Laboratory Combo-15 PART II (by 4CEUINC)

13.5 P.A.C.E. contact hour(s)

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Course provided by 4CEUINC.



This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.

FLORIDA LICENSEES: Please order the Florida Laboratory Combos

PART II of the Laboratory Combo contains the following course titles:


  • Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes (2 hrs Chemistry)

  • Understanding Each Component of the CBC - Section II  (2 hrs Hematology)

  • Risks, Complications, and Reactions Associated with Transfusions  (2 hrs Immunohematology)

  • Antibiotic Resistance: Review of the Current Threats  (2.5 hrs Microbiology)

  • RNA & DNA: A Basic Review  (2.5 hrs Molecular Pathology)

  • Understanding the ABC's of the Immune System  (2.5 hrs Serology) 

See more courses in: Blood Banking / Immunohematology; Clinical Chemistry / Urinalysis / Toxicology; Hematology; Immunology / Serology; Microbiology; Molecular Pathology

Continuing Education Credits

P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification) (CEU Unlimited): 13.5 hour(s)
Course number 511-924-17, approved through 6/30/2019
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Clinical Chemistry/UA/Toxicology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Immunohematology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology): 2.5 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Molecular Pathology): 2.5 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Serology/Immunology): 2.5 hour(s)
Course number 20-487329, approved through 6/30/2019

Objectives

  • Please see the 2nd page of each course section for the course objectives.

