Applied Immunohematology I
|Primary Instructor: Walker||Credit Hours: 2|
The student will be given the opportunity to demonstrate: 1) use of special techniques to resolve complex serological problems in transfusion medicine; 2) understanding of importance of pre-transfusion testing strategies and processes; 3) use of automated testing process in the blood center and transfusion service lab; 4) procurement of rare blood products for special patient situations through the American Rare Donor Program; 7) principles of intraoperative blood salvage in select patient populations.
|Prerequisite: Admission into Specialty in Blood Banking certificate or Masters program.|
|Lab Fee: $0.00|
|Lecture Hours: 30|
|Syllabus: Not currently available.|
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