MAS 122 Medical Assisting Laboratory Procedures II

This course continues to stress protective practices and infection control. It also explores laboratory procedures and techniques in microbiology, serology, immunohematology, and chemistry. Procurement of specimens is emphasized with adaptations based on individual needs (i.e. cultural and environmental), developmental life stages, language, and physical threats to communication. Students learn to screen patient results and executive data management using electronic healthcare records such as the EMR. Prerequisite: BIO 115 or BIO 234 and MAS 101, MAS 121. This course runs for seven weeks and includes four lecture hours and six laboratory hours per week. Instructional Support Fee applies. 3 credits Spring; Day only

3 credits
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