School of Health Professions Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Coagulation and Hematology II
Primary Instructor: Thierry
Credit Hours: 4
The student will be given the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to: 1) describe and/or perform advanced procedures and techniques, accurately interpreting the results and associated calculations; 2) select and perform appropriate methods to analyze the accuracy and validity of a given hematologic/coagulation procedure; 3) evaluate test results using quality assurance parameters, determine potential sources of error and select appropriate corrective actions; 4) recognize and correlate abnormal test results with specific hematologic/coagulation disorders; 5) based on preliminary findings, propose appropriate follow-up studies needed to assist in determining the appropriate diagnosis. This course builds on the knowledge of basic hematology and coagulation principles and procedures to achieve the advanced knowledge and skill base required for the practicing clinical laboratory scientist.
Prerequisite: CLLS 3417 Hematology / Coagulation I or equivalent courses