Introduction Did you ever wonder what blood is made of? Well, it’s more than just red-colored liquid! In this blog series about blood, we’ll startView More
Introduction In part 1 of our Safety series, I provided an introduction to laboratory safety principles. Part 2 showed you what a Biological Risk AssessmentView More
Part 3 of Med Lab Study Hall’s Medical Laboratory Safety series discusses Job Hazard Analysis as part of a Biological Risk Assessment.
Introduction In the first blog in our safety series, Laboratory Safety: Biosafety Introduction, I shared an overview of what biosafety is, why it is important,View More
Introduction It’s 20 minutes before the end of your shift and you’re really looking forward to going home for the day. You look up from yourView More
Introduction A particular laboratory calculation that confuses us when we’ve not done it for a while is dilution. Accurate dilutions are essential to accurate medical laboratoryView More
What do you think of when you wonder where your blood specimen goes after “the lab” collects it? Is it a magic box where theView More
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Science Nerds: see if you can find these inclusions on your next peripheral smear evaluation!
What are they? As laboratory professionals, one laboratory test we perform is a peripheral blood smear evaluation. We place a drop of patient blood on aView More