Practicum in clinical chemistry based in healthcare facilities or reference laboratories. Performance of clinical skills in 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, genetic diseases and inborn errors of metabolism, and trace elements. Application of quality assurance, quality control, mathematics and statistical analysis, specimen collection, and preanalytical processes. Performance of immunoassays, nucleic acid probes, viral and tumor markers, automation of analytical techniques, spectrophotometry, and point-of-care testing. Use of reagents, equipment, supplies, and units of measure. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Medical Laboratory Science program or permission of Program Director.
|11963||Spring 2015||Phoenix: Off Site
|In Person||01/02/2015- 05/06/2015||N/A||N/A||
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|In Person||02/09/2015- 03/27/2015||N/A||N/A||
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