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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- hold it by the arm, & support it under the base.
- Blood, plasma, human tissue, semen, vaginal secretion, saliva, cerebrospinal fluid, pericardial fluid (from the heart)
- below the oculars and mounted on the swivel bace called the nose.
- produces quicker turnaround & eliminates the need for the patient to travel to other locations
- needlestick from needles used on an infected pt, cuts or abrasions on the skin of the uninfected person,any body opening of an infected person,a transfusion with infected blood
- a Bloodborn pathogens can be introduced into a new host through several roughts, including?
- b What other ways can bloodborne pathogens be transmitted?
- c How do you carry a microscope?
- d Where are the objectives located on the microscope?
- e What are the advantages of using a Physician's Office Laboratory (POL) ?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Reducing the number of HIV related death, reducing material infant transmission, improving the quality of life of those diagnosed with AIDS
- Bloodborne pathogens can be introduced into a new host through what routes?
- what is it called when a pt must sign consent form for the testing of drug and alchol
5 True/False Questions
focus controls → HgBA1c gives information over a period of
water → which hepatitis is fatal?
O → what comes before AIDS?
is the most common → most bruising is caused by a
complete blood cell count → CBC