Joint Labor Management: Overcoming Analysis Paralysis

On July 26, 2017 - July 27, 2017

From 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Description: What is the significance of an elevated Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)? What does an elevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN) level indicate? What is the diagnostic difference between ST depression and ST elevation? How does pregnancy affect normal lab values? This seminar will look at the answers to these and many other questions regarding laboratory and diagnostic tests. Participants will learn the significance of both the normal findings of numerous commonly ordered laboratory tests as well as the implications of various abnormalities. Content will cover everything from hematology to chemistry studies, liver function tests to kidney function tests as well as topics such as interpreting the electrocardiogram and the chest X-ray. This seminar is meant to enhance the practice of healthcare workers in all clinical areas.

Objective: Upon completion of this program the participant will be able to:

• Identify the indications and benefits of various diagnostic tests.
• Describe the normal values associated with various diagnostic tests.
• Recognize abnormal diagnostic results and associated disease processes.
• Interpret diagnostic data as it relates to patient scenarios.

RNs, RNPs and PAs ONLY

More Information: For questions regarding the class or registration please call Laura M. Reese at (909) 302-8218
CEUs: 13.0 Contact Hours

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Hilton Garden Fontana
10543 Sierra Avenue, Fontana, CA, United States