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  1. venipuncture usual site and veins
  2. nystagmus
  3. elevated basophil level
  4. irrigating ears
  5. WBC
  1. a involuntary, rapid movement of eyeball
  2. b antecubital, wrist, forearm veins, hand veins

    antecubital area (ac) median cubital, cephalic, basilic veins are there median cubital first choice basilica and median basilica would be last choice because they are near the brachial nerve and artery which could be punctured accidentally; if no suitable ac site check back of hand or wrist
  3. c Releases 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. d white blood cell or white blood cell count
  5. e used to remove excessive or impacted cerumen; to remove a foreign body; or to treat the inflamed ear with an antiseptic solution; removes excess cerumen, Direct solution toward roof of canal; about 1:00 position, ear lavage

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 6-15 ㎛, nucleus round or oval, nucleus smudged, lumpy or clumped; scant sky blue to dark blue cytoplasm; Inclusions: none to few round red-purple granules
  2. measure of level of specific ions and carbon dioxide in the blood, electrolytes maintain water balance, nerve, muscle, and heart activity
  3. an agranulocytic leukocyte that normally makes up a quarter of the white blood cell count but increases in the presence of infection
  4. creatinine: creat: metabolic products of protein catabolism screening for renal function
  5. can be caused by, ototoxic medications

5 True/False Questions

  1. Distance Visual acuityDistance visual acuity is typically assessed using a Snellen chart. May use E chart, pediatric picture chart, or alphabet chart Patient stands 20 feet from chart at eye level Eyes tested with corrective lenses worn Record results as fraction with 20 feet on top Visual acuity is expressed as a fraction. The top number refers to the distance you stand from the chart or 20 feet. The bottom number indicates the distance at which a person with normal eyesight could read the same line you correctly read. Both eyes remain open during examination; no squinting or straining

          

  2. parts of a syringeplunger, flange, barrel, hub, hilt, shaft, lumen, bevel, point

          

  3. PTTpartial thromboplastin time; test of blood plasma to detect clotting factors not dependent on Vitamin K/potassium (intrinsic clotting factors) screens for hemophilia

          

  4. Red cell indicesRed cell indices detect abnormalities in erythrocyte size, shape, color. 3 common are as follows: MCV (mean corpuscular volume index); MCH (mean corpuscular hemoglobin); MCHC (mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration)

          

  5. Anemia PanelIron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin

          

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