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Clinical Lab Technician

Transcript: Responsibilities and Daily Activities Documentation Of Sources Training Needed: Can receive an associate degree from community colleges. Receive a certificate from a hospital or a vocational school. A small percentage learn their skills through on-the-job training. Pass a certification exam Some states require laboratory personnel to be licensed or registered Bennett, Samuel E.; Mosbaugh, Dale. "Laboratory Technician." Genetics. 2003. Retrieved November 13, 2014 from Angeli, E., Wagner, J., Lawrick, E., Moore, K., Anderson, M., Soderlund, L., & Brizee, A. (2010, May 5). General format. Retrieved from Lowest Salary: $39,580 Mid-Range Salary: $57,580 Highest Salary: $78,900 Salary wide variety of experimental techniques advancement options vary on you skill of work. variety of work times, very flexible stays on call, in case of emergency 24/7 around 32 hours a week work shifts usually last to 4-8 hours a day Some colleges that offer Clinical Lab Technician spots Degree's: Bachelors Degree Two year associates degree Self Reflection Daily Responsibilities: set up and sanitize laboratories prepare specimens match blood compatibility analyze fluid chemical content collect blood samples examine immune system elements handle sophisticated laboratory equipment I can see myself doing this career for multiple reasons, but may reconsider for different ones. I could see myself doing this in the future because it has a good, flexible hour times and you can work around the clock easily. Not to mention there is a decent pay although you have to go to about four years of college to receive good advancement. when i chose this career i believed it was working for working with computers and such but this doesn't differ much. Clinical Lab Tech's seems to be a good choice for me because I prefer the high tech they do for the job, so i will consider it. Technicians at work Clinical Lab Technician Average Salary: $26,800 High school Classes: Math and Science Curriculum ( mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry) Work Times and Advancement Opportunities State Salary: $45,000 - $60,000 Education and Training

Clinical Lab Departments

Transcript: abcess, anaerobic cultures, blood, bone marrow, catheter tips, tissue, and urine. Gloves, masks, and gowns. Must immediately disinfect area with 10% bleach or other approved disinfectant freshly drawn blood and fixed tissue diabetes, Gauncher disease, and Grave's Disease Blood tests are preformed. screening for blood group antibodies ABO group and RH type Diseases/conditions that can be diagnosed in this department Personal Protective Equipment Examples of Tests Performed Chemistry that is used for the analysis of bodily fluids Diseases and Conditions Clinical Laboratory Science, also called Medical Technology, is the health profession that provides laboratory information and services needed for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. They perform a variety of lab tests, ensure the quality of the tests results, explain the significance of of lab tests, evaluate new methods and study effectiveness with the tests. Clinical Laboratory Science Diseases Handling Precautions Tests performed Microbiology is the branch of science that deals with microorganisms. direct examination and techniques, culture, microbial identification, serodiagnosis, antimicrobial susceptability Specimen Examples Blood glucose levels, electrolytes, enzymes, and hormones Samples Clinical Lab Departments By: Malia, Nathan, Taylor, and Abby Common Specimens Blood and urine Microbiology Common Tests AIDS, HIV, Hepatitis Viruses, Cytomegalovirus, Human T-cell lymphotrophic virus, Parvovirus B19 Haemophilus influenza meningitis, Chlamydia trachomatis, Herpes symplex, Upper and Lower respiratory infections, and Streptococcus Blood Banking Chemistry Lab coats, gloves, safety glasses/goggles, face shields, shoe covers, and a MSDS.

