Clinical Laboratory Technician


Clinical lab technicians (according to work in laboratory settings and are responsible for analyzing body fluids and tissues to determine any abnormalities. In addition to operating cell counters and microscopes, technicians may collect blood samples to identify cells or compare blood types. Work opportunities are available at hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, and physician offices

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Work Environment

Most clinical laboratory technicians work in hospitals. Some work in research institutes and clinics. Others are employed in commercial medical laboratories that run tests for doctors and hospitals on a fee basis. Clinical laboratory technicians perform routine tasks in the laboratory

General and Personal Skills Required

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Professional Skills / Tools Required

Associated Disciplines

Medical Labouratory technology, Medical Labouratory Science