Customer Ratings

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Course Outline

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  • 24-15 PART II - Laboratory Combo
      • PDF Page 1 - Laboratory Combo-15 PART II Cover
      • PDF Page 2 - Instructions
      • PDF Page 3 - Copy of Quiz Page 1
      • PDF Page 4 - Copy of Quiz Page 2
      • PDF Page 5 - Copy of Quiz Page 3
      • PDF Page 6 - Copy of Quiz Page 4
      • PDF Page 7 - Copy of Quiz Page 5
      • PDF Page 8 - Copy of Quiz Page 6
      • PDF Page 9 - Copy of Quiz Page 7
      • PDF Page 10 - Copy of Quiz Page 8
      • PDF Page 11 - Copy of Quiz Page 9
      • PDF Page 12 - Copy of Quiz Page 10
      • PDF Page - Classification & Diagnosis of Diabetes Cover
      • PDF Page 14 - Classification & Diagnosis of Diabetes Objectives
      • PDF Page 15 - Diabetes TOC
      • PDF Page 16 - Diabetes TOC
      • PDF Page 17 - What is Diabetes
      • PDF Page 18 - Classifying Diabetes
      • PDF Page 19 - Type 1 Diabetes
      • PDF Page 20 - Type 2 Diabetes
      • PDF Page 21 - Type 2 Diabetes
      • PDF Page 22 - Type 2 Diabetes
      • PDF Page 23 - Gestational Diabetes
      • PDF Page 24 - Other Types of Diabetes
      • PDF Page 25 - Who Should Be Tested
      • PDF Page 26 - Diagnosing Diabetes
      • PDF Page 27 - A1C Testing
      • PDF Page 28 - A1C Testing
      • PDF Page 29 - Fasting & Random Plasma Glucose Testing
      • PDF Page 30 - OGTT Testing
      • PDF Page 31 - Gestational Diabetes Testing
      • PDF Page 32 - Urine Glucose & Albumin Testing
      • PDF Page 33 - Microalbumin Testing
      • PDF Page 34 - Appendix 1 (Blood Test Quick Glance)
      • PDF Page 35 - Appendix 2 (BMI Table)
      • PDF Page 36 - Appendix 3 (Chart of Common Diabetes Tests)
      • PDF Page 37 - Understanding Each Component of the CBC Cover
      • PDF Page 38 - Understanding the CBC Objectives
      • PDF Page 39 - CBC Table of Contents (TOC)
      • PDF Page 40 - CBC Table of Contents
      • PDF Page 41 - White Blood Cells (WBCs)
      • PDF Page 42 - Total WBCs
      • PDF Page 43 - Low WBC Count
      • PDF Page 44 - Elevated WBC
      • PDF Page 45 - Benign Syndromes Causing Leukocytosis
      • PDF Page 46 - Malignancy As A Cause of Leukocytosis
      • PDF Page 47 - Malignancy As A Cause of Leukocytosis
      • PDF Page 48 - Neutrophils
      • PDF Page 49 - Neutrophils
      • PDF Page 50 - Eosinophils
      • PDF Page 51 - Eosinophils
      • PDF Page 52 - Basophils
      • PDF Page 53 - Lymphocytes
      • PDF Page 54 - Lymphocytes
      • PDF Page 55 - Lymphocyte Morphology
      • PDF Page 56 - Decreased & Increased Lymphocyte Counts
      • PDF Page 57 - B Cells & T Cells
      • PDF Page 58 - Natural Killer Cells & Plasma Cells
      • PDF Page 59 - Monocytes
      • PDF Page 60 - Monocyte Subpopulations, Decreased & Increased Mono Counts
      • PDF Page 61 - Macrophages
      • PDF Page 62 - Platelets
      • PDF Page 63 - Platelet Structure
      • PDF Page 64 - Scanning A Peripoheral Smear
      • PDF Page 65 - Platelet Satellitism & Platelet Clumping
      • PDF Page 66 - Signs, Symptoms, & Treatment of Thrombocytopenia
      • PDF Page 67 - Signs, Symptoms, & Treatment of Thrombocytosis
      • PDF Page 68 - MPV
      • PDF Page 69 - Platelet Distribution Width (PDW)
      • PDF Page 70 - Manual WBC Differential
      • PDF Page 71 - Automated WBC Differential
      • PDF Page 72 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 73 - Risks, Complications, and Reactions Associated With Transfusions Cover
      • PDF Page 74 - Risks, Complications, & Reactions Objectives
      • PDF Page 75 - Risks, Complications, & Reactions Table of Contents (TOC)
      • PDF Page 76 - TOC
      • PDF Page 77 - TOC
      • PDF Page 78 - TOC
      • PDF Page 79 - Blood Safety
      • PDF Page 80 - Allergic Reaction
      • PDF Page 81 - Anaphylactic Reaction
      • PDF Page 82 - Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction (AHTR)
      • PDF Page 83 - AHTR Causes
      • PDF Page 84 - AHTR Clinical Presentation
      • PDF Page 85 - Delayed Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction (DHTR)
      • PDF Page 86 - DHTR Clinical Presentation
      • PDF Page 87 - Hemolysis Not Related to RBC Alloantibodies and Delayed Serologic Transfusion Reaction
      • PDF Page 88 - Febrile Non-Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction
      • PDF Page 89 - Hypotensive Transfusion Reaction
      • PDF Page 90 - Complications of Massive Transfusion
      • PDF Page 91 - Complications of Massive Transfusion
      • PDF Page 92 - Complications of Massive Transfusion
      • PDF Page 93 - Post Transfusion Purpura (PTP)
      • PDF Page 94 - Transfusion Associated Circulatory Overload (TACO)
      • PDF Page 95 - Transfusion Associated Dyspnea (TAD)
      • PDF Page 96 - Transfusion Associated Graft vs. Host Disease (TA-GvHD)
      • PDF Page 97 - Transfusion Related Acute Lung Injury (TRALI)
      • PDF Page 98 - TRALI
      • PDF Page 99 - Transfusion Related Immunomodulation (TRIM)
      • PDF Page 100 - Transfusion Transmitted Infection (TTI)
      • PDF Page 101 - TTI
      • PDF Page 102 - TTI
      • PDF Page 103 - Appendix 1 (Table of Possible Reactions Categorized By Symptom)
      • PDF Page 104 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 105 - Antibiotic Resistance: A Review Of The Current Threats Cover
      • PDF Page 106 - Antibiotic Resistance Objectives
      • PDF Page 107 - Antibiotic Resistance Inside Cover
      • PDF Page 108 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 109 - Introduction
      • PDF Page 110 - Introduction
      • PDF Page 111 - National Summary Data
      • PDF Page 112 - How Antibiotic Resistance Happens
      • PDF Page 113 - Assessment of Domestic Antibiotic Resistance Threats
      • PDF Page 114 - Antibiotic Resistance Threat Levels
      • PDF Page 115 - Current Antibiotic Resistance Threats By Microorganisms Inside Cover
      • PDF Page 116 - Microorganisms With A Threat Level of Urgent
      • PDF Page 117 - Clostridium difficile
      • PDF Page 118 - Clostridium difficile
      • PDF Page 119 - Enterobacteriaceae
      • PDF Page 120 - Enterobacteriaceae
      • PDF Page 121 - Drug-Resistant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae
      • PDF Page 122 - Drug-Resistant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae
      • PDF Page 123 - Microorganisms With The Threat Level Of Serious
