MT2506: MLT Immunohematology

Credits 6 Lab Hours 3 Lecture Hours 3 Clinical Hours 0
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A study of the immunology of blood, including those principles and practices that are known collectively as blood banking. An overview of blood component collection and component preparation is presented. Basic concepts of genetics, immunology and antiglobulin testing are included as a foundation for the understanding of the blood group systems and antibody detection and identification. Current transfusion practices are discussed. The student will gain experience in performance of techniques in immunohematology.


Admission in the MLT program.