Laboratory Combo-17 PART III (by 4CEUINC)

12 P.A.C.E. contact hour(s)
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This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.


FLORIDA LICENSEES: You must complete a Florida Laws & Rules course if you're completing any of our Combo Courses on ASCLS CE.


Laboratory Combo-17 PART III includes the following course titles:


  • Understanding Hemostasis & Basic Coagulation Testing (1.5 hrs Hematology)

  • Hyperkalemia (2 hrs Chemistry)

  • Personal Protective Equipment (1 hr Safety)

  • Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes (2 hrs Chemistry)

  • Introduction to Basic Immunology (2 hrs Serology)

  • Nocardiosis: Clinical and Pathological Aspects (2 hrs Microbiology)

  • Overview of Pediatric Hematology (1.5 hrs Hematology)




See more courses in: Clinical Chemistry / Urinalysis / Toxicology; Hematology; Immunology / Serology; Laboratory Safety; Microbiology

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Continuing Education Credits

P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification) (CEU Unlimited): 12 hour(s)
Course number 511-057-17, approved through 6/30/2019
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Clinical Chemistry/UA/Toxicology): 4 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - Supervision/Administration, Quality Control/Quality Assurance, and Safety: 1 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Serology/Immunology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology): 2 hour(s)
Course number 20-608349, approved through 6/30/2019

