B2B Video: Medical Laboratory Science - An Emergency Blood Transfusion Workup
Date Recorded: 9/27/2017
Last Day to Register: 9/29/2019
Instructional Hours: 1.50
Online Evaluation: Available 9/27/201710/11/2019
Pre-Test? No
Post-Test? No
*For Videos with a post test, you must score 75% or higher and complete the online evaluation before the evaluation close date to receive credit.
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Disclosure Statement: This session is presented as a part of the Bench to Bedside Student Success Seminar Series, which targets pre-health, undergraduate students, and does not meet professional development education requirements for practicing health professionals.
Description: Explore the field of Medical Laboratory Science while examining emergency blood transfusion processes. Session participants will use blood banking techniques to determine patient’s and his friend’s blood type. They will then use the patient’s and friend’s blood type results to determine which friend(s) can donate blood to the injured man.
Handouts: No handouts are currently available.

Accreditations and Pricing

AccreditationsConsortium MembersAll Others 
Bench 2 Bedside Participants $0.00
Area Health Education Consortium StudentParticipation recognition only: This program is presented by SC AHEC and meets South Carolina AHEC Best Practice Standards.

Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
This B2B session will introduce students to a career in Medical Laboratory Science to include who works in the clinical laboratory.
This B2B session will provide a brief overview of the McLeod School of Medical Technology to include admissions criteria, typical day in a clinical laboratory.
This B2B session will introduce students to blood banking techniques used in the clinical laboratory.
This B2B session will provide students with an opportunity to perform clinical laboratory testing through a blood banking activity. Students will: a. Perform standard tests used for blood type identification. b. Interpret test results and draw conclusions. c. Use prior knowledge to solve a problem. d. Learn about the form and function of blood components.

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