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Parkview School of MLS: Coagulation

Course Description

Lecture, reading, and laboratory rotation will cover the theory and principles of the blood coagulation/fibrinolytic systems, the function of each coagulation factor, the description of diseases and conditions producing abnormal results, and the correlation of test results to abnormal conditions/diseases.  The theory and performance of coagulation tests, quality control, computer applications, basic trouble shooting, and safety are also included.  The coagulation laboratory experience occurs during the clinical chemistry rotation.

1 semester hour

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Carl Swithers

Carl Swithers

Director of Laboratory

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