|Author:||Deborah L. Buckley, MBA, MT(ASCP)|
|ASCLS P.A.C.E.® #:||511-655-22|
|CE Broker #:||20-322723|
|Total Pages in PDF Doc:||35|
|Total Content Pages in PDF Doc:||35|
At the completion of this course the reader will be able to:
- Define common genetic terminology.
- Describe the function of the BRCA gene.
- Recall who's at risk for carrying the BRCA mutation.
- Recall BRCA1 specific information as it relates to the gene itself.
- Recall BRCA2 specific information as it relates to the gene itself.
- Evaluate statistical information as relates to BRCA mutation carriers and their probability of certain cancers.
- Assess the various susceptibility models for breast cancer risk and compare their usefulness in different patient situations.
- List the patient information that is assessed in the Gail model risk assessment calculator.
- List the specimen types that are acceptable for BRCA testing.
- Compare the test panels available for BRCA detection and recall when each is appropriate to use.
- Discuss the test performance characteristics, including specificity, sensitivity, accuracy, and limitations.
- List the six possible results that a patient could receive on the their report and recall the meaning of each.
- Interpret patient lab results.
- Outline all the cancer risk prevention strategies available to BRCA mutation carriers and describe how the prevention strategy would lower risk.
- Discuss the different alternative options and lifestyle changes available for cancer risk reduction.
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|Course Type||Course Code||Price|| |
|Online - Complete Course||CYG003||$28.00||Add to Cart|