Structure and function of haemoglobin
Complications of blood transfusion
Haemostatic events and natural anticoagulants
FFP vs Prothrombinex
Unfractionated vs. low molecular weight heparin.
Antiplatelet drugs: aspirin vs. clopidogrel
Low molecular weight vs. unfractionated heparin
Tests which assess coagulation
Features of a red blood cell that facilitate oxygen transport.
Pharmacology of anticoagulants: warfarin.
Structure and function of the platelet.
Pharmacology of antiplatelet agents: aspirin vs. clopidogrel.
The fibrinolytic pathway
Blood typing and cross-matching
Pharmacology of anticoagulants: warfarin and its antidotes
Pharmacology of vasoactive agents: classification of inotropes
Pharmacology of anticoagulants: warfarin vs. dabigatran
Structure and function of the red blood cell.
Physiological responses to anaemia
Pharmacology of antiplatelet agents: aspirin
Pharmacology of haemostatic agents: tranexamic acid.
Theconstituents of plasma and the functions of plasma proteins.
The metabolic fate of haemoglobin
Physiology of platelet function and pharmacology of clopidogrel
Pharmacology of anticoagulants: LMW heparin and hirudin
Physiology of haemostasis
Pharmacology of antiplatelet agents
Principles of compatibility testing of blood for transfusion.
Pharmacology of thrombolytics; broad overview of haemostatic pathways
Pharmacology of anticoagulants: heparin vs. enoxaparin
Role of platelets in haemostasis
ABO blood grouping
Pharmacology of heparin vs. enoxaparin
Maintenance of tissue oxygen supply in chronic anaemia
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