Read the case study of a blood donation during pregnancy due to anti-Ku hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn. Too long, don’t want to read? You can listen to the podcast.
In light of a recent study published by Gammon et al in Lab Medicine, we wondered if blood donation centers had explored options other than ferritin levels to screen for donor suitability. So, a poll!
Recently, Lab Medicine published ASCP’s 2015 Wage Survey. If you have a chance to read it, take a few moments to answer the poll:
Since it’s National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week–aka Lab Week–we’d like to start off the week with a poll.
Happy Lab Week, everyone!
Edited 4/25/14 to add: Thanks for playing, everyone! The correct answer–which over 88 percent of you knew–is Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
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