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PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH Prototype Course Syllabus Course Title: Clinical Chemistry 1 Course Description: The course deals with the quantitative measurement of biochemical substances found in body fluids essentially blood. This involves the knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of their metabolism, laboratory analyses, and pathophysiology. Quality assurance and safety are given due emphasis. Course Credit: 4 units (3
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    PASMETH, Inc.Copyright © 2008 All Rights Reserved. PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH Prototype Course Syllabus Course Title: Clinical Chemistry 1 Course Description: The course deals with the quantitative measurement of biochemical substances found in body fluids essentially blood. This involves the knowledge and understanding of thebasic concepts and principles of their metabolism, laboratory analyses, and pathophysiology. Quality assurance and safety are given due emphasis. Course Credit: 4 units (3 units lecture, 1 unit laboratory) Contact Hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory per week (54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory per semester) Prerequisites: Biochemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology Placement: Third Year, 1 st Semester Terminal Competencies: At the end of this course, the student is able to:1. explain the different biochemical substances, their metabolism, actions, reference ranges and variables that may affect their analyses2. correlate test results with pathologic conditions3. apply concepts and principles of instrumentation in the laboratory4. perform basic laboratory calculations5. practice quality assurance and laboratory safety6. perform correctly laboratory assays used to measure concentration of specific analytes7. solve common problems encountered in the clinical laboratory8. manifest professionalism References: 1. Anderson, Shauna and Susan Cockyane. Clinical Chemistry: Concepts and Applications. USA: Waveland Press Inc., 2007.2. Arneson, W. and J. Brickell. Clinical Chemistry: A Laboratory Perspective. USA: F.A. Davis Co., 2007.3. Ashwood E., D. Bruns and C. Burtis. Tietz’s Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry 6 th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 2007.4. Ashwood E., D. Bruns and C. Burtis. Tietz’s Textbook of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics 4 th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 2007.5. Bishop, Michael L. et.al. Clinical Chemistry: Principles, Procedures, Correlation’s, 5 th   ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams, Philadelphia, 2005.    PASMETH, Inc.Copyright © 2008 All Rights Reserved. 6. Crook, Martin. Clinical Chemistry and Metabolic Medicine 7 th ed. USA: Hodder Arnold Publication, 2006.7. Furr, Keith. CRC Handbook of Laboratory Safety 5 th   ed. USA: CRC, 2000.8. Garza, Diana and Kathleen Becan-McBride. Phlebotomy Handbook: Blood Collection Essentials 7 th ed. USA: Prentice Hall, 2004.9. Helms, Joel R. Mathematics for Medical and Clinical Laboratory Professionals. USA: Delmar Learning, 2008.10. Hibbert, Brynn. Quality Assurance in the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory. USA: Oxford University Press, 2007.11. Hoeltke, Lynn. Phlebotomy: Principles and Procedures. USA: Delmar Learning, 2006.12. Kaplan, A., A. Pesce and S. Kazmierczak. Clinical Chemistry: Theory, Analysis, Correlation 4 th ed. Edinburgh: Mosby, 2002.13. Lewandrowski, Kent. Clinical Chemistry: Laboratory Management and Clinical Correlations. USA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002.14. Marshall, William and Stephen Bangert. Clinical Chemistry 5 th   ed. Edinburgh: Mosby, 2004.15. McClatchey, Kenneth. Clinical Laboratory Medicine 2 nd ed. USA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002.16. Mcpherson, Richard A. and Matthew R. Pincus. Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods 21 st ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc., 2007.17. Prichard, Elizabeth and Victoria Barwick. Quality Assurance in Analytical Chemistry. USA: Wiley-Interscience, 2007.18. Sacher, Ronald and Richard McPherson. Widmann’s Clinical Interpretation of Laboratory Tests 11 th ed. Thailand: F.A. Davis, 2000.19. Scott M., A. Gronowski and C. Eby. Tietz’s Applied Laboratory Medicine 2 nd   ed. USA: Wiley-Liss, 2007.20. Wu, Allan. Tietz’s Clinical Guide to Laboratory Tests 4 th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 2006. Electronic References: 1. http://webpages.chhs.niu.edu/williams/AHP318/ClinicalChem.htm2. http://www.dgrhoads.com/links.shtml3. http://www.kmcsystems.com/invitro_clinical.asp#14. http://www.ualberta.ca~intd410/departments/spoc.html5. http://www2.apsu.edu/~thompsonj/clin-chem-page1.htm
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