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5 Matching questions

  1. needle gauge:
  2. GTT
  3. HDL
  4. nystagmus
  5. uric acid: UA test
  1. a high density lipoprotien, good cholestrol, carrier protien that carries cholestrol from body to liver for processing and elimination; takes cholesterol OUT
  2. b UA: metabolic products of protein catabolism to evaluate renal failure, gout and leukemia
  3. c diameter of hole going up through the needle (lumen), the larger the gauge number the narrower the diameter of the hole, gauge # marked on the hub and outside of disposable packet 19-23 for blood specimen collection; usually 20-21 20-23 for the smaller butterfly sets, 23 most common butterfly size
  4. d glucose tolerance test; usually not done at Dr's office, at lab or hospital for Pt. safety
    After providing the fasting blood specimen, the patient consumes a glucose solution containing 1.75 g glucose/kilogram of body weight, or the standard adult dose of 75 to 100 g
    If the patient should vomit within the first 30 minutes, the test will be rescheduled. In someone with diabetes, glucose levels rise higher than normal and fail to come back down as fast. Blood specimens are typically collected at 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, (and sometimes 6 hours) after ingestion of the glucose solution and are tested for glucose level. These measurements help determine the patient's ability to deal with increased glucose.
    Patients with diabetes will still have increased glucose levels at the end of the test.
  5. e involuntary, rapid movement of eyeball

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. White, African-Amarican, Hispanic, Asian
    O+: W=37%, AA=47%, H=53%, A=39%
    O-: W=8%, AA=4%, H=4%, A=1%
    A+: W=33%, AA=24%, H=29%, A=27%
    A-: W=7%, AA=2%, H=2%, A=0.5%
    B+: W=9%, AA=18%, H=9%, A=25%
    B-: W=2%, AA=1%, H=1%, A=0.4%
    AB+: W=3%, AA=4%, H=2%, A=7%
    AB-: W=1%, AA=0.3%, H=0.2%, A=0.1%
  2. two-pronged, forklike instrument that vibrates when struck; used to test hearing, especially bone conduction; most commonly used is "C" 1024 Hz (same level as normal speech)
  3. Sodium, Potassium, Chloride
  4. A _____ is a group of lipids associated with proteins that serve as transport vehicles for lipids in the lymph and blood
  5. 20 to 30 degrees with a regular needle 15 for butterfly set needle angle may be decreased by about 5 degrees after entry into vein
    NEED TO DOUBLE CHECK THIS!
    15 for AC even with butterfly. Hand is 5 or 10. You go in almost flat. This was said in LAB. Thanks, TS

5 True/False questions

  1. needle length:Creatinine, BUN, UA, Glucose

          

  2. RhoGAMglucose tolerance test; usually not done at Dr's office, at lab or hospital for Pt. safety
    After providing the fasting blood specimen, the patient consumes a glucose solution containing 1.75 g glucose/kilogram of body weight, or the standard adult dose of 75 to 100 g
    If the patient should vomit within the first 30 minutes, the test will be rescheduled. In someone with diabetes, glucose levels rise higher than normal and fail to come back down as fast. Blood specimens are typically collected at 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, (and sometimes 6 hours) after ingestion of the glucose solution and are tested for glucose level. These measurements help determine the patient's ability to deal with increased glucose.
    Patients with diabetes will still have increased glucose levels at the end of the test.

          

  3. cholesterol: CH, Chol testReleases histamine, which promotes inflammation, and heparin, which prevents clot formation; would expect to be present in people with flu-like symptoms, runny nose, people who have had spleen removed, or excessive exposure to radiation, normally are the least numerous, allergic asthma, contact allergies, hypothyroidism, chronic myeloid leukemia

          

  4. needle stick injuryan accidental puncture caused by a used hypodermic needle, blood borne disease exposure, report immediately, follow blood exposure action plan in facility

          

  5. buffy coatGlucose is the main type of sugar in the blood.
    It comes from the foods we eat and is the major source of energy needed to fuel the body's functions.
    Glucose levels that are too high or too low can cause problems.
    The most common of high blood glucose levels is diabetes.
    Glucose is the principal and almost exclusive carbohydrate found circulating in blood.
    It may also be detected in urine, cerebrospinal fluid, and semen.

          

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