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TEST #1 PHLEBOTOMY
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vena = "vein"
sectio = "cutting"
most common method of general blood letting
a bleeding bowl
usually had a semicircular area cut out on one side to facilitate placement of the bowl under the chin.
involved the application of a heated suction apparatus, called the "cup" to the skin to draw the blood to the surface
wide double edged blade at right angles to the handle. used to open an artery, or a vein to remove large amounts of blood
point of care testing
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, requiring all healthcare providers to obtain a patients consent in writing before disclosing medical information
Protected Health Information, one of the primary aims of the HIPPA privacy rule. individually identifiable health information that is transmitted by electronic media
means by which information is exchanged or transmitted, most important processes that takes lace in the healthcare system.
involves a sender AND a receiver (feedback)
prejudices or personalized filters that become obstructions to hearing and understanding what has been said and are frequent causes of miscommunication.
examples: age, gender, emotions, diversity.
study of nonverbal communication, body motion and language
plays a major role in communication bc it is continuous and more reliable than verbal communication.
When verbal and nonverbal messages do not match.
study of personal space
permanent inpatient beds, 24 hour nursing service, therapeutic and diagnostic services, organized medical staff
any unfavorable event that is unexpected and results in death or serious physical or psychikigucal injury
World Health Organization
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute: A global, nonprofit, standards-developing organization comprising representatives from the profession, industry and government.
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences, recognized by the U.S department of education as an authority on quality clinical laboratory education
QA (quality assurance)
establishes policies and procedures. program/process that is designed to prevent problems in the future by evaluating present and past performances.
quality indicators (QI)
Specific, measurable aspects of healthcare that show the effectiveness of the system as a whole.
quality control (QC)
use of checks and controls.
Comparison of current results of a lab test with previous results for the same test on the same patient.
a compilation of a patient's health information; the patient record is the only permanent legal document that details the nurse's interactions with the patient
Near Miss/Occurrence Report Form
any error made in the patient ID. something happened, they caught it but the process already started.
Performance improvement plan
when counseling or suspension of an individual is necessary.
Law that deals with harm to a person or a person's property (wrongful act)
act or threat causing another to be in fear of immediate battery
the intentional touching of a person without his or her consent
breach of confidentiality
Failure to keep privileged medical information private
failure to exercise due care
Res Ispa Loquitur means?
the thing speaks for itself, applies to the rule of negligence
"Let the master answer" an employer is vicariously liable for the behavior of an employee working within his or her scope of employment
Implies voluntary and competent permission for a medical procedure, test, or medication.
required before surgery or high-risk procedures
Type of consent in which a patient who is unable to give consent is given treatment under the legal assumption that he or she would want treatment.
informed consent with info about test purpose, use, meaning and limitations (rules set by each state)
consent for minors
a ____ cannot give consent for the administration of medical treatment
refusal of consent
patient has the right to refuse anything. must be noted in chart and if possible have a waiver signed by patient
A condition that occurs when pathogens enter the body, multiply, and damage body cells
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, charged with the investigation and control of various diseases, especially those that are communicable and have epidemic potiental
hospital acquired infection
Personal Protective Equipment i.e. gloves, mask, safety glasses and clinical attire
safety data sheet- where to store and ingredients of all products OF CHEMICALS
Excessive or profuse bleeding
which of the following is a property to clean up a small blood spill that has dried on a countertop?
moisten it with a disinfectant and carefully absorb it with a paper towel.
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