BLOOD RESULTS INTERPRETATION
This course provides an overview of common blood tests carried out in clinical practice with a special focus on general practice. It will provide an overview of the relationship between normal physiology and disease processes. Provides guidance to interpretation of results within clinical context using a case study approach.
Full Blood Count; Haemoglobin and erythrocyte physiology. Patterns in anaemia. Iron studies.
Interpretation of inflammatory markers: ESR,WCC, CRP
Metabolic and Clinical Biochemistry
Hypo and hypernatraemia.
LFT, Albumin, ALT and association to Liver Disease.
Bloods in general practice
Case Study Approach using clinical cases.
***Limited places available
Suitable for nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and other healthcare professionals working in primary care.
The session was more than I expected”
“Delivered at the right level and pace”
“Very good knowledge and perspective of both primary and secondary care”
“ Good mix of theory and interaction”
“Covered a lot very well” “ learnt a lot”
“Answered all questions very well and demonstrated his knowledge “
“ This course has increased my knowledge/awareness/caution on prescribing co-amoxiclav and to avoid unnecessary tests.”
“ I feel more confident looking at blood results as my knowledge has increased”
“Speaker was extremely knowledgeable and pitched well"
Battersea Chatfield Surgery
(Near New street station)
19 September 2020
Manchester (Near Piccadilly station)
17 October 2020