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Coagulation Core Course

Overview

The Coagulation Core Course provides students with an overview of the stages of coagulation, the function of platelets, secondary hemostasis, fibrinolysis and coagulation testing in the laboratory. The course reviews the components that make up coagulation, the role and contribution of platelets in coagulation, the balanced process of hemostasis, and the different hemostasis stages and how they form. It provides additional information regarding how to go about performing clinical screenings and conducting testing procedures, and how patterns found may lead to solid findings as well as follow up testing.

 

A recap of the key learnings including, knowledge assessment…and much more.

 

Objectives
  • Detailed information about the components and formation that make up coagulation formation
  • Factors that lead to the formation and prevention of blood clotting and other related developments
  • A recap of the key learnings including, a quiz to test your knowledge…and much more

 

Course Duration

1 hour

Section 1 | Overview of Coagulation & Fibrinolysis

Review the basics that define the occurrence and formation of coagulation and hemostasis.
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Section 1 Quiz | Overview of Coagulation & Fibrinolysis

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Section 2 | Primary Hemostasis

Review the structure, makeup and function of platelets and how to recognize their role in coagulation.
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Section 2 Quiz | Primary Hemostasis

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Section 3 | Secondary Hemostasis

Review what is involved in the activation and interaction of clotting factors.
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Section 3 Quiz | Secondary Hemostasis

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Section 4 | Fibrinolysis

Review the major components that are produced in clot formation and fibrinolysis.
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Section 4 Quiz | Fibrinolysis

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Section 5 | Routine Coagulation Assays

Review the processes undertaken in a coagulation laboratory to complete screening tests.
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Section 5 Quiz | Routine Coagulation Assays

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