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Hematology Course Package

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4.0 credits

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Online learning resources and continuing education course package on hematology conditions use of peripheral blood smears for veterinarians and vet techs.

Do you struggle with hematology interpretations and diagnostic approaches for patients who present for anemia? Do you know the proper procedure for preparing and examining a peripheral blood smear?If you answered yes, or want to learn more on these topics, this course package is right for you! This seven-module course package is designed to support learners interested in further developing their understanding of how to diagnose and suggest treatment for different hematological conditions with the support of peripheral blood smears. Video-based modules and case studies are leveraged to provide a comprehensive educational experience where learners can observe techniques and practice their knowledge within example scenarios. 

This course package consists of the following:

Case Study: Barkley

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Barkley”, who presents to a clinic for iron deficiency anemia.

Case Study: Andie

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Andie”, who presents to a clinic for Immune-mediated Hemolytic Anemia.

Case Study: Sydney

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Sydney”, who presents to a clinic for Immune-mediated Thrombocytopenia.

Case Study: Finny

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Finny”, who presents to a clinic for blood loss anemia.

Case Study: Cuzco

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Cuzco”, who presents to a clinic for Mycoplasma haemofelis.

Case Study: Freddie

o  This case study follows the progress of a patient, “Cuzco”, who presents to a clinic for Ehrlichia canis.

Learning Module: Evaluating Blood Smears and Analyzing Erythrocyte Morphology

o   This module discusses the basics of how to prepare and examine a peripheral blood smear, and it provides an overview of important erythrocyte abnormalities that the general practitioner will see in clinical practice.