Virtual Lectures

Virtual Lectures

In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Darrell Pardi, M.D., and Sahil Khanna, M.B.B.S. will discuss how Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) is the most common hospital-acquired infection and is associated with significant morbidity and mortality.

By MML Education • January 10, 2018

In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Thomas Pittelkow, D.O., will discuss his experiences working with patients and the certification process in Minnesota as it relates to the application process of medical cannabinoid therapies.

By MML Education • December 14, 2017

In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” James Stubbs, M.D., will discuss the concept of remote damage control resuscitation (RDCR) and the use of new “old” blood components that could potentially increase effectiveness of RDCR.

By MML Education • November 14, 2017

The purpose of this “Virtual Lecture” presentation by Karen Fritchie, M.D., is to demystify fatty tumors from their morphology to their molecular biology, while providing practical points that can be put into action immediately.

By MML Education • October 17, 2017

In this “Virtual Lecture” presentation Dr. David Ahlquist helps guide a new way of thinking about cancer screening using new molecular technology.

By MML Education • August 31, 2017

In this “Virtual Lecture” presentation Jeff Harden will outline foundational aspects and provide a roadmap toward achieving professionalism.

By MML Education • July 20, 2017

During this “Virtual Lecture” session, different pain-relieving techniques will be reviewed and critically evaluated for efficacy. Solutions to improve workflows and processes in the outpatient and inpatient settings will be presented where the goal is to improve the overall experience and pain-relief utilization rates for pediatric patients undergoing invasive procedures.

By MML Education • June 22, 2017

In this ‘Virtual Lecture” session, audience members will observe blood gas and electrolyte testing on native specimens and predict the impact of deliberate contamination of blood gas specimens with air, or serum specimens with a solution used for total parenteral nutrition.

By MML Education • May 18, 2017

This “Virtual Lecture” presentation explore how quality is defined by an organization, share best practices for building and enhancing a quality culture within a laboratory or work area, and describe leadership as well as individual responsibilities for incorporating quality into daily duties.

By MML Education • April 1, 2017

In this “Virtual Lecture” presentation Dr. Deepti Warad provides an overview of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) laboratory testing and touches on the important aspects of ELISA and functional assays.

By MML Education • March 1, 2017

In this “Virtual Lecture” presentation, Dr. Jill Adamski helps define clinical features characteristic of HIT and understand implications of diagnosis, use pre-test scoring systems to estimate probability of HIT, understand the pros and cons associated with the various laboratory HIT tests, and learn to apply this knowledge toward effective lab medicine consultation to help improve diagnostic accuracy.

By MML Education • February 1, 2017

This “Virtual Lecture” presentation is a broad overview of the death investigation system within the United States and specifically in southeastern Minnesota.

By MML Education • January 1, 2017

In this “Virtual Lecture” videos, Bobbi Pritt, M.D., and Joaquin Garcia, M.D., discuss implementing effective test-utilization processes in their laboratories.

By MML Education • December 1, 2016