ncct practice test
sst,clot activator, serum is in what top color?
dark green top
heparin, ammonium test is in what color top?
why is pumping of the fist no disirable?
EDTA, whole blood testing is in what color top?
what increases cellular solid elements due to prolonged touniquet or fist pumping, collapsed veins?
light blue top
sodium citrate is in what color tube?
which color top has no additive?
what does a polymer barrier do?
yellow or orange
thrombine additive in what color top?
EDTA ADDITIVES what color top?
what is heparin?
will blood clot in red topped tube?
test or exam
definition of assays
the anticoagulants sodium heparin and lithium heparin are found in what top?
glucose, blood urea nitrogen, ionized calcium, electrolytes studies
lithium heparin tubes are used for what type of assays?
cbc, rbc, wbc and platelet count on what color tubes?
what color tubes for alcohol and sodium tests?
royal blue or tan tops
drug monitoring, toxicology and nutrional studies are in?
ESR test are collected in what top?
liquid portions of the blood w/o clotting factors is...?
edta, potassium oxalate, sodium citrate
which additives prevent coagulation of blood by removing calcium through the formation of insoluble calcium salts?
which is the coagulate choice for coagulation blood studies?
the_____ number of indicates the diameter of the needle
winged infusion set
butterfly is same as____
remaining the same is reffered as a steady state....
study of blood
rupture of the blood cells
how many minutes does it take for a specimen without additeves take to clot?
a term to describe anemia
accidental needle skin through skin
clotting time of specimen is affected by ....
analyte that is "sensitive" to temp.
normal room temp
normal body temp
light sensitive, photosensitive
primary function for wbc?
carry oxygen to tissue
primary function for rbc?
form hemostatic plug, or blood cells that aid blood clot
primary function of platelets?
to carry deoxygeneted blood back to the heart
what is major function of veins?
what btype of instrument is generally used to seperate blood components?
liquid portion of an anticoagulate
medial & lateral of 3 or 4th finger
capillary puntures is at what location?
isopropyl alcohol, provodine, iodine
list diff clensing agents?
date, dr name, time, initials, DOB, fasting/nonfast
what should be done or put on tube? list them
glucose or alcohol test top color?
median cubital, cephalic, basillic
name veins on arms...
medication that reduces the body ability to make blood clots
which is the larger gauge? 16-18 or 21-23
21 22 23
needle size that are used for collecting specimens for lab... 3 options
whole blood in what top tube
which is last choice of vein on arm?
to faint or sudden loss of conciousness