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Clinical Chemistry (MDL248) 6 Credits

Principles and procedures of clinical chemistry and testing for diseases of protein, nonprotein nitrogen compounds, lipid, glucose, bilirubin, liver disease, cardiac and endocrine function, toxicology, therapeutic drug monitoring, acid base balance, electrolytes, and trace elements. Emphasis on quality assurance, quality control, mathematics and statistical analysis, specimen collection, and preanalytical processes. Study of immunoassays, nucleic acid probes, viral and tumor markers, automation of analytical techniques, spectrophotometry, genetic diseases and inborn errors of metabolism, and point-of-care testing. Use of reagents, equipment, supplies, and units of measure. Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MDL246, acceptance into the Medical Laboratory Science program, and permission of the Program Director.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
18486 Fall 2016 Phoenix
Phoenix College HE205
Hybrid 10/17/2016- 12/09/2016 F 8:00AM- 10:00AM
  • S. McMillan
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    • Class Notes: Class 18486 meets at Phoenix College HE205 Fridays from Oct 21 to Dec 09, 2016 from 8:00AM - 10:00AM
      Class 18486 also meets at Phoenix College HE205 Fridays from Oct 21 to Dec 09, 2016 from 10:00AM - 4:00PM
      Hybrid class incorporating both online and classroom activities.
      Late Start Class
      Student must be accepted into Medical Laboratory Sciences program. Contact Health Care Advisor for enrollment information.
      Class 18486 costs include Clinical Lab Course Fee: $250

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