Clinical Chemistry I
|Primary Instructor: Esani||Credit Hours: 4|
The student will be given the opportunity to demonstrate: 1) an understanding of the interrelationship of human metabolic functions in both normal and disease states; 2) the correlation through graduate level case studies containing chemistry laboratory test results with the patient’s signs and symptoms; 3) explain the principles of analytical procedures and pertinent instrumentation involved in basic laboratory procedures; and 4) utilize quality control techniques in evaluating laboratory data.
|Prerequisite: Matriculation in PA Program or consent of instructor.|
|Note: For non-CLS majors only.|
|Lab Fee: No Lab|
|Lecture Hours: 60|
|Syllabus: Available here.|
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