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197-Online: Immunohematology Procedures in Perinatal Laboratory Testing – Section 2 of “New Beginnings – Perinatal Laboratory Testing, 2nd Edition”

$12.00

Contact Hours (Points): 1

This self-study course provides a comprehensive overview of immunohematology procedures that are used in perinatal laboratory testing. The course begins by discussing routine prenatal laboratory orders and expands into perinatal testing, to include the maternal and fetal assessments throughout the pregnancy. Areas covered include testing for Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn and procedures to detect a fetomaternal hemorrhage. Maternal and fetal blood sampling, as well ABO/Rh incompatibilities and the use of special stains are discussed.

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Immunohematology Procedures in Perinatal Laboratory Testing – Section 2 of “New Beginnings: Perinatal Laboratory Testing, 2nd Edition”

Self-Study 197 – Basic to Intermediate Level

Contact Hours (Points): 1

Written by Darlynn J. Lafler MT(ASCP), CLS

Published 2005. Revised 2008. Updated 2014.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION IV: IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY
Determination of Maternal ABO and Rh type; Maternal Antibody Screen; Maternal/Fetal Red Cell Incompatibilit; ABO; Rh Discrepancies; Liley Test; Summary of HDN; Testing for Fetomaternal Hemorrhage; Fetal Rosette Procedure; Kleihauer-Betke Stain; Fetal/Maternal RBC

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