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49 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9-10
Small red spots on the patient's skin…
What physiological variables that can…
The best way to keep a vein from rolli…
While you are in the middle of drawing…
c. petechiae
d. all of the above
b. make certain to anchor it well
c. quickly release the tourniquet and remove the needle
Small red spots on the patient's skin…
c. petechiae
What physiological variables that can…
d. all of the above
117 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9 & 10
Aline
AV Shunt/Fistula/Graft
Bariatric
Basal State
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly radial. wrist, fo…
Surgical joining of artery and vein Loop under the skin buzzi…
Treatment of obese PT
Resting state of the body in early AM after 12hr Fast
Aline
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly radial. wrist, fo…
AV Shunt/Fistula/Graft
Surgical joining of artery and vein Loop under the skin buzzi…
57 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9 & 10
What is the main method to collect blood
What are the three most common methods?
What equipment do you need for a Venip…
Ehat position should your patient be in?
Venipuncture
Evacuated tube Collection, Syringe, Butterfly infusion set
PPE, 70% Alcohol pad, 2x2 gauze pad, bandages, sharp containe…
Sitting or lying down
What is the main method to collect blood
Venipuncture
What are the three most common methods?
Evacuated tube Collection, Syringe, Butterfly infusion set
89 terms
Phlebotomy Essentials Chapter 9 & 10
A-line
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Bariatric
Basal state
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly the radial
Surgical joining of an artery and vein
Relating to the treatment of obesity
Resting state of the body in early a.m. after a 12 hour fast
A-line
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly the radial
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Surgical joining of an artery and vein
34 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
A-line
AV Shunt/Fistula/Graft
Basal State
Bilirubin
Arterial line (A-line or Art-line) A catheter that is placed…
Permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arter…
The resting metabolic state of the body early in the morning…
A product of the breakdown of red blood cells.
A-line
Arterial line (A-line or Art-line) A catheter that is placed…
AV Shunt/Fistula/Graft
Permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arter…
27 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
Before drawing blood, information foun…
What is the single most important step…
At what angle should the venipuncture…
In which of the following choices are…
The patient's wristband
Patient identification
15 to 30 degrees
Select equipment, identify patient, collect specimen, stop bl…
Before drawing blood, information foun…
The patient's wristband
What is the single most important step…
Patient identification
51 terms
chapter 9, 10, 11, 12 (phlebotomy)
true or false, JCAHO stands for joint…
a abnormal heart sound after caused by…
true or false, CK/AST is enzymes that…
convert 6pm into military time
false
murmur
false
1800
true or false, JCAHO stands for joint…
false
a abnormal heart sound after caused by…
murmur
11 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
Hematoma
Hemoconcentration
Hemolysis
Palpation
reddened, swollen area in which blood collects under the skin
increase in the ratio of formed elements to plasma, usually c…
destruction of red blood cells
probing or feeling for vein
Hematoma
reddened, swollen area in which blood collects under the skin
Hemoconcentration
increase in the ratio of formed elements to plasma, usually c…
26 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
Name the most important aspect of any…
How do you properly identify the patie…
What information is typically found on…
What should you do when receiving requ…
Identification of the patient
By matching the information on the requisition; for inpatient…
patient demographics - full name, date of birth, sex and race…
Examine them to make sure that each has all the necessary inf…
Name the most important aspect of any…
Identification of the patient
How do you properly identify the patie…
By matching the information on the requisition; for inpatient…
35 terms
the Art and Science of Phlebotomy chapter 9 & 10 fill-in the blanks
Rheumatoid/arthritic
Fluid
Reverse
Isolation room
___patients could possibly be on aspirin therapy
Specimens with edema can be diluted due to __
___isolation is for nay patient with a compromised immune sys…
you should never take your phlebotomy tray into an ___
Rheumatoid/arthritic
___patients could possibly be on aspirin therapy
Fluid
Specimens with edema can be diluted due to __
35 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9 Review
Peak levels of this analyte occur arou…
Which of these tests are most affected…
Veins that feel hard and cord-like whe…
Tiny red spots that appear on a patien…
Cortisol
Glucose and triglyicerides
Thrombosed
Site may bleed excessively.
Peak levels of this analyte occur arou…
Cortisol
Which of these tests are most affected…
Glucose and triglyicerides
36 terms
PHLEBOTOMY CHAPTER 9
THROMBUS
POTASSIUM
GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST
BASAL STATE
A SOLID MASS DERIVED FROMBLOOD CONSITUENTS THAT OCCLUDES A BL…
LEVELS WILL BECOME FALSELY ELEVATED IF THE TOURNIQUET IS APPL…
PATIENT SHOULD FAST FOR 8 TO 12 HOURS
IN THE EARLY MORNING 12 HOURS AFTER THE LAST INGESTION OF FOOD.
