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Liver: Physiology, Disease And Measurement Of Function

 Liver: Physiology, Disease and Measurement of Function (2934-08) Explore how to evaluate the six main functions of the liver by critically evaluating analyses used to assess hepatic sufficiency and aid diagnosis of disease. This comprehensive course sharpens your skills and expands your diagnostic expertise and assists you in performing measurements in clinical chemistry or core laboratory settings. Version Date: April 2008

Code 2934-08
Level Basic

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PEP hours: 33
CPS credits: 0
Level: Basic
Course Type: Intensive
Start Date: March 1 and October 1
Completion: 12 weeks
Delivery: Online via E-Learning Society
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of liver metabolism and liver function at the MLT level
Textbook: N/A
Equipment: Computer with Internet is required.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the various functions of the liver
  • Increase advanced level knowledge of the diseases that affect the function of the liver
  • Recognize the biochemical changes that occur in liver diseases
  • Understand the tests available to detect and monitor liver disease
  • Develop an appreciation of the vital role the liver plays in maintaining health and how susceptible it is to disease and injury
Author/Instructor: Paul Hutchinson, MLT
Version Date: April 2008