BASIC LABORATORY TECHNIQUES
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Med 46 - Technical Sciences of Laboratory Medicine - Teacher Alessandra Signoretti (1 CFU): Basic Techniques Introduction to Laboratories, Analytical Process, Urine Examination, Deontological, Regulatory and Professional aspects of the Biomedical Laboratory Technician. The technological evolution in Laboratory Medicine; Professional Development of the Laboratory Technician; Health and business law; Minimum Structural and Organizational Requirements of a Laboratory; The analytical process in the Laboratory; Physical examination of urine.
Med 46 - Technical Sciences of Laboratory Medicine (1 CFU) Lecturer: Sonia Schiavo: Basic Techniques Donation Bag Management Techniques Organization of the Transfusion Service and the Blood Bank; Processing and production of I and II hemoconductors; Quality control of the hemoconponents; Biological validation.
Med 46 - Technical Sciences of Laboratory Medicine (1 CFU) Lecturer: Eleonora Carlini: Pathophysiology of the blood. Physiology and of the blood of the Med Blood Laboratories - Basic Techniques Course of Hematology - Laboratory Approach to Hematic Investigations. Hemocromocytometric examination (direct manual counts in camera and Instrumentation Automated ADVIA / COULTER), hemocromocytometric parameters and critical evaluation; Peripheral blood streak execution and M.G.G coloration evaluation of cell populations). Malaria test. VES dosage. Hemoglobin functions: HB A function and major hemoglobinopathies (Dosage: HPLC method and capillary electrophoresis), track evaluation. Examination of osmotic fragility (RGO) and G6PD dosage. Physical examination of LCR and room counting for cellular elements. Cavity Liquid Examination (Exhale, Essudate and Main Parameter Dose Examined). Full stool examination (coprochemical examination, parasite research and occult blood testing).
Med 46 - Technical Sciences of Laboratory Medicine - (1 CFU) Lecturer: Cristina Cusato: Basic Techniques for the Management of an Urgency / Emergency Department The Emergency Laboratory; Description of an emergency laboratory; Urgent tests and their importance; Response Times; Work organization; Coagulation basis test: description of analytical methods, coagulometers; Chain of custody: legal aspects, alcohol test description and principles of the method, toxicological test description and principles of the method. Immunosuppressants Drugs and Drugs: Description of test methods and principles of the method of analysis, clinical relevance, and drug use. Emogasanalysis: description test, principles of analytical method, basic acid balance principles, Poct (point of car)
The program has been explained in the heading "EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (DETAIL)
Material provided by the teachers. Handouts of the entire course will be provided to all students on Aulaweb plattform.
Ricevimento: On appointment DISC pathological university anatomy second floor traineeship coordinator's office firstname.lastname@example.org +390103537807
Ricevimento: By schedule or upon request Found at the U.O. of the SIT located at MOn.P.T. East-side email@example.com Sonia.firstname.lastname@example.org Mobiles:3335228164
SONIA SCHIAVO (President)
first year second semester
Students must demonstrate that they have acquired the basic knowledge of the laboratory techniques covered in the program