Lab Value Interpertation

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13 lectures 10:47:29 hours 0 Downloadable resources Full lifetime access Certificate of Completion In Arabic & English Created at: 2021-11-16 09:53:26 Updated at: 2022-12-04 03:40:59
USD 60

This course includes :

10:47:29 hours On-demand videos 0 Downloadable resources Full lifetime access Certificate of Completion In Arabic & English Created at: 2021-11-16 09:53:26 Updated at: 2022-12-04 03:40:59

You Will Learn

1-Describe the physiology of blood cell development and bone marrow function

2-Discuss the interpretation and alterations of hemoglobin, hematocrit, and various red blood cell indices in the evaluation of macrocytic, microcytic, and normochromic/normocytic anemias

3-Name the different types of leukocytes and describe their primary functions

4-Interpret alterations in the white blood cell count, differential, and CD4 lymphocyte count in acute bacterial infections, parasitic infections, and human immunodeficiency virus infection

5- Identify potential causes of

neutrophilia Renal Chemistry

6- Describe clinical situations where blood urea nitrogen and serum creatinine are elevated

7- Describe the evolving role of cystatin C in estimating glomerular filtration rate

8- Understand the classification of chronic kidney disease, glomerular filtration rate categories, and albuminuria as predictors of disease Urinalysis

9-Discuss the various components assessed by macroscopic, microscopic, and chemical analysis of the urine

10- Describe the role of commonly obtained urinary electrolytes and the fractional excretion of sodium in the diagnostic process ELECTROLYTES, OTHER MINERALS, AND TRACE ELEMENT

11-Describe the homeostatic mechanisms involved in sodium and water balance, hyponatremia, and hypernatremia

12- Describe the physiology of intracellular and extracellular potassium regulation as well as the signs and symptoms of hypokalemia and hyperkalemia

13- List common causes of serum chloride abnormalities 

14-List common conditions resulting in serum magnesium abnormalities and describe signs and symptoms of hypomagnesemia and hypermagnesemia

15-Interpret the results of laboratory tests used to assess sodium, potassium, chloride, magnesium, HEMATOLOGY: BLOOD COAGULATION TESTS

16-List the laboratory tests used to assess platelets and discuss factors that may influence their results

17- List the laboratory tests used to assess coagulation and explain their use in evaluating anticoagulant therapy.

Description


Detailed lab values

Accreditations


Upon completion of the “Lab Value Interpertation" course and successfully passing the exam, you will get a certificate approved by the Arab Pharmacists Federation.


Lab Value Interpertation

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Lec 1 CBC1
Lec 2 CBC2
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01:00:00

Lec 3 CBC3
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27:46

Lec 4 CBC4-Discussion
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41:38

Lec 5 Coagulation1
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01:00:00

Lec 6 Coagulation2
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42:30

Lec 7 Electrolytes
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33:02

Lec 8 Kidney1.
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45:00

Lec 9 Kidney2
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45:00

Lec 10 Kidney3
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27:34

Lec 11 Liver
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01:23:22

Lec 12 Renal 4.
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01:08:10

Lec 13 Sod
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01:06:37

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