Course Offered: Spring, Summer, Fall
Prerequisite Courses: CPB 151
Instructor: Dan Walsh, LVT
This course is the third of three courses that provide basic instruction in the concepts of Clinical Pathology to the veterinary technician student. CPB 15200 will place an emphasis on the basic concepts of clinical chemistry, urinalysis evaluation, as well as, the fundamentals of cytological sample handling and evaluation. Students are expected to achieve a level of understanding in commonly used clinical pathology terminology so that they will be able to communicate effectively with the veterinarian regarding laboratory findings.
Method of Delivery: Primarily web-based exercises, projects, textbook, "handouts", internet and examinations (on-line or paper).The exercises will be completed on line and submitted to the instructor. Supplemental material will be offered on line as content (in addition to the textbook). Quizzes and exams will be sent to a proctor when requested by a student. The proctor must be a veterinarian, an accredited veterinary technician (RVT, LVT, or CVT), or an educator/teacher at a school, college, or university. he proctor will return the completed exam to the instructor for grading.
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