creatinin i.Se: XX mg/dl
Troponin Ths XX: 165 ng/l
GOT (AST) i.Se: U/l
GPT (ALT) i.Se: U/l
gamma-GT i.S.: U/1
LDH i.Se: 243 U/l
Lipase i.Se: 81 U/l
CRP i.Se.: 65.4 mg/l

BTW - are all these measuring units the same in English?

thank you
Susanna MacKenzie
Local time: 21:45
in serum
Explanation:
in English we would put serum first
e.g. serum creatinine, not creatinine in serum
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Merry Foxworth
United States
Local time: 21:45
Grading comment
Thank you - when under stress, even simple terms can appear complicated ... true, I should have found that one myself :)
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4 +7in serum
Merry Foxworth


  

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in serum


Explanation:
in English we would put serum first
e.g. serum creatinine, not creatinine in serum

Merry Foxworth
United States
Local time: 21:45
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Grading comment
Thank you - when under stress, even simple terms can appear complicated ... true, I should have found that one myself :)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Attila Szabo: Or, im Serum in German.
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agree  BrigitteHilgner
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agree  Harald Moelzer (medical-translator)
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agree  SJLD: oh dear ;-)
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agree  Gudrun Maydorn
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agree  lirka: I had the exact same reaction, even before seeing SJLD's entry...
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agree  Sabine Akabayov, PhD
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