      • PDF Page 124 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 125 - Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter
      • PDF Page 126 - Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter
      • PDF Page 127 - Drug-Resistant Campylobacter
      • PDF Page 128 - Drug-Resistant Campylobacter
      • PDF Page 129 - Fluconazole-Resistant Candida
      • PDF Page 130 - Fluconazole-Resistant Candida
      • PDF Page 131 - Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) Producing Enterobacteriaceae
      • PDF Page 132 - Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) Producing Enterobacteriaceae
      • PDF Page 133 - Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus (VRE)
      • PDF Page 134 - Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus (VRE)
      • PDF Page 135 - Multi-Drug Resistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
      • PDF Page 136 - Multi-Drug Resistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
      • PDF Page 137 - Drug Resistant Salmonella
      • PDF Page 138 - Drug Resistant Salmonella
      • PDF Page 139 - Drug Resistant Salmonella Serotype Typhi
      • PDF Page 140 - Drug Resistant Salmonella Serotype Typhi
      • PDF Page 141 - Drug Resistant Shigella
      • PDF Page 142 - Drug Resistant Shigella
      • PDF Page 143 - Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)
      • PDF Page 144 - Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)
      • PDF Page 145 - Drug-Resistant Streptococcus Pneumoniae
      • PDF Page 146 - Drug-Resistant Streptococcus Pneumoniae
      • PDF Page 147 - Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
      • PDF Page 148 - Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
      • PDF Page 149 - Microorganisms With A Threat Level Of Concerning
      • PDF Page 150 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 151 - Vancomycin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
      • PDF Page 152 - Vancomycin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
      • PDF Page 153 - Erythromycin-Resistant Group A Streptococcus
      • PDF Page 154 - Erythromycin-Resistant Group A Streptococcus
      • PDF Page 155 - Clindamycin-Resistant Group B Streptococcus
      • PDF Page 156 - Clindamycin-Resistant Group B Streptococcus
      • PDF Page 157 - RNA & DNA: A Basic Review Cover
      • PDF Page 158 - RNA & DNA: A Basic Review Objectives
      • PDF Page 159 - How Genes Work
      • PDF Page 160 - DNA
      • PDF Page 161 - DNA
      • PDF Page 162 - Figure 3 Structure of DNA
      • PDF Page 163 - Chromosomes
      • PDF Page 164 - DNA Replication
      • PDF Page 165 - Figure 7 Meiosis
      • PDF Page 166 - Figure 8 Trisomy
      • PDF Page 167 - Transcription
      • PDF Page 168 - Transcription
      • PDF Page 169 - Transcription
      • PDF Page 170 - Figure 11 RNA Splicing
      • PDF Page 171 - RNA Splicing
      • PDF Page 172 - Nursery Genetics
      • PDF Page 173 - Transcription & Translation
      • PDF Page 174 - RNA Surprises
      • PDF Page 175 - RNA Surprises
      • PDF Page 176 - RNA Surprises
      • PDF Page 177 - Microarrays
      • PDF Page 178 - Microarrays
      • PDF Page 179 - RNA & DNA New Rules, New Roles
      • PDF Page 180 - RNA & DNA New Rules, New Roles
      • PDF Page 181 - RNA & DNA New Rules, New Roles
      • PDF Page 182 - RNA & DNA New Rules, New Roles
      • PDF Page 183 - Figure 22 RNA Interference
      • PDF Page 184 - RNA Interference
      • PDF Page 185 - Dynamic DNA
      • PDF Page 186 - Figure 24 Epigenetic Code
      • PDF Page 187 - The Genetics of Anticipation
      • PDF Page 188 - Figure 25 Imprinting
      • PDF Page 189 - Telomeres
      • PDF Page 190 - Telomeres
      • PDF Page 191 - Telomeres & Mitochondria
      • PDF Page 192 - Mitochondrial DNA
      • PDF Page 193 - Recombinant DNA & Cloning
      • PDF Page 194 - Recombinant DNA & Cloning
      • PDF Page 195 - Understanding The ABCs Of The Immune System Cover
      • PDF Page 196 - Understanding The ABCs Of The Immune System Objectives
      • PDF Page 197 - ABCs Table of Contents (TOC)
      • PDF Page 198 - ABCs TOC
      • PDF Page 199 - Overview Of The Immune System
      • PDF Page 200 - Overview Of The Immune System
      • PDF Page 201 - Overview Of The Immune System
      • PDF Page 202 - Overview Of The Immune System
      • PDF Page 203 - Innate & Adaptive Immunity
      • PDF Page 204 - Vaccination
      • PDF Page 205 - Immune Cells (Granulocytes, Mast Cells, & Monocytes)
      • PDF Page 206 - Immune Cells (Dendritic Cells, Natural Killer Cells)
      • PDF Page 207 - Adaptive Cells (B Cells, T Cells, & Regulatory T Cells)
      • PDF Page 208 - Immune Communication (Cytokines)
      • PDF Page 209 - Immune Communication (Toll-Like Receptors, B-Cell Receptors, Major Histocompatibility Complex, & Complement)
      • PDF Page 210 - Immune Tolerance
      • PDF Page 211 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Immune Deficiencies)
      • PDF Page 212 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Allergy)
      • PDF Page 213 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Allergy)
      • PDF Page 214 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Allergy)
      • PDF Page 215 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Allergy & Autoimmune Diseases)
      • PDF Page 216 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Autoimmune Diseases & Sepsis)
      • PDF Page 217 - Major Disorders Of The Immune System (Sepsis & Cancer)
      • PDF Page 218 - Immune Response Video

Additional Information

This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.
 
FLORIDA LICENSEES:  Please order the Florida Laboratory Combo.

This 13.5 hour course includes the following titles:
  • Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes (2 hrs Chemistry)
  • Understanding Each Component of the CBC: WBC Reviews (2 hrs Hemo)
  • Risk, Complications, and Reactions Associated with Transfusions (1 hr Blood Bank / 1 hr Immunohematology)
  • Antibiotic Resistance: Review of Current Threats (2.5 hrs Micro)
  • RNA & DNA: A Basic Review (2.5 hrs Molecular Pathology)
  • Understanding the ABCs of the Immune System (2.5 hrs Serology)

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Laboratory Combo-15 (25.5 hours - General Lab Renewal Package) (by 4CEUINC)
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