Answer: Serum calcium levels may be used to test for abnormalities in thekidneys. Low calcium levels can be an indication of a kidneydisease. Likewise, thyroid and parathyroid diseases also arepossible when there is an abnormal serum calcium level.
Answer: The Eosine Methylene Blue test is selective for only gram-negative bacteria. It is possible for gram-positive bacteria to grow, but it would barely grow. Staphylococcus are gram-positive spherical bacteria. So it would not grow on the Eosine methylene Blue Agar.
Answer: The normal range for serum creatnine is 0.8 to 1.4 mg per deciliter. Is it possible that the reading is actually 1.20 rather than 120? There are many causes of elevated creatnine, including hypertension, pregnancy or dehydration.
Answer: cancerous or benign masses or lesions. Abnormal findings include tumors or cysts, infections (such as pelvic inflammatory disease), cirrhosis, endometriosis, fibroid tumors, or an accumulation of fluid
Answer: A reading of 140 does indicate a relatively high blood sugar level, or diabetes. The second part of your question, after doing some quick research, I find that dexabion is given in cases of anemia to raise B12 levels. There is no evidence I know of at this time to suggest that such an injection would raise blood sugar levels. Besides, something given 10 hrs. before the blood sugar test would be unlikely to affect the reading anyway.