Date:  24 April, 2014


White Blood Cell Morphology wall chart, a great addition to your laboratory

Complet Blood Cell Morphology Blood cell morphologic identification is a critical component of hematology laboratory practice, and is an important diagnostic aid. Maintaining technical competency and achieving consistent reporting practices are ongoing challenges in this area. Developed by the QMP–LS Hematology Committee, the new White Blood Cell Morphology wall chart is a great addition to your laboratory.

IQMH is offering this laminated wall chart through the IQMH store.

The White Blood Cell Morphology and Red Blood Cell Morphology Wall Charts display clinically significant red and white blood cell morphologic abnormalities and act as quick reference guides while at your microscope.

Visit IQMH to learn more >

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