BIOL 443 - Urinalysis and Clinical Immunohematology
The urinalysis component of this course offers an introduction to the clinical study of human urine, for students majoring in medical technology. The topics included are physiology, methodologies, and test performance as well as clinical significance in the areas of urinalysis, cerebrospinal fluids, and gastric analysis. The clinical immunohematology component will focus on the theory and techniques for identification of blood antigens, antibodies, and the clinical applications of these in blood banking and transfusion. Prerequisites: △ BIOL 308 - Cell Biology, ◆ BIOL 310 - Genetics, and CHEM 340 - Organic Chemistry Survey. Grade only. Offered annually.