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Physiological measurement:

Physiological Measurement can be  classified as In Vivo  and In Vitro. In -Vivo includes measurements of those which are performed  directly within or on  living organisms themselves; such as blood flow determination through radiography, IVP,  Cholecystography. An  In Vitro measurement by  contrast  is performed  outside the  organism's body, such as blood glucose, blood urea,  serum Na+,  K+.  

Physiological measurements can also be  classified as listed below: 

  • Physical measurement  -  Temperature, Volume, Pressure, Electricameasures.  
  • Chemical measurements -  hormone  levels,  sugar, urea,  Hb%, potassium level, etc. 
  • Microbiological measurement  --  bacterial  connts and  identification. 
  • Anatomical and Cytological measurements  -  X-rays, tissue biopsies, tomography, CAT  Scan, etc.  
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