This course introduces the student to basic techniques for performing routine laboratory tests done in the medical office. These include phlebotomy skills and the physical, chemical and microscopic examination of urine and blood, as well as understanding the implications of normal and abnormal results. The proper collection, handling and labeling of urine and blood specimens, agglutination and coagulation tests, and an introduction to microbiology are also covered. The student continues to observe all OSHA and bloodborne pathogen standards.

Prereq: Program admission; MLA171.

Spring 2018
Credit
3.0
Course Fee: $40.00 | Prereq or Coreq required
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
182MLA210.600
MW
6:00pm-9:30pm
Course Location

Aurora Fox Valley, Room 144

Aurora Fox Valley Campus
Waubonsee Community College
2060 Ogden Ave.
Route 34 on Rush-Copley Campus
Aurora, IL 60504-7222
(630) 585-7900

Giese

Closed

Meets between: Jan. 16-March 9