THROMBUS
A SOLID MASS DERIVED FROMBLOOD CONSITUENTS THAT OCCLUDES A BL…
POTASSIUM
LEVELS WILL BECOME FALSELY ELEVATED IF THE TOURNIQUET IS APPL…
12 terms
Chapter 9- Phlebotomy
hematoma
hemoconcentration
hemolysis
palpation
reddened, swollen area where blood collects under the skin. f…
leaving the tourniquet on too long or too tight, increase in…
destruction of red blood cells, can occur if the tourniquet i…
feel for the vein, gently push up and down with the index fin…
hematoma
reddened, swollen area where blood collects under the skin. f…
hemoconcentration
leaving the tourniquet on too long or too tight, increase in…
13 terms
Chapter 9 phlebotomy
calcaneus
capillary action
dehydrated
differentials
heel bone
free flowing of blood into a capillary tube without the use o…
loss of water from the body due to reduced fluid intake, bloo…
lab test that categorizes blood cell and any abnormalities pr…
calcaneus
heel bone
capillary action
free flowing of blood into a capillary tube without the use o…
14 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
basal state
fasting
hematoma
hemoconcentration
for phlebotomy procedures, this refers to the patients condit…
refers to abstinence from nutritional support such as food an…
a localized leakage of blood into the tissues or into an orga…
increased localized blood concentration of lare molecules suc…
basal state
for phlebotomy procedures, this refers to the patients condit…
fasting
refers to abstinence from nutritional support such as food an…
20 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
ABN
DOB
ICD-9-CM
ICD-10-CM
Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage
date of birth
International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Cli…
International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Cli…
ABN
Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage
DOB
date of birth
25 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
ABN
ICD-9-CM
ICD-10-CM
Hematoma
Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage
International Classification of Diseases 9th Revision, Clinic…
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clin…
red swollen area in which blood collects under the skin
ABN
Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage
ICD-9-CM
International Classification of Diseases 9th Revision, Clinic…
17 terms
Phlebotomy: Chapter 9
Additive-to-Blood Ration
Aerosol
Aliquoting
Autoantibodies
Balance between the amount of additive or anticoagulant and t…
Fine mist of substances or particles suspended in a gas or th…
Dividing or separating samples into separate containers
Immunoglobulin created in response to damaged antigens on the…
Additive-to-Blood Ration
Balance between the amount of additive or anticoagulant and t…
Aerosol
Fine mist of substances or particles suspended in a gas or th…
21 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 10
Arterialized
Blood Film/Smear
Calcaneus
CBGs
Arterial composition of capillary blood has been increased by…
A drop of blood spread thinly on a microscope slide.
Medical term for heel bone.
Capillary blood gases (CBGs) blood gas determinations perform…
Arterialized
Arterial composition of capillary blood has been increased by…
Blood Film/Smear
A drop of blood spread thinly on a microscope slide.
12 terms
Phlebotomy-Chapter 9
requisition
ICD-9-CM (International Classification…
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
hemoconcentration
A set of labels for the collection tubes, or both.
Code is a billing code used to submit charges for services to…
This form is signed by the patient to indicate he or she unde…
An increase in the ratio of formed elements to plasma caused…
requisition
A set of labels for the collection tubes, or both.
ICD-9-CM (International Classification…
Code is a billing code used to submit charges for services to…
33 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
A-line (arterial line)
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Basal state
Bilirubin
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly in radial and use…
Permanent surgical connection of artery and vein by direct fu…
Resting metabolic state of body early in morning after fastin…
Produce that is breaking down of RBCs
A-line (arterial line)
Catheter placed in an artery, most commonly in radial and use…
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Permanent surgical connection of artery and vein by direct fu…
34 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9 terms
A-line
AV shunt/fistula/graft
basal state
bilirubin
a catheter that is placed in an artery
the permanent surgical connection of an artery and vein by di…
Refers to testing metabolic state of the body early in the mo…
A product of the breakdown of red blood cells
A-line
a catheter that is placed in an artery
AV shunt/fistula/graft
the permanent surgical connection of an artery and vein by di…
36 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9 Review
Arm with a large hematoma
Edematous arm
Mastectomy on that side f he body
Obese arm
Specimen could be contaminated by hemolyzed blood
Skin could be injured by tourniquet application
Results could be affected by lymphostasis
Could mean veins are deeper than normal
Arm with a large hematoma
Specimen could be contaminated by hemolyzed blood
Edematous arm
Skin could be injured by tourniquet application
187 terms
