and Hematology Experts to Present at
Please join Grant
Beardsley, MS, MT(ASCP), Clinical
Toxicologist, and Michael Suter, MT(ASCP),
SH, Technical Specialist, Hematology, at the 2009 Oregon Scientific Seminar: Wave of the Future.
September 17 – 18, 2009
Best Western Agate Beach Inn
by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Scientists – Oregon and the Oregon
State Society of American Medical Technologists
MARROW FAILURE SYNDROMES
18, Session #7, 8:30 a.m.
session will focus on the overlapping disease categories associated with
related pancytopenia: aplastic anemia, PNH, LGL, and myelodyplasia. We will
discuss current concepts in disease biology and the role of the lab in disease
detection and classification. Local cases will be presented as examples of each
condition. A review of the WHO classification scheme for myelodysplasia will be
PAIN PRESCRIPTION TO ENSURE PATIENT,
and PRACTICE SAFETY
18, Session #10 1:00 p.m.
– 4:30 p.m.
treating chronic pain frequently order urine tests looking for evidence
analgesic drugs and other controlled substances to help assure compliance and
undeclared use and diversion. This presentation will address the emerging
testing used in pain management, the analytical methods and the interpretation
the laboratory test results. Clinical cases will be reviewed and time will be
available for questions and comments.
For more information on the seminar, please