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ASCP Case Reports Transfusion Medicine Series 2015

2015 Case Reports for Individuals

This online multi-purpose self-learning tool is offered in 8 different series covering every major area of clinical and anatomic pathology. The Transfusion Medicine section features 8 peer-reviewed clinical cases, each including a detailed literature review and discussion. Topics range from clinical transfusion practice, patient blood management, transplant support, immunohematology, therapeutic apheresis, stem cell collection, donor eligibility, and donor management.

Key Features:

  • Convenient, streamlined--Read exercises online, download them to your computer, or print them out
  • Online exam with certificates available for immediate download
  • CME and CMLE credits available
  • Fulfills requirements for MOC Part II Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs CME) as well as CMP requirements for laboratory professionals
  • Content remains available for 3 years after purchase
  • Intravascular Hemolysis and Necrotizing Enterocolitis in the Newborn Case Reports Transfusion Medicine
  • Case Reports Transfusion Medicine 2015 Exercise 2: Hemophilia C: Presentation, Diagnosis, and Treatment
  • The Mysterious Postoperative Appearance of Lupus Anticoagulant in a Patient Postoperatively: Fact or Fiction?-Case Reports
  • In Vivo Mechanical Hemolysis and Laboratory Testing-Case Reports
  • The Role of Red Blood Cell Exchange in the Treatment of Priapism in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease-Case Reports
  • DAT-Negative Hemolytic Anemia-Case Reports
  • Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome-Case Reports
  • Anti-G Alloantibody in a Pregnant Woman-Case Reports
  • List Price: $149.00 USD

Item Details:

You'll Receive:
Case history with discussion (8 in total) and, when appropriate, laboratory data, differential diagnosis, pertinent references, digital images, and illustrative tables and figures. CME/SAM questions allow readers to synthesize what they have read and obtain credit for participating...

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