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5 Matching questions

  1. sites that should not be used for venipuncture?
  2. venipuncture usual site and veins
  3. blepharitis
  4. Good HDL level
  5. comprehensive metabolic panel
  1. a should be higher than 40 mg/dL to help prevent heart disease by carrying bad cholesterol away from the arteries
  2. b Avoid veins that feels hard or cord-like or appear damaged; burned, damaged, infected, swollen, wounded areas; areas with skin conditions if possible, side of body where a stroke affected or mastectomy was performed; or near an iv
  3. c inflammation of the eyelids characterized by redness and swelling and dried crusts
  4. d CMP; Comprehensive Metabolic Panel—
    Albumin, alkaline phosphatase, ALT, AST, bilirubin, calcium, CO2, chloride, creatine, glucose, potassium, protein, sodium, urea nitrogen (BUN)
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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)
  2. instrument used for visual examination of the ear; An otoscope is an instrument which is used to look into the ear canal. The ear speculum (a cone-shaped viewing piece of the otoscope) is slowly inserted into the ear canal while looking into the otoscope. The speculum is angled slightly toward the person's nose to follow the canal. A light beam extends beyond the viewing tip of the speculum. The otoscope is gently moved to different angles to view the canal walls and eardrum.
  3. Serum separator tube: First choice: Gold-topped tube has a red/gray stopper with gold hemogard cover; serum is the fluid portion of the blood that remains AFTER clotting; RED STOPPER non-additive tube also but does not have gel and requires pipetting the serum off for transport.
  4. HgB Test measures concentration of the hemoglobin in the blood. Hemoglobin levels are a rough measure of the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. Normal ranges: W:12-16 g/dL; M:15-17 g/dL Anemia is detected with Hgb measurement
  5. The basal state is the patient's state in early morning, about 12 hours after the last meal. Best blood samples are collected at this time. Especially for concentrations of glucose, electrolytes, proteins, triglycerides, cholesterol Pt. should have no coffee or food, water only that morning before blood draw. If they did eat but Dr. still wants test, write "non-fasting" on lab requisition.

5 True/False questions

  1. Anemia PanelIron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin


  2. Order of Draw1. sterile tube/blood culture 2. blue top coagulation tube 3. serum tube with or without clot activator, with or without gel 4. heparin tube with or without gel plasma separator 5. EDTA tube 6. Glycolytic inhibitor tube (from lecture .PPT)


  3. MCHCmyocardial infarction


  4. leukocytes primary functionTo defend against infection. White blood cells or WBCs. Several different types of cells provide protection against the invasion of foreign material. Search out the foreign invaders (bacteria, virus, toxins), perform phagocytosis, fight infection, involved in inflammation response, create antibodies for immunity


  5. smallest formed element3 places to adjust light 10 power ocular x 10 power objective = 100x (low power) 10 power ocular x 45 power objective = 450x (high power) 10 power ocular x 100 power objective = 1000x (oil immersion)