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Subject
Medical Laboratory Science - MLSC

Course
2319

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the specific characteristics, including culture requirements and morphology, of: Gram-negative diplococci (notably M. catarrhalis, N. gonorrhoeae and N. meningitidis), Gram-negative coccobacilli (notably Haemophilus spp.), and anaerobes (notably C. perfringens and B. fragilis).
  • Explain the significance of the bacteria stated above in terms of epidemiology, pathogenesis and the spectrum of disease.
  • Evaluate the successes and challenges in the prevention and treatment of infectious disease caused by these microorganisms.
  • List the classes of antimicrobials and their subgroupings and generations, and spectrum of activity.
  • Explain the modes of action and target sites of each class of antimicrobials.
  • Perform current AST methods, including techniques used to screen for and confirm mechanisms of resistance.
  • Prepare lab reports that comprehensively and accurately document work and test results in support of isolate identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing.

Effective as of Fall 2022

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