CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND CLINICAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
cod. 14530

Academic year 2019/20
1° year of course - Second semester
Professor
PERTINHEZ Thelma, GALLO Mariana
Academic discipline
Biochimica clinica e biologia molecolare clinica (BIO/12)
Field
Scienze e tecniche di laboratorio biomedico
Type of training activity
Characterising
28 hours
of face-to-face activities
4 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
in ITALIAN

Integrated course unit module: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

Learning objectives

The course aims to provide the information and the scientific supports for a correct methodological approach that develops the knowledge and the necessary understanding of the topics of Clinical Biochemistry to allow a correct approach to the application aspects, specific to the student of the Bachelor Degree in Techniques Of biomedical laboratory. The acquired skills will allow to understand the complexity of biological samples, their variability, and the critical steps associated with their treatment and conservation. This will allow you to recognize the possible sources of error and apply the appropriate remedies.

Prerequisites

There is no mandatory propedeuticity, but considering that Clinical Biochemistry is an interdisciplinary subject, the student should have the basic concepts of Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Course unit content

The course includes integration between the disciplines of Biochemistry, Instrumental Biochemistry and General Clinical Biochemistry.

Full programme

The use of laboratory data in clinical practice. The interpretation of biochemical data. Reference and variability of laboratory data. Disorders of the hydrosiline equilibrium and of the acid-base balance. Isoenzymes. Determination of enzymatic activity. Analysis of blood and urine. Evaluation of hepatic function and diagnosis of idle. Diabetes mellitus. Glycemic homeostasis. Nucleotide metabolism and hyperuricemia. Metabolism of amino acids in clinical biochemistry. Clinical Molecular Biology and Molecular Diagnosis. Tumor markers.

Bibliography

The course includes integration between the disciplines of Biochemistry, Instrumental Biochemistry and General Clinical Biochemistry.

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons

Assessment methods and criteria

The final oral exam focuses on the topics of the program.

Other information

- - -