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Survey Questions/Items: 1. What are the different areas of rotation or sections present in your clinical laboratory training hospital?

A. Hematology B. Chemistry C. Clinical Microscopy D. Serology and Immunology E. Bacteriology F. Blood Bank G. Chromosomal and Metabolic Studies (Newborn Screening Test) H. Reception/ Phlebotomy I. Histopathology 2. Under each areas of rotation or sections, list down all routine laboratory tests available or offered, special tests, skills and tasks specific to each section or rotation related to the performance of laboratory tests. Note: Use the name actual name of lab. tests as indicated in your lab. forms. Categorize if 1. frequently available 2. sometimes unavailable 3. frequently unavailable but offered.

A. Hematology 1. Complete Blood Count 2. Hemoglobin 3. Hematocrit 4. White Blood Cell Count 5. Red Blood Cell Count 6. Platelet Count 7. Differential Count 8. Eosinophil Count 9. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate 10. Malarial Smear 11. Bleeding Time 12. Clotting Time 13. Clot Reaction Time 14. Prothrombin Time 15. APTT 16. Blood Morphology 17. Toxic Granulation 18. Blood Indices: a. MCV b. MCH c. MCHC 19. Reticulocyte count B. Chemistry 1. FBS 2. RBS 3. 2 hours PPBS 4. BUN 5. Creatinine 6. Uric Acid 7. Cholesterol 8. Triglyceride Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available

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9. HDL-LDL 10. VLDL 11. Total Protein 12. Serum Albumin 13. TP, AG Ratio 14. GCT 15. OGTT 16. Troponin I 17. Troponin T 18. Bilirubin 19. Stone Analysis 20. Serum Ketones 21. HbA1C 22. SGOT 23. SGPT 24. Alkaline Phosphatase 25. Acid Phosphatase 26. Amylase 27. Lipase 28. SLDH 29. CK-Total 30. CK-MB 31. Electrolytes: a. Na b. K c. Ca d. Cl e. Mg f. Inorganic Phosphorus g. Ionized Ca 32. 24 Hours Urine: a. Albumin b. Creatinine c. Creatinine Clearance 33. Body Fluids (CSF, Pleural, Peritoneal, etc.): a. Sugar b. Protein c. LDH 34. Thyroid Function Test and Tumor Markers: a.T3 b. T4 c. TSH c. FT3 d. FT4 e. PSA f. AFP g. CEA h. B-HCG i. Prolactin j. CA 125 k. CA 19-9 l. CA 15-3 m. Cortisol

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C. Clinical Microscopy 1. Routine Urinalysis 2. Routine Fecalysis Frequently available Frequently available

3. Bile test 4. Ketone test 5. Pregnancy test 6. Occult Bloood 7. Concentration Method (stool) 8. Semen Analysis 9. APTs test 10. Total Cell Count, Differential Count

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D. Serology and Immunology 1. 6 Hepatitis Markers (Anti HBc, Anti HBs, Anti HBe, HBsAG, HBeAg, Anti HAV IgM) 2. 3 Hepatitis Markers (HBsAG, Anti HBs, Anti HBc IgG) 3. HbsAg 4. Anti HBs 5. Anti HBc IgG 6. Anti HBc IgM 7. Anti HAV IgG 8. Anti HAV IgM 9. HBeAg 10. Anti Hbe 11. Anti HCV 12. HACT Screening 13. Test for Salmonella 14. Test for Dengue 15. Test for H. pylori 16. Test for Leptospira 17. VDRL/RPR 18. RA test 19. Confirmatory Test _TPHA 20. ASO 21. ASO Titer 22. CRP 23. C3 Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently unavailable but offered (send out)

E. Bacteriology 1. Culture only 2. Culture and Sensitivity 3. Blood C/S with ARD (one specimen, two specimen) 4. Gram Stain 5. AFB Stain 6. India Ink 7. KOH Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available

F. Blood Bank 1. Blood Typing 2. Direct Coombs Test 3. Cross Matching a. Whole blood b. Packed RBC c. Platelet Concentrate Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available

d. Fresh Frozen Plasma e. Cryoprecipitate

G. Chromosomal and Metabolic Studies 1. Newborn Screening Test H. Reception/ Phlebotomy 1. Ward, OP, ER extraction

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I. Histopathology 1. Paps Smear 2. Immunohistochemistry 3. Cell cytology 4. Biopsy Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available Frequently available

3. In a different page, under each area of rotation or sections, itemize the laboratory test under three categories: Allowed to be performed by interns strictly for laboratory staff only can be performed under close supervision by laboratory staff Stone Analysis Culture only Culture and Sensitivity Ward, OP, ER extraction

Complete Blood Count Hemoglobin Hematocrit White Blood Cell Count Red Blood Cell Count Platelet Count Differential Count Malarial Smear Bleeding Time Clotting Time Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Prothrombin Time APTT Blood Morphology Toxic Granulation FBS RBS 2 hours PPBS BUN Creatinine Uric Acid Cholesterol Triglyceride HDL-LDL VLDL Serum Albumin Total Protein TP, AG Ratio GCT OGTT

Direct Coombs Test Cross Matching a. Whole blood b. Packed RBC c. Platelet Concentrate d. Fresh Frozen Plasma e. Cryoprecipitate Newborn Screening Test Immunohistochemistry

Eosinophil Count Clot Reaction Time Blood Indices: a. MCV b. MCH c. MCHC Reticulocyte count Thyroid Function Test and Tumor Markers: a.T3 b. T4 c. TSH c. FT3 d. FT4 e. PSA f. AFP g. CEA h. B-HCG

.Troponin I Troponin T Bilirubin Stone Analysis Serum Ketones HbA1C SGOT SGPT Alkaline Phosphatase Acid Phosphatase Amylase Lipase SLDH CK-Total Electrolytes: Na, K, Ca, Cl, Mg, Inorganic Phosphorus CK-MB 24 Hours Urine: Albumin Creatinine Routine Urinalysis Routine Fecalysis Pregnancy test Occult Blood HbsAg Anti HCV Test for Salmonella Test for Dengue Test for H. pylori Test for Leptospira VDRL/RPR RA test ASO ASO Titer CRP Blood C/S with ARD (one specimen, two specimen) Gram Stain AFB Stain India Ink KOH Blood Typing Paps Smear Cell cytology Biopsy

i. Prolactin j. CA 125 k. CA 19-9 l. CA 15-3 m. Cortisol Bile test Ketone test Concentration Method (stool) APTs test Total Cell Count, Differential Count Semen Analysis

4. Create a list of other tasks or errands routinely assigned to interns. Categorize if: 1. routine to all interns and 2. uncommon to all interns. Routine to all interns uncommon