Didactics and critical analysis of bacteriology, mycology, virology and Parasitology. Specimen collection techniques and methods of processing specimens for each group of organisms will be included.
This is a study of the major blood groups of humans including the red cell antigen systems, alloantibodies, and non-immune stimulated antibodies. A large part of this course is via computer-assisted instruction. In addition, this course includes the performance of various laboratory procedures utilized in the analysis of each of these fluids.
Methods for identification including biochemical reactions of significant pathogens and their role in infectious disease will be stressed. Students will perform immunologic procedures commonly used in the diagnosis of infectious and autoimmune diseases.
Finally, disorders of impaired immune function and infectious diseases will be discussed including autoimmunity, hypersensitivity, transplantation and tumor immunology, immunodeficiency, syphilis, infectious mononucleosis, etc. This is an advanced clinical lecture course emphasizing abnormalities in liver, cardiac, renal, and endocrine systems and their effect on chemical blood constituents.
This is a laboratory course emphasizing basic bloodbanking techniques including blood typing, identification of alloantibodies, and resolution of typing discrepancies. Topics to be discussed include responsibilities of the health care practitioner, life and death decisions, patient confidentiality, substance abuse, whistle blowing, and informed consent.
Blood cultures were negative but culture of synovial fluid grew C. Under the supervision and direction of a clinical instructor in the hospital setting, the student is introduced to the functional roles of the clinical microbiology laboratory.
All students are expected to complete at least one practicum at an affiliate located outside of San Antonio.
A clinical approach to the study of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. VDRL, ASO, febrile, latex, pregnancy, and viral tests; flocculation, precipitation, complement fixation, and titration procedures for various diseases. The formation and function of cerebrospinal fluid and amniotic fluid will be discussed.
This is a Web-based course. Clinical practice and critical analysis of blood banking, Immunohematology, and Transfusion Medicine. Detailed information about program costs can be found on the Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences website.
Once clinically stable, the patient was discharged to a subacute rehabilitation facility and continued on ertapenem with amoxicillin for an expected duration of six weeks with the plan to switch to amoxicillin-clavulanate and ciprofloxacin for suppressive therapy.
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Urinalysis Cases and Images, developed by medical lab science juniors in honors urinalysis course. Case study set #1: The photomicrographs used in these cases are the handiwork of Vickie Silcott from the Medical Technology baccalaureate program, University of Delaware, Class of Restricted IgG-Kappa and Free Alpha-Heavy-Chain Bands in an Asymptomatic Year-Old Man.
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