BL3410 - Clinical Microbiology

This course is an introduction to the isolation, identification and reporting of microorganisms isolated from clinical specimens originating from the head and neck, the genito-urinary system and other miscellaneous sources. It is at an intermediate level and is intended to introduce the process of standard techniques and methodologies used to identify common pathogens in a routine clinical microbiology laboratory. Standardization of laboratory techniques, terminology, methods, and reporting will be emphasized. Quality control is incorporated.


Prerequisite(s): BL2421



This course is offered in the following programs:
Medical Laboratory Sciences