Medical Laboratories From Medical Trends
|30,101||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$105.00/M|
Medical Laboratories from Medical Trends allows you to target individuals that operate and manage medical laboratories. Medical laboratories are where tests are done on clinical specimens in order to get information about the health of a patient as pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.
Medical laboratory personnel examine and analyze body fluids, and cells. They look for bacteria, parasites, and other microorganisms; analyze the chemical content of fluids; match blood for transfusions; and test for drug levels in the blood that show how a patient is responding to treatment.
Medical Laboratories employ individuals for; Medical Directors, Pathologists, Clinical biologists, Residents in Pathology, Anatomical pathology or Clinical biology, Pathologist Assistants, Laboratory Managers, Department Supervisors, Chief/Lead Technologists, Cytotechnologists, Medical Laboratory Scientists, Histotechnologists, Medical Laboratory Technicians, Histotechnicians, Medical Laboratory Assistants (Lab Aide), Phlebotomists, Transcriptionists, Specimen processors, and Secretaries.
Medical Laboratory personnel prepare specimens for examination, count cells, and look for abnormal cells in blood and body fluids. They use microscopes, cell counters, automated equipment and computerized instruments. With increasing automation and the use of computer technology, the work of technologists and technicians has become less hands-on and more analytical in laboratories. Medical laboratories perform complex chemical, biological, hematological, immunologic, microscopic, and bacteriological tests. Laboratories analyze samples for chemical content or a chemical reaction and determine concentrations of compounds such as blood glucose and cholesterol levels. They also type and cross match blood samples for transfusions.
Credibility of medical laboratories is paramount to the health and safety of the patients relying on the testing services provided by these labs. Medical laboratories are used by many medical doctors, research teams, and medical specialists. Laboratory technicians and other employees look at DNA samples, diseased skin cells, or any other microorganisms they study. Laboratories are used for blood banks, hematology, histology, microbiology, molecular diagnostics, and urinalysis; along with many others.
Education and training requirements to work in a medical laboratory is having a bachelor’s degree with a major in medical technology or one of life sciences; it is possible to qualify for some jobs with a combination of education and on the job and specialized training. Bachelor's degree programs in medical technology include courses in chemistry, biological sciences, microbiology, mathematics, and statistics, as well as specialized courses devoted to knowledge and skills used in the clinical laboratory. Medical and clinical laboratory technicians generally have either an associate degree from a community or junior college or a certificate from a hospital, a vocational or technical school, or the Armed Forces. A few technicians learn their skills on the job.
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Medical laboratories purchase products such as: agglutination viewer, aprons, bag holders, batteries, beakers, blood specimen collection, blood drawing chairs, boxes, shipping and storage supplies, brushes, Bunsen burners, burettes, cabinets, calibrations, centrifuges, chemicals; acid, alcohol, bases, buffers, salts, cleaners and detergents, clocks, computers, counters, culture tubes, cylinders, desiccators, dispensers, EKG and X ray supplies, exam tables, eye goggles, eyewash solution, filter flasks, filter paper, filters, first aid supplies, flasks, freezers, funnels, glove dispensers, hazardous material trash cans, hot plates, humidifiers, hydrometers, ice packs, incubators, jugs, lab jackets, labels and tape, laboratory bottles, liquid measures, load rings, measuring devices, measuring spoons and cups, medical carts, medical software, micro plates, microscopes, microscopes slides, microwave ovens, mouse and mouse pads, needles, office supplies, ovens, oxygen units, refrigerators, safety showers, safety signs and labels, sample cups, scales and weights, shakers, sharps disposal containers, sieves, slide mailers, specimen containers, stirrers, stool specimen collection, storage boxes, storage racks, syringes, tanks, test tubes; stands; clamps, thermometers, timers, tubing, urinalysis strips, urine specimen collection, vials, water baths, wrapping films and foils.
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