Parkview School of MLS: Coagulation
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
MLS Lori Mutz reviews patient results from the Iris automated urine analyzer
Learn how to perform accurate testing on urine samples via automated instrumentation, manual tests, and microscopic analysis