Department Of Medical Laboratory Science Courseware


Medical Laboratory Science is concerned with the analysis of clinical specimen (urine, blood, stool, peritoneal fluid, synovial fluid e.t.c) with the aim of identifying thecause/s of disease conditions.  It is pivotal to the effective management of diseases as reports shows that over 60 percent of decision relating to hospital admissions, prescribed medicals and discharge of patients depends on laboratory data. Medical laboratory science as a discipline is thus a fulcrum for practice of modern day medicine. One trained to perform…
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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1-3: General introduction to medical laboratory science (Clinical Chemistry, Haemtology and Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Histopathology and Immunology)

Week 4-5: Specimen collection procedure; specimen collection bottles; reception and registration of specimen; storage and disposal of specimen

Week 6-7: Safety precautions in pathology laboratories against chemical, biological, electrical, materials and irradiation hazards.

Week 8-9: Techniques and principles of chemical sterilization and physical methods

Week 10-11: glassware cleaning, care and maintenance; breeding of laboratory animals

Week 12:
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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1-3: General introduction to medical laboratory science (Clinical Chemistry, Haemtology and Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Histopathology and Immunology)

Week 4-5: Specimen collection procedure; specimen collection bottles; reception and registration of specimen; storage and disposal of specimen

Week 6-7: Safety precautions in pathology laboratories against chemical, biological, electrical, materials and irradiation hazards.

Week 8-9: Techniques and principles of chemical sterilization and physical methods

Week 10-11: glassware cleaning, care and maintenance; breeding of laboratory animals

Week 12:
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