Peripheral blood film (PBF) is a basic and a highly informative haematological tool at the clinician’s disposal in screening, diagnosis and monitoring of disease progression and therapeutic response. An adept understanding of peripheral blood interpretation is important for a successful clinical practice. Join us in this live interactive session with Dr. Maher Aljohani to Identify and differentiate red cells, white cells, and platelets using light microscopy.
You can join and gain knowledge from this session for free. You also have the option to pay SR 75 to upgrade for some additional benefits. When you upgrade you will receive a certificate of achievement and 3 CME hours if you attend the session live.
By the end of the session, learners will be able to:
1- Identify and differentiate red cells, white cells, and platelets using light microscopy.
2- Correlate morphology of peripheral blood with each disease state involving RBCs, WBCs, and platelets.
3- Demonstrate the necessary skills to troubleshoot technical errors.