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Last approved: Tue, 28 Apr 2015 08:33:24 GMT

Last edit: Sat, 14 Mar 2015 17:22:55 GMT

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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Leadership (CL)
MLS
0190
Blood Banking Exam Review
Blood Banking Exam Review
Summer 2015
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Course Type
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Pass/No Pass (Fail)

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Review of professional knowledge in all areas of blood banking.
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:

Apply the principles of basic genetics to human blood group systems
Calculate population genetics problems utilizing the Hardy-Weinberg formula
Describe the role of molecular biology in transfusion medicine
Correlate the principles of Immunology to the Blood Bank laboratory
Analyze the effects of antigen-antibody interaction in Blood Bank serology
Examine transfusion issues with HLA, platelet and granulocyte antigens, and antibodies
Correlate the principles of Hematology and Coagulation to the Blood Bank laboratory
Diagram the biochemical properties, correlate the genetic principles, examine the antigenic characteristics, and resolve the serologic issues of the ABO, H, Lewis, I, P and Lutheran blood group systems
Diagram the biochemical properties, correlate the genetic principles, examine the antigenic characteristics, and resolve the serologic issues of the MNS and Miscellaneous blood group systems and polyagglutination
Diagram the biochemical properties, correlate the genetic principles, examine the antigenic characteristics, and resolve the serologic issues of the Rh, Duffy, Kidd and Kell blood group systems
Propose creative recruitment techniques for whole blood and apheresis donors
Evaluate donor qualifications for blood product donations
Assemble a quality autologous donor program
Examine component preparation, storage, and labeling issues
Evaluate indications and contraindications for the transfusion of all blood products
Appraise blood product administration policies and procedures
Categorize infectious and non-infectious adverse effects of transfusion
Assess clinical and serologic characteristics of immune hemolytic anemias and of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn
Evaluate special properties of pediatric blood transfusions
Relate the role of the Blood Bank to cellular, tissue, and solid organ transplantation.
Assess the roles and skills needed to be a Blood Bank manager
Design an effective system for utilizing Blood Bank quality assurance and GMP
Apply techniques that lead to quality personnel and resource management
Apply test taking techniques to the ASCP SBB certification exam
Differentiate exam question taxonomy levels
Utilize strategies for obtaining the correct answer to an exam question
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This course should have been included as part of the mass subject designation change approved in November 2013. Subject name changed from "Clinical" to "Medical" Lab. Sciences (CLS --> MLS). Default grading method should be audit.
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