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Examines the anatomy and physiology of the hematopoietic and hemostasis systems, hematology and hemostasis case studies, anemia categories, and thrombocyte, hemostatic, and malignant and nonmalignant leukocyte disorders. Emphasis on interpreting, evaluating, and reporting hematology and hemostasis results, anticoagulant therapy, morphology, peripheral smear correlation with analyzer results and patient condition, erythrocyte indices, collection techniques, specimen handling, calibration, and quality control. Methods of analysis on hematology and hemostasis analyzers, and preventive maintenance. Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MDL240, acceptance into the Medical Laboratory Science program, and permission of the Program Director.
Phoenix College HE205
|Hybrid||02/16/2016- 04/08/2016||F||10:00AM- 4:00PM||
15 of 40 Seats Available
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