Mary Louise Turgeon, EdD, MLS(ASCP)
Expiration Date: 12/31/2020
Section B meets the 1-hour Florida specialty requirements in administration/supervision, clinical chemistry, hematology, and molecular pathology.
Section C meets the 1-hour Florida specialty requirements in clinical chemistry, microbiology, serology/immunology, and immunohematology and blood bank/donor processing.
The 7th edition of Clinical Laboratory Science: The Basics and Routine Techniques is designed to fulfill the needs of medical laboratory personnel for a comprehensive entry level textbook. It describes basic concepts in laboratory medicine, outlines underlying theories of routine laboratory procedures performed in clinical laboratories of varying sizes and geographical locations, and presents case studies.
This course is divides into three sections, each worth 12 contact hours. The level is basic
Part One: Basic Laboratory Techniques
Section A quiz (Chapters 1-10): Fundamentals of the Clinical Laboratory; Safety; Quality Assessment and Quality Control; Phlebotomy; The Microscope; Systems of Measurement, Laboratory Equipment, and Reagents; Laboratory Mathematics and Solution Preparation; Basic and Contemporary Techniques in the Clinical Laboratory; Delivery of Laboratory Testing; Introduction to Clinical Chemistry.
PART II: CLINICAL LABORATORY SPECIALIZATIONS
Section B quiz (Chapters 11-13): Principles and Practice of Clinical Hematology; Hemostasis and blood coagulation; Renal Physiology and Urinalysis.
Section C quiz (Chapters 14-17): Examination of Body Fluids and Miscellaneous Specimens; Introduction to Microbiology; Immunology and Serology; Immunohematology and transfusion medicine