Laboratory Combo-19 PART II (by 4CEUINC)

12 P.A.C.E. contact hour(s)

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This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.

When PART I is paired with PART II, it provides a 24.5 hour renewal package.

PART II of the Laboratory Combo-19 contains the following course titles:


  • Urine Collection Types: A Basic Review  (2 hrs Chemistry)

  • Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia  (2 hrs Hematology)

  • Transfusion Transmitted Infections  (1 hr Blood Bank and 1 hr Immunohematology)

  • Understanding Sepsis    (2 hrs Microbiology)

  • Use of Nucleic Acid Testing in Molecular Diagnosis  (2 hrs Molecular Pathology)

  • Introduction to Immunology and Immunopathology (2 hrs Serology) 



See more courses in: Blood Banking / Immunohematology; Clinical Chemistry / Urinalysis / Toxicology; Hematology; Immunology / Serology; Microbiology; Molecular Pathology

Included In These Course Packages

Continuing Education Credits

P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification) (CEU Unlimited): 12 hour(s)
Course number 511-081-19, approved through 6/30/2021
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Clinical Chemistry/UA/Toxicology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Blood Banking / Immunohematology): 1 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Immunohematology): 1 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Molecular Pathology): 2 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Serology/Immunology): 2 hour(s)
Course number 20-655355, approved through 6/30/2021

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Course Outline

  • DOWNLOAD or PRINT COURSE & QUIZ
      • PDF FILE: Course Material
      • PDF FILE: Final Quiz Questions
  • Cover & Intro
      • Page 1 - Course List
      • Page 2 - General Instructions
  • Urine Collection Methods: A Basic Review
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • About the Author
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Urinary Tract Overview
      • Page 2 - Urinary Tract Overview
      • Page 3 - Urinary Tract Overview
      • Page 4 - What Can You Determine From Urine?
      • Page 5 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Random Specimen
      • Page 6 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: First Morning Specimen
      • Page 7 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Clean Catch / Midstream Specimen
      • Page 8 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Timed Urine Specimen
      • Page 9 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Timed Urine Specimen
      • Page 10 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Catheter Collection - Indwelling
      • Page 11 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Catheter Collection - Straight / Suprapubic Aspirate
      • Page 12 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Pediatric Collection
      • Page 13 - TYPES OF COLLECTION: Other Collection - Pregnancy, Cytology, Drugs of Abuse
      • Page 14 - PROPER SPECIMEN LABELING & COMMON CAUSES OF REJECTION
      • Page 15 - REFERENCES
  • Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • Page 1 - Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT) Abstract
      • Page 2 - Introduction
      • Page 3 - Heparin & Pathophysiology
      • Page 4 - Clinical Diagnosis
      • Page 5 - Laboratory Diagnostics
      • Page 6 - Treatment
      • Page 7 - Treatment
      • Page 8 - Treatment & Conclusion
      • Page 9 - References
      • Page 10 - References
  • Transfusion Transmitted Infections
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • About the Author
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Overview & Diseases and Organisms
      • Page 2 - BACTERIAL: Gram positive, Gram negative, and Anaplasmosis
      • Page 3 - PARASITIC: Babesiosis
      • Page 4 - PARASITIC: Chagas Disease
      • Page 5 - PARASITIC: Leishmaniasis & Malaria
      • Page 6 - SPIROCHETES: Syphilis
      • Page 7 - VIRAL DISEASES
      • Page 8 - VIRAL: Cytomegalovirus & Dengue Fever
      • Page 9 - VIRAL: Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
      • Page 10 - VIRAL: Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
      • Page 11 - VIRAL: Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
      • Page 12 - VIRAL: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
      • Page 13 - VIRAL: Human T-Lymphotrophic Virus (HTLV)
      • Page 14 - VIRAL: HTLV and West Nile Virus (WNV)
      • Page 15 - VIRAL: Zika Virus
      • Page 16 - APPENDIX: TTI & Screening Test Types
      • Page 17 - REFERENCES
  • Understanding Sepsis
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • About the Author
      • SECTION: Sepsis Overview
      • Overview of Sepsis
      • Overview of Sepsis
      • How Does Sepsis Start?
      • Risk Factors for Sepsis
      • Risk Factors for Sepsis
      • Pathogen Information
      • How Does Sepsis Progress?
      • Time to Diagnose is Essential
      • TIME Graphic
      • Sepsis Quick Facts
      • Sepsis Quick Facts
      • SECTION: The Changing Criteria for Sepsis
      • The Changing Criteria
      • Understanding the Previous Sepsis-2 Criteria
      • Sepsis-2 - Clinical Manifestations of SIRS
      • Sepsis-2: What is Sepsis
      • Sepsis-2: What is Severe Sepsis
      • Sepsis-2: What is Septic Shock
      • What's New in Sepsis-3
      • Sepsis-3: Quick SOFA Score Criteria
      • Sepsis-3: SOFA Score Criteria
      • Sepsis-3: SOFA Score Criteria
      • Sepsis-3: Interpreting SOFA Score Criteria
      • Sepsis-3: What is Sepsis
      • Sepsis-3: What is Septic Shock
      • SECTION: Signs, Symptoms, & Diagnosis
      • Recognizing the General Signs & Symptoms of Sepsis
      • General Signs & Symptoms from a Physician's Perspective
      • General Signs & Symptoms from a Physician's Perspective
      • Sepsis Diagnosis
      • Sepsis Diagnosis - Time is of the Essence
      • Sepsis Diagnosis - 1 Hour Bundle
      • SECTION: Laboratory Testing
      • Typical Testing Measures for Identifying Sepsis
      • Blood Cultures
      • Culture and Gram Stain
      • Culture and Gram Stain
      • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
      • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
      • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
      • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
      • Lactate
      • C-Reactive Protein
      • Procalcitonin - what is it?
      • Procalcitonin - Quick Facts
      • Procalcitonin - Quick Facts
      • Procalcitonin - Results and Their Meaning
      • Additional Laboratory Tests
      • Visual Glance At Biomarkers of Bacterial Infection
      • SECTION: Sepsis Treatment
      • Sepsis Treatment Modalities
      • Sepsis Treatment
      • New Novel Treatment Protocol
      • SECTION: Post Sepsis Syndrome
      • Post Sepsis Syndrome (PSS)
      • SECTION: Summary
      • Sepsis in Summary
      • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
  • Use of Nucleic Acid Testing in Molecular Testing
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Nucleic Acid Detection in Molecular Diagnostics
      • Importance of Nucleic Acid Detection for HIV-1
      • Importance of Nucleic Acid Detection for HIV-1
      • Importance of Nucleic Acid Detection for HIV-1
      • Other Therapeutic Areas - Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
      • Other Areas - blood screening, human genetics, prenatal diagnosis
      • Other Areas - prenatal diagnosis, inherited diseases
      • Other Areas - inherited diseases, cancer markers
      • Other Areas - cancer markers
      • Conclusion
      • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
      • REFERENCES
  • Introduction to Immunonolgy and Immunopathology
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • Abstract
      • Innate Immunity
      • Function of Cells Involved in the Innate immunity
      • Adaptive Immunity
      • GRAPHIC: T and B-cell Activation and Function
      • Antibody vs. Cell Mediated Immunity
      • Passive vs. Active Immunization, Immunopathology, Hypersensitivity Reactions
      • Autoimmunity, Inflammation, Immunodeficiency
      • Conclusion
      • References
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