BL3411 - Clinical Microbiology

This course involves laboratory isolation, identification and reporting of microorganisms from clinical specimens originating from the head and neck, the gastro-intestinal tract, and other miscellaneous sources. It is at an advanced level of understanding and interpretation. It is intended to introduce 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 and quality assurance is incorporated.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of semester 7

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