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Continuing education courses on
Histology Special Stains: Carbohydrates,
Metabolic Syndrome, and
Antinuclear Antibody Testing: Methods and Pattern Interpretation
now available from LabCE.com

Dear laboratory professional ,

Three new courses are now available from LabCE.com. We're continually expanding our course library so that you can meet ASCP, AMT, and state license renewal requirements, year after year.

A one-year subscription to LabCE.com includes access to 69 courses (100+ hours of P.A.C.E.-approved continuing education). Subscribe online for instant access, or learn more at LabCE.com. Use promo code LABCE06 to get three free months on your individual subscription, i.e. fifteen months for the price of twelve.

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New course: Histology Special Stains: Carbohydrates
1 P.A.C.E. Contact Hour

This course is the first in a series of courses that will explore special stains used in the clinical histology laboratory. Basic carbohydrate staining mechanisms and classifying carbohydrates will be discussed. The material presented details the chemistry, diagnostic application and staining protocols for special stains used to demonstrate carbohydrates in tissue samples.

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New course: Metabolic Syndrome
1 P.A.C.E. Contact Hour

This course discusses the metabolic syndrome, a diagnosis that is not associated with one particular disease, but rather the probability of developing certain diseases or disorders as a result of a combination of defined risk factors. Explanations are presented about the inter-relationship between cytokines produced by adipose tissue and metabolic syndrome risk factors. Laboratory tests that are used to detect and monitor metabolic syndrome are also discussed.

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New course: Antinuclear Antibody Testing: Methods and Pattern Interpretation
2 P.A.C.E. Contact Hours

Laboratory methods for detection and identification of antinuclear antibodies (ANA's) are complex. Proper training is required to correctly interpret results at both the laboratory and clinical level. This educational program provides a comprehensive review of the methods, interpretation, and clinical significance of ANA testing. The material presented will emphasize techniques and interpretation and will be of practical use to laboratory technologists, pathologists, clinicians, and rheumatologists.

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labce@medialabinc.net

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