Hepatitis B Case Study: Lab Interpretation for New Grad NPs

Hepatitis B lab interpretation can feel like a total mind-bender. The lab names alone are like an alphabet soup!

Overall, there’s a lot to say about Hepatitis B, but in this case study I’ll be walking you through a case study of elevated liver enzymes, and how you’d approach testing for Hepatitis B.

In this video you’ll learn:

  • Which labs to order
  • What they mean
  • The next steps depending on your results, and when to refer to GI

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