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Anna Wonnerth, MD

Anna is a Certified Family Physician and Specialist in Clinical Chemistry.
Works at
University of Vienna

Why I love to teach


I am a family physician, senior fellow in laboratory medicine, and a member of the Austrian Society of Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Chemistry. I’ve worked in the research lab of the cardiology department at the University of Vienna, and have publications in the area of cardiology labs. I am passionate about laboratory medicine and love teaching!

Latest articles with Anna

Considering daratumumab

Daratumumab is a wonder drug for multiple myeloma patients, but it can make blood transfusions a little tricky! By the end of this video, from our Transfusion Medicine Essentials course, you'll understand how the anticancer drug, daratumumab, interferes with blood typing and the implications of this effect.
22nd Mar 2019 • 3m read

Managing severe transfusion reactions

In this video, you'll learn the basic steps involved in managing a patient with an acute, severe transfusion reaction.
27th Feb 2019 • 2m read

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia

In this video, you’ll learn how to differentiate between hemolytic anemia caused by autoimmune responses and anemia stemming from other causes.
17th Feb 2019 • 3m read

Preventing Rhesus factor disease

In this video, from our Transfusion Medicine Essentials course, you'll learn how to avoid harm to an unborn child by preventing Rhesus D alloimmunization and hemolytic disease.
17th Feb 2019 • 3m read

Handling urgent transfusions

In this video, from our Transfusion Medicine Essentials course, you'll discover when blood components without full compatibility testing are given, as well as the implied risks that are involved.
20th Jan 2019 • 3m read

Mastering red blood cell compatibility

Learn about the decision-making process behind choosing a red blood cell (RBC) product that is compatible with your patient's blood type.
20th Jan 2019 • 3m read

Diagnosing heart failure with natriuretic peptides

Explore the use of natriuretic peptides in the diagnostic workup for heart failure.
27th Oct 2018 • 5m read

Diagnosing a pulmonary embolism

Learn about all the diagnostic tools you'll need to diagnose a pulmonary embolism.
23rd Oct 2018 • 3m read

Interpreting labs in dyslipidemia and cardiovascular disease

Understand the common primary and secondary causes of dyslipidemia and how to tell them apart.
22nd Oct 2018 • 4m read

Interpreting troponin in chronic kidney disease

Learn about the influence of chronic kidney disease on troponin levels.
17th Oct 2018 • 2m read

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