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MLS 423 - Clinical Immunohematology II


(2 hours) Prerequisite: Coordinator Approval. This course expands on the theory, practical application, and evaluation of immunohematology procedures presented in MLS 422 Clinical Immunohematology I and MLS 442 Clinical Immunohematology Laboratory Practicum I. There is an emphasis on the application of immunohematology procedures used for the resolution of complex immunohematology problems. Proper selection of immunohematology procedures that assist in the diagnosis and management of hemolytic conditions will be discussed. Concepts in patient blood management and the adverse effects of transfusion will be presented. Quality management as it applies to transfusion medicine will be addressed. 



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