MLCC 202 – Clinical chemistry 2

Dr.Hadeel Said Tawfik

Course lecturer :

Assistant lecturer Samir

Aya Helal

Basma El shaer

youmna Magdy

fatma Foad

Demonstrators: Nourhan Ashraf

Esraa El wakil

Nourhan Gaber

Course assistant :

This course is concerned with the study of the pathological conditions including lipid disorders, Cardiovascular diseases, Thyroid, Parathyroid functions and Assessments of Male, Female reproductive systems and their assessment in clinical laboratory and interpretations. Also, this course focuses on the relevance of biochemical tests, reference range and abnormal levels of these biochemical components. Moreover, the students will apply diverse analytical procedures, instrumentation, automation and laboratory mathematics common used in labs

Course objectives :

At the end of this course, the student will: • Demonstrate and understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of different organs. • Be thoroughly familiar with each technique, with general methods of clinical chemistry, and with the purity of chemicals, solvents and reagents. • Correctly perform various types of laboratory calculations. • Explain the principles of methods and the selection and use of appropriate analytical equipment. • Explain the purpose of each reagent used in an analysis and each essential component of an instrument. • Adopt and demonstrate safe work practices. • Discuss the functions of reference values and changes seen in health and disease. • Evaluate and interpret laboratory data to ensure accuracy and reliability. • Detect and verify abnormal results and confirm the presence of disease states. • Work independently but as an essential part of the health care team.

Course description :

Assignment (throughout the course) 3% Research project and interactive learning 7% • Mid Term 15% Final exam (Practical) 25% Final exam (theoretical) 50%

Course assessment :

Carl A. Burtis, PhD and David E. Bruns, MD. Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, 7th Edition: Saunders, 7th Edition, 2014.

Recommended text books :

William Marshall, Márta Lapsley, Andrew Day, Ruth Ayling.Clinical Biochemistry:Metabolic and Clinical Aspects. Churchill Livingstone. 2014

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