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Course Outline

  • DOWNLOAD COPY OF PDF FILE
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  • Front Section: Lab Combo-17 PART III
      • Cover Page
      • About 4CEUINC / General Instructions
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 1-5
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 6-9
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 10-15
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 16-22
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 23-29
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 30-37
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 38-44
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 45-52
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 53-60
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 61-66
      • Preview of Quiz Questions 67-72
      • Preview of Quiz Question 73
  • Understanding Hemostasis & Basic Coag Testing - Section 1
      • Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Author
      • Blank Page
      • Section 1 - Review of Hemostasis Physiology
      • Basic Definitions & Components
      • Primary Coagulation Explained
      • Knowledge Check 1
      • Knowledge Check 1 - Answer
      • Secondary Coagulation Explained
      • Secondary Coagulation Explained
      • Secondary Coagulation Explained
      • Knowledge Check 2
      • Knowledge Check 2 - Answer
      • Components of Coagulation Inhibition
      • Components of Coagulation Inhibition - Natural Inhibitors
      • Components of Coagulation Inhibition - Natural Inhibitors
      • Knowledge Check 3
      • Knowledge Check 3 - Answer
      • Fibrinolytic System
      • Fibrinolytic System
      • Section 2 - Lab Assessment of Coagulation Ability
      • Assessing Platelets
      • Assessing Coagulation Factors
      • Knowledge Check 4
      • Knowledge Check 4 - Answer
      • Knowledge Check 5
      • Knowledge Check 5 - Answer
      • Assessing Coagulation Factors
      • Use of PT & aPTT in Therapeutic Anticoagulant Monitoring
      • Use of PT & aPTT in Therapeutic Anticoagulant Monitoring
      • Evaluating the Fibrinolytic System
      • Section 3 - Review of Select Common Hemostatic Disorders
      • Select Platelet Conditions
      • Select Platelet Conditions
      • Select Coagulopathies
      • Select Coagulopathies
      • Select Coagulopathies
      • References
      • End Slide
  • Hyperkalemia - Section 2
      • Hyperkalemia - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Author
      • Blank Page
      • Background
      • Potassium Pathophysiology
      • Normal Potassium Values
      • Causes of Hyperkalemia
      • Causes of Hyperkalemia: Pseudohyperkalemia,
      • Causes of Hyperkalemia: Intracellular to Extracellular Shift, Decreased Excretion of Potassium
      • Causes of Hyperkalemia: Drug Induced
      • Table 3: Medications That Have The Potential TO Cause Hyperkalemia
      • Causes of Hyperkalemia: Increased Potassium Intake, Congenital Causes
      • Diagnosis
      • Management: Acute Hyperkalemia
      • Figure 3: Management Flow Chart
      • Table 6: Medications for the Treatment of Hyperkalemia
      • Management: Treatment for the Lowering of Body Potassium
      • Management: Treatment for Long-Term Hyperkalemia
      • References
  • Personal Protective Equipment - Section 3
      • PPE - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Author
      • Blank Page
      • Personal Protective Equipment
      • Gloves
      • Gloves
      • Gowns, Lab Coats, and Other Outerwear
      • Eye Protection
      • Eye Protection
      • Masks and Respirators
      • Table 5: Medical Respiratory Protection
  • Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes Section 4
      • Diabetes - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Author
      • Blank Page
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • What is Diabetes
      • Classifying Diabetes: Prediabetes, Type I Diabetes
      • Type I Diabetes: Symptoms, Risk Factors, Predicting Type I Diabetes
      • Type I Diabetes: Co-Morbidities, Management / Type II Diabetes
      • Type II Diabetes: Onset, Symptoms, Physical Signs
      • Type II Diabetes: Risk Factors, Co-Morbidities, Management
      • Gestational Diabetes: Who Can Get It, How It Affects The Pregnancy
      • Gestational Diabetes: Treatment / Genetics of Diabetes
      • Who Should Be Tested For Diabetes and Prediabetes
      • Body Mass Index / Diagnosing Diabetes
      • Hemoglobin A1C: How It Works, Standardized Testing
      • Hemoglobin A1C: Purpose, Results
      • Fasting Plasma Glucose / Random Plasma Glucose
      • Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
      • OGTT: Testing for Gestational Diabetes
      • Other Testing: Urine Glucose, Ketones
      • Other Testing: Microalbumin
      • Appendix
      • Appendix: Body Mass Index Table
      • Chart: Comparing Diabetes Blood Tests
  • Basic Immunology - Section 5
      • Basic Immunology - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Authors
      • Blank Page
      • Introduction
      • Organs of the Immune System: Bone Marrow, Thymus
      • Secondary Organs: Adenoids and Tonsils
      • Secondary Organs: Spleen, Lymph Nodes, Malt, Peyer's Patches
      • The Immune System: Innate Immunity
      • The Immune System: Innate Immunity
      • The Immune System: Innate Immunity
      • The Immune System: Adaptive Immunity - T Cells & Antigen Presenting Cells
      • The Immune System: Figure 5 Adaptive Immunity
      • The Immune System: Adaptive Immunity - B Cells
      • Antibody-Mediated vs. Cell-Mediated Immunity
      • Passive vs. Active Immunization / Immunopathology
      • Immunopathology: Hypersensitivity Reactions
      • Immunopathology: Autoimmunity, Immunodeficiency
      • Conclusion
      • References
  • Nocardiosis: Clinical and Pathological Aspects - Section 6
      • Nocardiosis - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Epidemiology
      • Microbiology
      • Microbiology
      • Microbiology
      • Pathogenesis, Clinical Features - Lung
      • Cutaneous Involvement
      • Cutaneous Involvement
      • Systemic Involvement
      • Nocardiosis and HIV
      • Treatment
      • Treatment
      • Conclusion / References
      • References
  • Pediatric Hematology - Section 7
      • Overview of Pediatric Hematology - Cover Page
      • Course Objectives
      • About The Author
      • Blank Page
      • Section 1 - Review of Hematopoiesis
      • Review of Hematopoiesis
      • Review of Hematopoiesis
      • Blood Cell Differentiation Chart
      • Section 2 - Anemias
      • Anemia Caused By Inadequate Production
      • Anemia Caused By Inadequate Production
      • Anemia Caused By Inadequate Production
      • Microcytic and Hypochromic RBCs
      • Congenital Anemias: Blackfin-Diamond and Fanconi Anemia
      • Congenital Anemias: Blackfin-Diamond and Fanconi Anemia
      • Megaloblastic Anemias
      • Megaloblastic Anemias: Folic Acid and B12 Deficiency
      • Hemolytic Anemias
      • Hemolytic Anemias
      • Section 3 - Hemoglobinopathies
      • Review of Hemoglobin Structure
      • Review of Hemoglobin Structure
      • Hemoglobinopathies and Sickle Cell Disease
      • Hemoglobinopathies and Sickle Cell Disease
      • Section 4 - Thalassemias
      • Thalassemias: Alpha and Beta Thalassemias
      • Thalassemias: Alpha and Beta Thalassemias
      • Thalassemia Blood Smear
      • Section 5 - Pediatric Coagulopathies
      • von Willebrand Disease (vWD)
      • Petechiae and Ecchymosis
      • Immune/Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
      • Hemophilias
      • Hemarthrosis
      • Section 6 - Pediatric Leukemia
      • Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
      • Hodgkin vs. Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
      • Hodgkin vs. Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Additional Information

This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.
FLORIDA LICENSEES: You must complete a Florida Laws & Rules course if you're completing any of our Combo Courses on ASCLS CE.
This 12 hour course includes the following titles:
  • Understanding Hemostasis & Basic Coagulation Testing (1.5 hrs Hematology)
  • Hyperkalemia (2 hrs Chemistry)
  • Personal Protective Equipment  (1 hr Safety)
  • Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes  (2 hrs Chemistry)
  • Introduction to Basic Immunology  (2 hrs Serology)
  • Nocardiosis:  Clinical and Pathological Aspects (2 hrs Microbiology)
  • Overview of Pediatric Hematology  (1.5 hrs Hematology)

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