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277000036 Continuing education questions: Fall 2011.  
277000035 Research in clinical laboratory science: professionals' educational preparation.  
277000034 Research in clinical laboratory science: professionals' involvement.  
277000033 Introduction.  
277000032 DePEGylation studies: PEG-RBC stability in conditions consistent with massive transfusion.  
Each year the United States population receives an estimated 12 to 14 million units of packed red blood cells (RBCs) and whole blood. (1,2) It is estimated that 33% of transfusions associated with...
277000031 Salivary cortisol levels in students challenged with a testing stressor.  
OBJECTIVE: The objective was twofold. The focus of the study was primarily to determine if the stress of a particularly difficult exam could cause students to lose the normal diurnal variation...
277000030 Hemostasis test compatibility with capped and uncapped tubes.  
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to determine the substantial equivalence of routine and specialty hemostasis testing on capped versus uncapped evacuated blood collection tubes (3.2%...
277000029 Errata.  
277000028 Dipylidium caninum in a 4-month old male.  
Dipylidium caninum, known as the double-pored dog tapeworm, is a parasite that commonly infects dogs and cats worldwide. Humans may be an accidental host if the infective stage, the cysticercoid...
277000027 Clinical molecular testing: subspecialty, entry-level or specialist certification?  
Some clinical laboratories require workers who have basic knowledge in molecular techniques (such as fluorescent in situ hybridization and polymerase chain reaction). Exclusively molecular...
277000026 Acanthamoeba keratitis--a diagnostic challenge.  
This is a case study of a 23 year old male diagnosed with Acanthamoeba keratitis. Initial misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment lead to increased severity of the infection requiring...
277000025 Cryptogenic hepatitis: a case study in autoantibody negative autoimmune hepatitis.  
A 76 year old white-female initially presented with signs and symptoms of acute hepatitis. While liver function tests were elevated, viral hepatitis and autoimmune hepatitis panels were negative....
277000024 A Rose by any other name is a ... dandelion?  
277271078 Continuing education questions.  
277271077 Essential thrombocythemia.  
277271076 Errata.  
277271075 Myeloproliferative neoplasms: the role of molecular markers.  
277271074 Myeloproliferative neoplasms: an overview.  
277271073 Estimation of serum hyaluronidase activity overcoming the turbidity interference.  
The assay of mammalian hyaluronidases (HAases) is important in understanding the role of the hyaluronan-hyaluronidase (HA-HAase) system in various pathophysiological processes. Despite several...
277271072 Perceived emotional aptitude of clinical laboratory sciences students compared to students in other healthcare profession majors.  
Emotional aptitude can be defined as the ability to recognize and manage one's own emotions and interpret the emotions of others. It has been speculated that Clinical Laboratory Sciences students...
277271071 Variation in pipetting may lead to the decreased detection of antibodies in manual gel testing.  
BACKGROUND: Variation in pipetting technique can contribute to the failed detection of weakly reactive antibodies. This study evaluated the impact of pipetting technique on the sensitivity of...
277271070 ASCLS Annual Meeting 2011: official abstracts of submitted papers, case studies and posters.  
277271069 Shigellosis with resultant septic shock and renal failure.  
Septic shock is a rare, potentially life-threatening complication of bacterial dysentery. The clinical presentation of septic shock includes hypotension, bleeding, hypoxia, acidosis, and...
277271068 Atypical cytogenetics in therapy-related myelodysplastic syndrome secondary to indolent B-cell lymphoma.  
A case of therapy-related myelodysplastic syndrome (t-MDS) with unusual cytogenetics is presented. While therapy related myeloid neoplasms account for 10-20% of all myeloid neoplasms, 90% of...
277271067 Importance of clinical microbiologists for U.S. healthcare infrastructure.  
Clinical microbiologists are highly skilled scientists within national hospitals and reference laboratories who diagnose patients with infections by emerging pathogens. Most advanced training for...
277271066 Career research opportunities for the Medical Laboratory Scientist.  
Medical Laboratory Scientists (MLS) typically practice in hospital laboratories; however there are multiple alternatives in research. This article details the advantages of working in a variety of...
277271065 Continuing education questions: Spring 2011.  
277271064 Just culture-changing the environment of healthcare delivery.  
277271063 Improving patient safety: lessons from other disciplines.  
277271062 Patient safety and the medical laboratory using the IOM aims.  
277271061 Patient safety and the medical laboratory: an introduction.  
277271060 Serum water analysis in normal pregnancy and preeclampsia.  
Hemodilution and hemoconcentration affect hematology measurements and serum analyte concentrations but whether a given blood sample is hemodiluted or hemoconcentrated is frequently not known....
277271059 Immunoglobulin light chain levels can be used to determine disease stage in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis.  
OBJECTIVE: Patients with some inflammatory diseases have been shown to have increased levels of immunoglobulin light chains. In this study, we measured the concentrations of immunoglobulin kappa...
277271058 Clinical Laboratory Educators' Conference 2011 Abstracts.  
277271057 Trypanosoma brucei infection in a HIV positive Ugandan male.  
Human African Trypanosomiasis, or African Sleeping Sickness, is a parasitic infection caused by Trypanosoma brucei (gambiense or rhodesiense), and one of the declared neglected tropical diseases....
277271056 Homozygous sickle cell anemia and secondary complications: a case study.  
A 26-year-old African-American male presented with chest and back pain, fatigue and a history of the following: homozygous sickle cell anemia, pain crises, stroke, hip replacement following...
277271055 HbA1c does not always estimate average glucose.  
Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) testing can be inaccurate in persons with elevated amounts of Hemoglobin F, or with abnormal hemoglobins found in sickle cell trait, HbC trait and HbE trait. These variants...
277271054 Students as vital participants in research projects.  
Inclusion of research coursework into a medical technology or clinical laboratory science program is currently viewed as a mark of a good degree program. Examples of this type of coursework are...
277271091 Answers to 2008 FOCUS continuing education questions.  
277271090 Continuing education questions: Winter 2011.  
277271089 Treatment strategies and recommendations for Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections.  
277271088 Antimicrobial resistance mechanisms in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.  
277271087 Epidemiology and pathogenesis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections.  
277271086 Introduction: Pseudomonas aeruginosa.  
277271085 Evaluating the effectiveness of an online medical laboratory technician program.  
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of an online medical laboratory technician program in the academic preparation and development of laboratory professionals.
277271084 CLS entry level competencies in flow cytometry.  
OBJECTIVE: To define entry level competencies in flow cytometry for CLS generalists.
277271083 It takes a community to resurrect a CLS program.  
Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) revised and reactivated its former 2+2 NAACLS accredited program in 2006, by instituting an innovative 3+1 approach. With the efforts of the community...
277271082 Errata.  
277271081 Packaging and shipping capabilities of New York State Hospital Laboratories: a 3-year drill assessment.  
In a previous publication, we discussed the results of the 2006-2007 New York State (NYS) Hospital Laboratory Drill Series which emphasized the need for ongoing testing and evaluation of...
277271080 Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome with rhabdomyolysis.  
In this report we describe a patient who presented with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, tachypnea and mental impairment. The patient had elevated serum lipase, troponin-I, creatinine kinase and...
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