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National Open University Exam Past Question – CHS 303 JUNE/JULY EXAMINATION

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA CHS 303 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Techniques

14/16 AHMADU BELLO WAY, VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY JUNE/JULY EXAMINATION

 

COURSE CODE:     CHS303

COURSE TITLE:     Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Techniques (2 units)

TIME ALLOWED:  2Hours

INSTRUCTION:     Read the questions carefully. There are six questions to answer four. All

questions carry equal marks (17 ½ %) each

 

 

 

QUESTION 1

  1. a. Discuss clinical examination.  (10marks)
  2. b. What is Medical Tests?  (7 ½ marks)

 

 

QUESTION 2

  1. a. How many groups of diseases do we have?  (4 ½ marks)
  2. b. Explain th  (10 marks)
  3. c. List the tests that require overnight test. (3 marks)

 

 

QUESTION 3

  1. a. From which part of the body do you collect blood for laboratory test? (6 marks)
  2. b. What is the step involved in obtaining an appropriate, identified blood specimen

for laboratory test called? Explain further.                                               (6 marks)

  1. c. How many types of urine specimens do we have? List them.               (5 ½ marks)

 

 

QUESTION 4

  1. With the use of a table, describe the internationally accepted colour codes for blood specimen containers for laboratory tests.                                   (17½ marks)

 

 

QUESTION 5

  1. a. List some important techniques employed in the clinical laboratory analysis
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(4 marks)

  1. b. Discuss the four major divisions of clinical laboratory.  (13 ½ marks)

 

 

QUESTION 6

  1. Define the following: Electrophoresis, Optical Techniques, Chromatography, A

microscope and  Centrifugation                                                           (7 ½ marks)

  1. b. How do you carry out urine pregnancy test using pregnancy test strips? (10 marks)

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