CACMLE Hematology Courses

186-Online: Analysis of Serous Fluid – Section 3 of “Analysis of Body Fluids”


Contact Hours (Points): 3

This course presents the pathophysiology of body fluid formation and includes the hematologic testing used for diagnosis and treatment. Serous, synovial, cerebral spinal, seminal and bronchial fluids are covered. The course also includes cell counting and smear preparation techniques, identification of both normal and abnormal cells seen in body fluids, crystal identification in synovial fluids, and methods for sperm motility and morphology.

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Analysis of Serous Fluid – Section 3 of “Analysis of Body Fluids”

Self-Study 186 – Basic to Intermediate Level

Contact Hours (Points): 3

Written by Jerelyn Walters MT(ASCP)SH

Published 2004. Updated 2014.

Online – 186: Course Taken Online: $36.00 BUY NOW

IMPORTANT: This online course is accessible using the following:

Desktop or Laptop Computer – Download the latest Adobe Reader program.

Kindle Fire – No additional App download is necessary.

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Here’s what satisfied customers have to say~

“Good solid course. More confident of my ability to perform serous fluid examinations.”
~Margaret D.

“I gained a better appreciation of the role of cell counts in the evaluation of serous fluids. I shall make suggestions on how we at our lab should handle these fluids in the future based on the knowledge I gained in this course. I will also do further research on serous fluids.“
~Larry B.

Pleural, Peritoneal, Pericardial; Fluid Function and Formation; Pleural Fluid; Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL); Peritoneal Fluid; Peritoneal Dialysate; Peritoneal Lavage; Pericardial Fluid; Transudates and Exudates; Cell Counting; Cell Identification; Mesothelial and Malignant Cell Differentiation; Other Microscopic Findings

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