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Certificate In 

Clinical Pathology

Course Description

Veterinary Pathology is the science that studies disease in animals.
In this short course, students will learn about Hematology Instruments, Clinical Chemistry Equipment, Standard Operating Procedures, Sample Handling, Blood Smears, CBC's, Electrolyte Function, Diagnostic and Diseases are just some of the topics covered in this interesting and challenging course.
























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Units of Study

Unit 1 -      Developing Operating Procedures - This unit covers standard operating procedures

Unit 2 -      Components Of The Complete Blood Count - This unit covers blood smears

Unit 3 -      The Erythrocytes, White Blood Cells and Immune System - This unit covers the cellular components of the blood

Unit 4 -      Abnormalities in the Red and White Blood Cell - This unit covers diseases in the blood

Unit 5 -      Renal Clinical Diagnostics and Disease - This unit covers blood handling, serum and renal dysfunction

Unit 6 -      Liver Diagnosis and Diseases - This unit covers diagnosing bloods with liver disease

Unit 7 -      Pancreatic and Gastrointestinal Diagnostics and Disease - This unit covers pancreatitis

Unit 8 -      Electrolyte Function - This unit covers the minerals found in the body

Unit 9 -      Components of the Urinalysis - This unit covers the steps in obtaining a urinalysis and sediment examinations

Unit 10 -    Testing - This unit covers the various tests available for pathology

Students Receive

Once course is complete

1 x Certificate In Clinical Pathology

1 x  Course Transcript




Certificate In Clinical Pathology

6 Months



Assessments - Exams 


Access to a computer

6 months

"This course is my favourite, the case studies are interesting, I found myself wondering what the outcome of the cases were. I was engrossed in all the different types of cells and the processes uses." Nicola

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