MLAB 2401 L25 Class Dates & Times

Date RangeDaysTimesBuildingRoom
1/18/2022 to 5/6/2022W2:00 PM - 5:00 PMOR-CMCG-208

Course Description

An overview of clinical chemistry theory principles, procedures, and correlations. Tests for glucose, urea, creatinine, uric acid, proteins, bilirubin, enzymes and electrolytes are included. Colorimetric and photometric techniques used in examining normal and abnormal clinical specimens are introduced along with special procedures such as immunoassays and electrophoresis (3 hours lecture/wk and 30 hrs lab/semester; fall semester)Prerequisites: Admission to Program. MLAB1310, MLAB2201Corequisites: MLAB1310, MLAB2202, MLAB2403

Effective 2022 Fall Semester, the following will be changing for MLAB 2401:

The course description is changing to: An overview of clinical chemistry theory principles, procedures, and correlations. Tests for glucose, urea, creatinine, uric acid, proteins, bilirubin, enzymes and electrolytes are included. Colorimetric and photometric techniques used in examining normal and abnormal clinical specimens are introduced along with special procedures such as immunoassays and electrophoresis (3 hours lecture/wk and 30 hrs lab/semester; fall semester).Prerequisites: Admission to Program. MLAB 1301, CHEM 1010 or CHEM 1110Corequisites: MLAB 2402, MLAB 2403

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