Clinical Laboratory Science Department Courses
(Sanford Health Medical Center, Fargo)
CLIN 470 – Clinical Chemistry, 7 credits. Lecture and laboratory instruction in medically oriented biochemistry as applied to normal and abnormal physiology and analysis of body constituents. Also includes instruction in instrumentation.
CLIN 471 - Clinical Coagulation, 1 credit. Lecture and laboratory instruction in the chemistry of blood clotting.
CLIN 472 – Immunohematology, 6 credits. Lecture and laboratory instruction in theory and practice of immunohematology as applied to blood transfusions, component therapy, immunologic diagnostic procedure and blood bank administration.
CLIN 473 – Clinical Hematology, 6 credits. Lecture and laboratory instruction in the analysis of the cellular elements of the blood and bone marrow, both normal and abnormal.
CLIN 474 – Clinical Microbiology, 8 credits. Lecture and laboratory instruction in the isolation and identification of pathogenic organisms and of their susceptibility to therapeutic agents. Includes bacteriology, parasitology, mycology and virology.
CLIN 475 – Clinical Immunology, 1 credit. Lecture and laboratory instruction applying the principles of immunology to serologic diagnosis.
CLIN 476 – Clinical Microscopy, 2 credits. Lecture and laboratory instruction in anatomy and physiology of the kidney, methodology and clinical significance in examination of the physical and chemical composition of urine.
CLIN 477 – Professional Topics, 1 credit. Instruction in management and education topics.