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A rap anthem for lab rats everywhere.
Thanks to University Medical Center (UMC) hospital in Las Vegas for letting us shoot in their lab!
Cinematography by Variables of Light® : http://variablesoflight.com
Lyrics: ZDoggMD and Dr. Harry
(assist from Facebook fans: Camellia Austin, Jennifer Carter, Kate Christofersen)
Audio production and track engineering: Devin Moore
Extras (real lab peeps from UMC!):
Dr. Ronald Knoblock
And a special thanks to those fans who donated money to help fund the production!
Justin Abeyta is the Senior Clinical Laboratory Sciences Instructor here at the Arizona Medical Training Institute. He teaches and develops curriculum for both the Phlebotomy Technician and Medical Lab Assistant programs. Justin has a real passion for working in a lab and his students love his enthusiasm for teaching. Thanks Justin for sharing your story!
This lesson discusses the phases of laboratory testing (before testing, testing, after testing) and provides an overview of the importance of all pre-analytical processes in collecting a valid sample. This is an essential component for all health professionals to comprehend because these variables directly affect the quality of the lab sample and the validity of the test results. This lesson is presented in an easily understandable manner and is intended for students, phlebotomists, cna’s, nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals.
This clip discusses how to overcome the challenges in finding and accessing veins on geriatric patients to obtain adequate samples of blood for laboratory testing.
For the full-length DVD containing this clip, visit visit http://www.phlebotomy.com/product/6032.cpe. Streaming option also available.
What you don’t know about your patient’s blood can kill you. A little-known fact revealed in this video will likely make you think twice before drawing blood without gloves again.
For the full-length streaming video containing this clip, visit visit http://www.phlebotomy.com/product/4100-s.cpe.
Phlebobomy tubes. There are sooooooo many. I show you 4 of the most basics ones used in the laboratory and what department they are processed in.
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Medical Lab Technician
What is an MLT?
Medical Laboratory Technology is a profession which combines the challenges and rewards of both medicine and science. A medical laboratory technician performs a wide range of laboratory tests including microscopic examination of blood, identification of bacteria and viruses and other laboratory testing that can lead to the diagnosis of diseases such as AIDS, diabetes, and cancer.
Skills/Training needed to become a MLT:
We combine course work in general education, life sciences and the specific medical laboratory sciences, with clinical practicums. This mix, along with classes in written and verbal communication, gives you a solid, broad-based education, one that prepares you to enter the field.
Degree options for MLT:
Associate in Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technician
Occupational outlook for careers in MLT:
The job market for MLTs remains strong, and Barton graduates maintain an excellent placement record. With salaries starting at around $32,000, your education at Barton makes you an integral part of the health care team, a detective that searches for the clues to the causes of illness and injury.
Why choose Bartons MLT Program?
Barton’s MLT Program combines the value of tradition with the enhancements of innovation. Barton’s MLT Program graduates are well respected in the field. Clinical partners provide internships, giving students hands-on experience and access to state-of-the-art equipment.