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Immunohematology Laboratory
Immunohematology Laboratory
Fall 2015
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Performance of routine blood banking procedures, including blood group and Rh typing, antibody screens, antibody identification, cross matching, and elution and absorption techniques.
Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to: 1 Apply the basic concepts and procedures of Immunohematology to determine the RBC antigens of the major blood group systems. 2 Determine the identity and clinical significance of unexpected antibodies via their characteristics. 3 Correlate in vitro behavior of RBC antigens and antibodies with the pathological states they may produce clinically. 4 Apply donor information from screen and interview to determine the safety of the donation for both donor and recipient. 5 Describe proper technique for donor interview, preparation for collection of units, post-phlebotomy care and preparation of blood components from whole blood donations. 6 Categorize blood components according to preparation, quality control, and therapeutic use.
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This is a hands-on lab course that will be taught along with the MLS 4150 Immunohematology didactic online course within the blended MLS program.
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