Renal Function Tests and Disease States, 2nd Edition (by ASCLS)

This course does not carry any current continuing education credits.

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Linda J. McCown, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM Clinical Laboratory Science, University of Illinois at Springfield

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This self-study course in urinalysis has been designed to provide participants with an overview of the role of urinalysis in the differentiation of disease states. The importance of renal function tests as they relate to the evaluation of the processes of glomerular filtration and tubular secretion and reabsorption are explored.

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Objectives

  • Correlate laboratory results with clinical disease states.
  • Describe the process of: calculating creatinine and inulin clearance,estimating glomerular filtration rate, determining renal plasma flow, calculating plasma creatinine, BUN, and Cystatin C concentrations
  • List the disorders associated with typical urinalysis findings.
  • Define the systemic conditions including bacterial and viral infections that may impact renal function.
  • List the tubular and glomerular disorders leading to kidney disease.
  • Describe the role of metabolic diseases as they relate to decreased and impaired renal functioning.

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This self-study course in urinalysis has been designed to provide participants with an overview of the role of urinalysis in the different­iation of disease states. The importance of renal function tests as they relate to the evaluation of the processes of glomerular filtration and tubular secretion and reabsorption are explored.

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