Nurse Practitioner: Pediatric Laboratory Data Interpretation
189.00
Early Bird 149.00
Livestream
Other
07/12/2022 8:00AM
4:00PM EDT
Instructor: Margaret Fitzgerald
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Schedule: 8am-4pm EDT (Includes breaks)
Contact Hours: 6 (0 Rx)

Dr. Fitzgerald will help you gain a deeper understanding of how to use of laboratory testing for your pediatric patients. The following topics are covered:

Assessment and Intervention in Common and Not So Common Anemias in Childhood
Learn about the clinical utility of commonly ordered hematologic laboratory parameters as part of the evaluation process of the infant/ child with or at-risk for anemia. Discover how to recognize the required laboratory evaluation in the assessment of the infant/ child with or at-risk for select genetically based hematologic conditions including thalassemia and sickle cell disease.

Evaluation of WBC and Select Infectious Disease Markers In the Sick Child: What and when to order
Dr. Fitzgerald will help you learn to Identify alterations in the WBC count and its differential influenced by infection. Find out how to recognize select laboratory diagnostics to be considered, including cultures, sepsis and other markers, when evaluating the infant and child with a suspected serious infectious disease.

Laboratory Diagnostics in Children with Select Acute Health Problems
Discover the appropriate use of laboratory testing as part of the clinical evaluation process of the child with or at risk for select acute health problems, including issues with circulating volume, renal impairment, new onset type 1 diabetes, thyroid disorders, others. Dr. Fitzgerald covers the clinical utility of select hematologic and chemistry-based laboratory parameters for these patients. You will also learn how to identify appropriate laboratory parameters.

Laboratory Data assessment of the child with select chronic health problems
Learn about the appropriate use of laboratory testing as part of the evaluation process of the child with or at risk for select chronic health problems. Dr. Fitzgerald discusses the clinical utility of commonly ordered laboratory tests such as lab chemistries, as part of the differential diagnosis process for the child with or at-risk for chronic health problems, including type 2 diabetes, asthma, dyslipidemia, overweight and obesity, and others.

Pediatric Laboratory Data Interpretation

189.00
Early Bird 149.00
Schedule: 8am-4pm EDT (Includes breaks)
Contact Hours: 6 (0 Rx)

Dr. Fitzgerald will help you gain a deeper understanding of how to use of laboratory testing for your pediatric patients. The following topics are covered:

Assessment and Intervention in Common and Not So Common Anemias in Childhood
Learn about the clinical utility of commonly ordered hematologic laboratory parameters as part of the evaluation process of the infant/ child with or at-risk for anemia. Discover how to recognize the required laboratory evaluation in the assessment of the infant/ child with or at-risk for select genetically based hematologic conditions including thalassemia and sickle cell disease.

Evaluation of WBC and Select Infectious Disease Markers In the Sick Child: What and when to order
Dr. Fitzgerald will help you learn to Identify alterations in the WBC count and its differential influenced by infection. Find out how to recognize select laboratory diagnostics to be considered, including cultures, sepsis and other markers, when evaluating the infant and child with a suspected serious infectious disease.

Laboratory Diagnostics in Children with Select Acute Health Problems
Discover the appropriate use of laboratory testing as part of the clinical evaluation process of the child with or at risk for select acute health problems, including issues with circulating volume, renal impairment, new onset type 1 diabetes, thyroid disorders, others. Dr. Fitzgerald covers the clinical utility of select hematologic and chemistry-based laboratory parameters for these patients. You will also learn how to identify appropriate laboratory parameters.

Laboratory Data assessment of the child with select chronic health problems
Learn about the appropriate use of laboratory testing as part of the evaluation process of the child with or at risk for select chronic health problems. Dr. Fitzgerald discusses the clinical utility of commonly ordered laboratory tests such as lab chemistries, as part of the differential diagnosis process for the child with or at-risk for chronic health problems, including type 2 diabetes, asthma, dyslipidemia, overweight and obesity, and others.