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In this month’s “Hot Topic,” a group of clinical laboratory technologists from Mayo Clinic’s Component Laboratory discusses a new tool to help standardize acceptable color variation for plasma products.
By Manish Gandhi, M.D. • December 4, 2018
PACE / State of CA / State of FL
This “Virtual Lecture” will discuss the complex factors that determine liver-graft eligibility from both a surgeon’s and pathologist’s perspectives.
By MCL Education • November 26, 2018
In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Robin Patel, M.D., will discuss the importance of accurate diagnosis of prosthetic-joint infection and its management, focusing on the pathogenesis, clinical presentation, and definition of arthroplasty failure, as well as discuss diagnostic strategies.
By Robin Patel, M.D. • November 5, 2018
PACE / State of CA / State of FL
In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Paul Jannetto, Ph.D., will discuss the limitations of each type of urine test, metabolic pathways of opioids, urine drug-testing case studies, and he will provide the latest laboratory medicine practice guidelines on testing for controlled substances.
By MCL Education • October 25, 2018
In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Robin Patel, M.D., will discuss the bacteria that cause pertussis, also known as whooping cough. Pertussis is highly contagious and spreads rapidly through families, schools, and hospitals. While adults and children may have relatively mild symptoms, the disease can be deadly for infants and newborns.
By Robin Patel, M.D. • October 1, 2018
PACE / State of CA / State of FL
In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Audrey Schuetz, M.D., discusses the diagnosis of a bloodstream infection and how it is one of the most critical functions within a health care team.
By MCL Education • September 20, 2018
In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Brad Karon, M.D., Ph.D., describes how pseudohyperkalemia has many causes, from collection techniques, processing, and even transport. This presentation focuses on the various preanalytic and analytic causes of pseudohyperkalemia and what you as a phlebotomist can do to prevent it.
By Brad Karon, M.D., Ph.D. • September 10, 2018
In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Elitza Theel, Ph.D., will discuss diagnostic testing options for patients with suspected neuroinvasive Lyme disease or Lyme neuroborreliosis.
By Elitza Theel, Ph.D. • August 20, 2018