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- Course Introduction
- Aspirin Therapy and Introduction to Aspirin Resistance
- Platelets and Aspirin
- Aspirin Dosing
- Aspirin Resistance
- Algorithmic Approach For a Patient With Suspected Aspirin Resistance
- Factors that May Limit the Effectiveness of Aspirin
- True or False: Aspirin's ability to suppress prostaglandins and thromboxane A2 creation is due to its irreversible inactivation of the cyclooxygenase ...
- Clopidogrel Therapy and Clopidogrel Resistance
- Platelets and Clopidogrel
- Clopidogrel Dosing
- Clopidogrel Resistance
- Which of the following is a receptor that is located on platelet cell membranes and is inhibited by clopidogrel, thereby preventing platelet aggregati...
- Antiplatelet Medication Response Testing: Specimen Collection and Handling Requirements
- Aspirin and Clopidogrel Response Testing
- Monitoring Response to Aspirin and Clopidogrel Therapy
- Optical Light Transmission
- Aspirin Response Analysis: Optical Light Transmission Aggregometry
- Clopidogrel Response Analysis: Optical Light Transmittance Aggregometry
- Whole Blood Impedance Aggregometry
- Aspirin Response Analysis: Whole Blood Impedance Aggregometry
- Clopidogrel Response Analysis: Whole Blood Impedance Aggregometry
- True or False: Arachadonic acid is routinely used as an agonist to assess clopidogrel effectiveness in whole blood impedance aggregometry methods.
- Helena Laboratories PlateletWorks Kit
- Aspirin Response Analysis: Helena Laboratories PlateletWorks Kit
- Clopidogrel Response Analysis: Helena Laboratories PlateletWorks Kit
- Cartridge-Based Platelet Aggregation
- Other Aspirin Response Tests
- Other Clopidogrel Response Tests
- Additional Clopidogrel Response Tests
- Clopidogrel Response Analysis: Thromboelastography
- CYP2C19 Genotyping for Clopidogrel
- Which platelet aggregometry methodology measures thrombi creation by tension on a wire which is measured in a curve plot by the analyzer?
- Treatment for Antiplatelet Medication Resistant Patients
- Treatment Alternatives When Aspirin or Clopidogrel Non-responsiveness is Detected
Level of instruction: Intermediate
Intended Audience: Medical laboratory scientists, medical technologists, and technicians. This course is also appropriate for medical laboratory science students and pathology residents.
Author information: Leah Coppolino, MPH, CLS(NCA), MT(ASCP) is the Director of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
. She holds a Masters in Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University
Reviewer information: Shawn Luby, CLS(NCA), MT(ASCP) received his Clinical Laboratory Science degree in December 2006 from the University of North Carolina. He currently works at UNC hospital's McClendon Laboratory as a generalist, with focus in general hematology, coagulation studies, and hematology/oncology.
Reviewer information: Michael P. Ero, MLS(ASCP), CLS(CA), MBA is the Founder and President of Machaon Diagnostics, a clinical reference laboratory specializing in bleeding and clotting disorders. Michael has over three dozen publications in the field of thrombosis and hemostasis and has presented his work at national and international scientific meetings. He has been primary investigator on over 130 clinical trials and studies with physical, molecular, immunologic or hemostatic endpoints. He is currently an adjunct instructor at the School of Medical Technology at Michigan State University. He was previously the vice president of the Coagulation Center, Inc. of Oakland, California overseeing the delivery of comprehensive coagulation and platelet services. He has held past clinical- and research-focused positions with The Scripps Research Institute, Loyola University Medical Center and the University of Illinois, Chicago. He holds an MBA from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts and a BS in Medical Technology from Michigan State University.