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1. of or relating to the science of medicine or to the treatment of patients by drugs, etc., as opposed to surgery
2. a less common word for medicinal
3. Informal a medical examination
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To become a medical technologist you need a college degree in medical technology and are required to pass a certification exam.
chided Solano's 'expert opinion' in his affidavit, saying that he was a medical technologist, not a cardiologist.
This not only boosts the performance of the WBC differential count, but also lowers the strain on medical technologists.
A majority of the body fluid results (130 specimens; 62%) were reported by a medical technologist, and 80 (38%) were flagged for consultation by the hematopathologist (Table 2).
Our medical technologists meet the demands of 200-and 300-bed hospital labs while still offering a high level of service to physician offices.
Lucia Riddle and her husband moved to Des Moines, Iowa, and the medical technologist had a hard time finding a job in her field.
I know he can hear me,'' said Zamora, a medical technologist at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center.
and certifications as a medical technologist, specialist in microbiology, diplomate in laboratory management and specialist in laboratory safety (all ASCP), certification and license as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist (NCA and State of California).
The sole breadwinner in the family is her sibling who earns minimum wages as a medical technologist.
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