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202.381 Haematology (15 credits)

Introduction to the homeostatic mechanisms of blood cell production and the control mechanisms affecting bone marrow production that maintain haemostasis in humans. The role of the haematology laboratory scientist and their part in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases such as anaemia, haemophilia and the disorders of thrombosis, leukaemia and other tumours of haemopoietic origin.

Note(s): Distance Learning option of this course is open only to registered Medical Laboratory Scientists or registered Medical Laboratory Technicians who are employed in a Medical Laboratory.

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  • Prerequisite(s): 162.101, 202.281
    General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.

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