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Stago P.A.C.E® Accredited Lab Week Webinars

Laboratory Professionals

Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

APRIL 23-2 9 , 2 0 1 7 • # LABW E E K

On Demand Educational Opportunities Focused On:
• Improving Patient Care with Quality Results
• Utilizing the Right Test for the Right Patient
• Enhancing Best Practices in Clinical Settings

Stago Celebrates Lab Week
Get P.A.C.E.® Credits All Day Long
Monday, April 24th

Wednesday, April 26th

Friday, April 28th

Preanalytical Variables in Coagulation Testing
and Troubleshooting: Views From a Reference
Laboratory Practitioner

Direct Oral Anticoagulant Screening and
Measurement for Challenging Patient Cases

Coagulation Testing for Patients Presenting
with Trauma: A “Critical” Subject

Presented by: Michael P Gulseth, PharmD, BCPS,
FASHP - Program Director for Anticoagulation Services,

Presented by: Mitch Cohen, MD - Director of Surgery
at Denver Health Medical Center & Professor in the
Department of Surgery at the University of Colorado
School of Medicine

Presented by: John V. Mitsios, PhD - Assistant
Director, Special Coagulation Laboratory,
BioReference Laboratories
Hemostasis testing quality is determined by preanalytical
variables which encompass patient preparation, sample
collection, handling, transportation, processing and
storage. If any of the preanalytical variables are not
properly adhered to, incorrect or uninterpretable
results are reported resulting in possible adverse patient
consequences or delays in treatment. This webinar
will provide background on commonly performed
coagulation screening tests but also discuss the
impact of preanalytical variables on these tests.

Sanford USD Medical Center & Clinical Associate
Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University
of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
When patients taking direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs)
are admitted into the hospital, there may be a need for
bridging parenteral anticoagulation especially for those
at high risk of thrombosis recurrence. By presenting
information on DOAC interference in laboratory assays,
institutional experience, and case studies, this webinar
will address questions surrounding management of
patients on DOAC therapy.

According to the National Trauma Institute, trauma
accounts for 41 million emergency room visits and
2.3 million hospital admissions annually in the US,
resulting in an overall annual economic burden of $671
billion in healthcare costs and productivity losses. This
educational presentation will outline the clinical issues
along with diagnostic and treatment practices enabling
participants to learn how to implement these practices
in their local settings.

Each webinar will be available for one day only at
One P.A.C.E® credit for each one-hour Lab Week webinar
Intermediate level of instruction
Diagnostica Stago, Inc. is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences
by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® program.
Target Audience: Medical technologists, clinical laboratory scientists, clinical laboratory supervisors, pathologists,
and hospital pharmacists

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