The study of the immune system and tests used to identify its disorders; and the practical application of immunological principles and methodologies to aid in the diagnosis of infections and autoimmune diseases.
- Demonstrate accurate and precise skills in performance of immunological testing tasks and procedures.
- Discuss the theories and principles of various analytical systems – such as , etc.
- Perform accurate calculations used in preparation of test reagents and patient samples, and patient clinical results.
- Recognize out of control results, abnormal and absurd patient results, instrument/system dysfunction.
- For immunological based assays, identify the antigen/antibody or other substances involved and whether the assay detects antigen or antibody in the patient specimen.
Note: Not available for open enrollment at any time. Only available as part of the by-application closed-cohort CLS training program.
Course Number: PATH-40012
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training
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