CLS 201 Clinical Hematology/Coagulation
Prerequisite: CLS 109, CLS 190, BI 104 or BI 202 (BI 104 or BI 202 can be taken concurrently) or instructor’s permission.
A study of blood-forming organs, the morphologic, biochemical and functional aspects of the cellular components and the mechanisms of hemostasis. Disorders are discussed and correlated with the abnormal results found in corresponding lab tests. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures and those used to differentiate normal and abnormal states.