faculty

David Cabral

Assistant Teaching Professor

Medical Laboratory Science

508-910-6989

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Dion 324E

Teaching

Courses

Introduction to the pathophysiology of anemias, leukocyte dyscrasias and disorders. Topics may include bone marrow activity, cell energetics, testing protocols and examples of various modalities of therapy. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Introduction to the morphology and biochemical testing of cells involved in anemias, leukocyte dyscrasias and other disorders. Topics may include bone marrow morphology, peripheral blood morphology and cytochemical testing protocols. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Introduction to the morphology and biochemical testing of cells involved in anemias, leukocyte dyscrasias and other disorders. Topics may include bone marrow morphology, peripheral blood morphology and cytochemical testing protocols. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Introduction to the morphology and biochemical testing of cells involved in anemias, leukocyte dyscrasias and other disorders. Topics may include bone marrow morphology, peripheral blood morphology and cytochemical testing protocols. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Application of phlebotomy practice, theory, and techniques shall be covered. The applied principles of urinalysis including, clinical evaluation of the formed elements, physical and chemical constituents of kidney filtrate, quality control, laboratory safety, and clinical correlation shall also be covered.

Subjects include the analysis and clinical correlation of quantitative and qualitative variations in blood. Blood cell and other formed element morphology, the dynamics of coagulation, processing and evaluation of human bone marrow, quality control and laboratory safety will be studied. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Continuation of MLS 431.

Continuation of MLS 431.