Chem lab clinical

Transcript: We took notice into Ms. Dawn's physical characteristics and took ion test such as: Chloride, Sulfate, Phosphate, and Na/K ions. We used "Dipsticks" to test our results for Urobilinogen, Protein, pH, Specific Gravity and Keytone. Test #2 The purpose of the Urinalysis test was to examine Mrs. Dawn urine to see diagnostic information about the biochemical processes occurring in her body. We tested pH, Specific Gravity, Keytones, Protein and Urobilinogen. Results: By: Brielle, Anna, & Brandon After completing all required test on Mrs. Dawn, we have come to the diagnosis of kidney damage. She had high Ck levels and protein in her urine which indicates tissue damage as well. Kinetics lab Urinalysis Test Pictures Urinalysis Test Test different enzymes in a sample Enzymes are biological catalyst Spectroscopy Creatine Kinase Lactate dehydrogenase Glucose Determination Test About Mrs. Dawn The purpose of this test is to see if there is a presence of glucose in Mrs. Dawns urine. We used a enzyme based glucometer, Clinistix, and One Touch Ultra Test Strips to calculate the presence of glucose in a blood sample. Through the series of tests, we came to the conclusion that Mrs. Dawn does have hyperglycemia which is something we will have to keep in mind during future testing. Patient #2: Jaysha Dawn Jaysha is a 25 year old female African American. Her height is 5 feet 2 inches, and weighs in at 120 pounds.Her symptoms are fatigue, increased urination and swelling of feet and legs. Her blood pressure was recorded as 185/95, which indicates hypertension. Urinalysis Test Glucose Determination Test Kinetics Graph

Clinical Lab Scientist

Transcript: Qualifications usually work shifts, both day and night, and may be expected to work some weekends and be on call in case of emergencies Working Hours: 8-9 hours Overtime : 10-12 hours Graveyard shift usually work in community, hospital, commercial or veterinary diagnostic laboratories Constantly on your feet Laboratory Equipment Analyzing/Recording Samples Specialization Responsibilities Bachelor's degree + 4 years experience Master's degree + 2 years experience The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor: employment will increase by 14% through the year 2016. Jobs Rated Almanac, medical laboratory science has 25% job growth and good job security. Among health related professions, it currently ranks #3. Currently there is a shortage in many parts of the country guaranteeing employment and higher salaries for graduates. 2 year associaties general education, science and medical laboratory science courses; or, a shorter certificate program that focuses on technical courses Bodily fluids; blood,urine, tissue samples Record abnormalities clinical tests, analyzing, recording Clinical Lab Scientist National Entry level: $43,000 California Entry level: $57,000 National salary (5-10yrs): $61,000 Average Salary (5-10yrs):$73,000 What you need to know leadership level management and supervision consult with health professionals research bachelor's degree + 2 years experience Master's degree in Immunology or Microbiology basic principles of chemistry, biology, and microbiology methods and techniques of laboratory analysis; safety practices; principles of microbiological, immunological, and biochemical reagents and standard examinations one semester course in Microbiology and one semester course in Biochemistry or Immunology Qualifications Interest/Skills Bachelor's Degree (4 years) Biology Physics Chemistry CLS Program (1-2 year) clinical rotations, training, internship Certification Medical Lab Technician clinical lab work, analysis, recording Responsibilities Medical Lab Technologist/Scientist Qualifications What you need to know What you need to know Occupational Outlook What you need to know knowledge of modern clinical laboratory analysis chemistry, biochemistry,immunology, microbiology and related laboratory specialties clinical laboratory terminology recent developments in clinical laboratory techniques; and safety procedures Level 3 Blood bank technologists, or immunohematology technologists, collect, classify, and prepare blood and its components for transfusions. Clinical chemistry technologists prepare specimens and analyze the chemical and hormonal contents of body fluids. Molecular biology technologists perform complex protein and nucleic acid tests on cell samples. Studying the relationship of DNA abnormalities and the disease process Cytotechnologists prepare slides of body cells and examine these cells with a microscope for abnormalities that may signal the beginning of a cancerous growth. Immunology technologists examine elements of the human immune system and its response to foreign bodies. Microbiology technologists examine and identify bacteria and other microorganisms. Phlebotomist provide patients with accurate test results, a phlebotomist draws blood with skill and precision in order to obtain quality specimens. Cytogenetic Technologist studies the relationship of chromosomal abnormalities to specific diseases and examines slides with chromosomes from blood cells looking for changes using various staining techniques to compare stain patterns Level 1 Discuss results and findings to the physicians Ability to use technology. Medical laboratory technologists and technicians must understand how to operate complex machinery. Detail oriented. Medical laboratory technologists and technicians must follow exact instructions from physicians in order to perform correct tests or procedures. Dexterity. Medical laboratory technologists and technicians require skill while working with their hands. They work closely with needles and precise laboratory instruments and must be able to handle these tools effectively. Physical stamina. Medical laboratory technologists and technicians may work on their feet for long periods while

