Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques (to qualify as a biomedical laboratory worker) (Verona)

Diagnostic Methodologies of Clinical Pathology (2020/2021)

Course code
4S000341
Credits
6

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
IMMUNOEMATOLOGIA ED EMOSTASI 3 MED/05-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Maurizio Cantini
METODI E TECNICHE DI IMMUNOEMATOLOGIA 2 MED/46-BIOTECHNOLOGY AND METHODS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Francesco De Sanctis
PATOLOGIA CLINICA 1 MED/05-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Davide Giavarina

Learning outcomes

The course is intended for students of the degree course in biomedical laboratory techniques, it is based on two distinct modules: that of clinical pathology (the classic laboratory medicine) and that of immunohematology and hemostasis, with the aim of giving evidence of the close connection and interaction between the technical-diagnostic activities and the pathologies treated. At the end of the course, the student is required to prove that he or she has acquired satisfactory skills regarding: planning of a technical-diagnostic course, evaluation of the results obtained through the application of laboratory methods, correct interpretation of the investigations carried out. MODULO IMMUNOEMATOLOGIA ED EMOSTASI Provide theoretical knowledge and acquire skills and attitudes to meet the expectations of immunohematology laboratory diagnostic services within the Transfusion Medicine Operations Unit. To this end, the Immunohematology and Hemostasis Module is closely linked to that of Immunohematology Methods and Techniques, which, along with that of Clinical Pathology, is part of the overall teaching of Diagnostic Methodologies of Clinical Pathology. MODULO METODI E TECNICHE DI IMMUNOEMATOLOGIA The student will acquire fundamental methods and techniques of Immunohaematology erythrocyte as well as procedures on collection, processing and storage of hemocomponentes. MODULO PATOLOGIA CLINICA Educational objectives: 1. Provide some evidence of the role of Laboratory Medicine in the recognition and treatment of human diseases, using as an example "Tromoembolic diseases and hemorrhagic diseases". 2. Provide tools for the assessment of diagnostic accuracy and interpretation of results with respect to the diagnostic problem.





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