Immunohematology (CLLS 258)
Theory of contemporary blood banking, including collection, storage and processing of blood components, role of RBC antigens and antibodies in compatibility testing and transfusion practice, application of test results in conditions such as hemolytic disease of the newborn and transfusion reactions, and beginning problem solving. Pre-Requisites:BIOL 205 with a grade of C or better. Co-Requisites:CLLS 259. Typically Offered Fall Only
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