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Clinical Lab

Transcript: SIMONE AVESANI VR439463 URINE COLLECTION PRE-ANALYTICAL VARIABLES BLOOD COLLECTION LABORATORY ERRORS ERRORS Errors during laboratory exam: Pre-Analytical (61,9%) Analytical (15%) Post-Analytical (23,1%) PRE-ANALYTICAL ERRORS IN DETAIL Patient identification Patient preparation Tube filling errors Inappropriate container Errors in processing Transportation TYPE OF ERRORS Is important to distinguish between two types of errors: cognitive errors non-cognitive errors COGNITIVE COGNITIVE They are due to poor knowledge or judgment prevented by increased training, competency evaluation, and process aids NON-COGNITIVE NON-COGNITIVE interruptions in a process during even routine analysis involving automated The vast majority of errors can be reduced by improving the work environment ERROR WITH PATIENTS ERRORS WITH PATIENTS Most common and problematic errors during pre-analytical step Two of these errors are the patient identification and the patient preparation PATIENT IDENTIFICATION Required to provide correct results to the clinicians A good identification requires unique identifiers from the patient Information on laboratory requisitions or electronic orders must also match patient information in their electronic medical record. Today the majority of laboratories use barcoded labeling systems to preserve sample identification PATIENT IDENTIFICATION PATIENT PREPARATION PATIENT PREPARATION Each laboratory exam requires prerequisites if prerequisites are not respected the results will be incorrect Ex: blood distribution differs significantly in relation to body posture so it's vital to specify the position in which to take the sample (supine position when analytes/protein are requested) PROCESSING AND TRANSPORTATION PROCESSING AND TRANSPORTATION Transportation time may be a factor Ice packs useful to preserve specimens High temperatures could ruin our specimens Turbulence during transportation can even affect concentrations of certain analytes BLOOD COLLECTION Blood specimens must be collected in the right tube in order to get accurate test results Is important to have the correct anticoagulant in the tube Common mistake is to collect specimens for lithium analysis in a lithium heparin tube (falsely elevated lithium values) ANTICOAGULANTS EDTA : the anticoagulant of choice for complete blood count (also used for pre-transfusion testing) Heparin : anticoagulant recommended for the determination of pH blood gases, electrolytes, and ionized calcium Citrate : for coagulation testing Potassium oxalate (with sodium fluoride, sodium iodoacetate): to inhibit enzymes involved in the glycolytic pathway ANTICOAGULANTS BLOOD TUBE BLOOD TUBE Purple/lavender : EDTA Green : Heparin Grey: oxalate-fluoride tube Light blue : citrate Red : serum tube Yellow : microbiological blood culture tubes Royal blue : trace metal analysis URINE COLLECTION Urinalysis is one of the key diagnostic tests timing and collection techniques are important There are three different timings of collection: random collection morning collection (the best sample) 12-24-hour collection (better for quantitative analysis) COLLECTION COLLECTION For urine dipstick and pregnancy testing any clean and dry container is acceptable. For other specific exam, the sample should be collected in sterile plastic cups In some cases the containers could contain some other substances useful for the analysis as hydrochloric acid, boric acid, or glacial acetic acid CONSERVATION CONSERVATION Urine conservation at room temperature is acceptable at most for two hours After two hours it must be refrigerated, but usually not more than 12 hours

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