NOV 15, 2013 08:00 AM PST
Pediatric Coagulation Case Studies
Presented at the Stago EdVantage Virtual University Virtual Event
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/CE/CEU) CREDITS: P.A.C.E. CE | Florida CE
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Speakers:
  • Manager, Hematology & Flow Cytometry Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Children's Hospital Colorado
    Biography
      Gabrielle earned her BSMT from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. She has managed clinical laboratories ranging from small satellite laboratories to specialized laboratory sections in large metropolitan hospitals. Gabrielle worked for Poudre Valley Health System for 10 years, was a Technical Support Specialist for Diagnostica Stago for 2 years, followed by managing the hematology section at Children's Hospital Colorado for 5 years. Gabrielle is currently the Sr. Manager of Core Laboratory Operations at Children's Hospital Colorado. She lives in Parker, CO and enjoys spending her time with her family and 2 wire haired miniature dachshunds.

      University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
      BS, Wildlife Mgmt 1987 - 1992

    Abstract:
    Does one size really fit all?  Selection, performance and interpretation of laboratory tests for pediatric patients presents a significant daily challenge for clinicians, medical directors and laboratorians.  This presentation of particularly interesting cases by a laboratory supervisor at a children’s hospital will demonstrate clinical applications in which coagulation testing made a positive impact in diagnosis and management, and increased the incidence of favorable outcomes for young patients.
     
    • Review pediatric coagulation case studies including disease states.
    • Compare coagulation results before and after therapeutic treatment.
    • Identify unique challenges to coagulation testing in the pediatric setting.

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