||This course provides a clinical experience at an affiliate hospital that covers bacterial identification methods with laboratory personnel supervision. The course also covers Immunological and serological testing of body fluids.
|| CHEM1104 AND ZOO1122 AND ZOO1123 AND ZOO1126 AND BIOL2268 AND BIOL2267
- Evaluate the importance of proper patient specimen identification, collection, transport and storage for microbiology specimens.
- Demonstrate laboratory safety and use of Standard Precautions.
- Evaluate quality assurance and quality control as they pertain to microbiology.
- Identify patient specimens as acceptable or unacceptable for microbiology analysis.
- Justify reasons for specimen rejection.
- Identify bacteria using appropriate microbiology testing procedures.
- Correlate bacterial identification to disease or indigenous flora.
- Correlate bacterial identification to body organ/system affected.
- Evaluate patient test results as acceptable or unacceptable to report.
- Interpret antibiotic sensitivity tests.
- Demonstrate proper processing of material for fungus culture and potassium hydroxide preparations.
- Identify fungi and yeast isolates.
- Demonstrate proper processing of stool for ova and cyst examination.
- Identify ova and cyst parasites.
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