Phlebotomy: Chapter 9
most testing errors occur
test result values are established using
test results used for comparison becom…
most reference ranges are for
during specimen collection
specimens from normal, healthy people
reference range or reference interval
healthy fasting people
most testing errors occur
during specimen collection
test result values are established using
specimens from normal, healthy people
20 terms
Chapter 9- Phlebotomy
Hematoma
Hemoconcentration
Hemolysis
Palpation
Reddened, swollen area in which blood collects under the skin
Increase In the ratio of formed elements to plasma, usually c…
Destruction of fed blood cells
Probing of feeling
Hematoma
Reddened, swollen area in which blood collects under the skin
Hemoconcentration
Increase In the ratio of formed elements to plasma, usually c…
31 terms
Phlebotomy Key Terms Chapter 9
arterial line (a-line)
AV shunt/fistula/graft
bariatric
basal state
a catheter that is placed in an artery. it is most commonly p…
permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arte…
pertaining to the treatment of obesity
the resting metabolic state of the body early in the morning…
arterial line (a-line)
a catheter that is placed in an artery. it is most commonly p…
AV shunt/fistula/graft
permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arte…
Phlebotomy chapter 9
Glycolysis occurring in a tube of unse…
What does NPO mean
glucose tolerance test
You receive an order to draw a stat CB…
A decrease in serum glucose concentration
Nothing by mouth
Is performed to aid in the diagnosis of diabetes
Draw blood in a lavender tube and send it to the lab immediat…
Glycolysis occurring in a tube of unse…
A decrease in serum glucose concentration
What does NPO mean
Nothing by mouth
64 terms
PHLEBOTOMY CHAP 9&10
PREANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
AS PHLEBOTOMISTS WE MUST BE AWARE OF
VARIABLES
COMPLICATIONS
PREANALYTICAL BEGINS WHEN A TEST IS ORDERED AND ENDS WHEN TES…
PATIENT VARIABLES, COMPLICATIONS AND PROCEDURAL ERRORS
FASTING ETC
FAINTING ETC
PREANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
PREANALYTICAL BEGINS WHEN A TEST IS ORDERED AND ENDS WHEN TES…
AS PHLEBOTOMISTS WE MUST BE AWARE OF
PATIENT VARIABLES, COMPLICATIONS AND PROCEDURAL ERRORS
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
The medical term for fainting is:
According to CAP guidelines, drugs tha…
Which of the following tests is affect…
A hematoma may result from:
syncope.
4 to 24 hours prior to the test.
WBC count
a)inadequate site pressure applied after a venipuncture, b)ne…
The medical term for fainting is:
syncope.
According to CAP guidelines, drugs tha…
4 to 24 hours prior to the test.
17 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
What required information is on a requ…
how do you identify an inpatient?
How do you identify an outpatient?
NPO
Patient first and last name, Id number or SSN, DOB, time/date…
greet the patient asking their full name, examine the ID band.
greet the patient asking their full name, address, birth date…
nothing by mouth
What required information is on a requ…
Patient first and last name, Id number or SSN, DOB, time/date…
how do you identify an inpatient?
greet the patient asking their full name, examine the ID band.
46 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
When does basal state occur?
Peak levels of this analyte typically…
Which of these tests are most affected…
Veins that feel hard and cord-like whe…
After sleeping
b
b
c
When does basal state occur?
After sleeping
Peak levels of this analyte typically…
b
62 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
Basal state
Age
Altitude
Dehydration
resting metabolic state of the body early in the morning afte…
RBC and WBC lower, creatinine clearance (kidney function) dec…
RBC, Hemoglobin, and Hemotocrit higher C-reactive protein and…
RBC, enzymes, iron, calcium, sodium and coagulation factors a…
Basal state
resting metabolic state of the body early in the morning afte…
Age
RBC and WBC lower, creatinine clearance (kidney function) dec…
20 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
stat
ID
ABN
Used for inpatients and outpatients fo…
short turnaround time
identification
Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage
requisition
stat
short turnaround time
ID
identification
35 terms
Phlebotomy Chapters 9 & 10 Questions
You must draw a proem specimen from a…
What instance most closely resembles b…
What vascular access device is placed…
You have no choice but to draw a speci…
Below an IV
A patient who has just awakened at 0600 after fasting all night
Heparin lock
Distal to the hematoma
You must draw a proem specimen from a…
Below an IV
What instance most closely resembles b…
A patient who has just awakened at 0600 after fasting all night
25 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
Which instance most closely resembles…
You must draw a protime specimen from…
It is not a good idea to collect a CBC…
You have no choice but to draw a speci…
Just awakened at 0600 after fasting all night
Below an IV
The white blood count may be falsely elevated
Distal to the hematoma
Which instance most closely resembles…
Just awakened at 0600 after fasting all night
You must draw a protime specimen from…
Below an IV
27 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
Before drawing blood, information foun…
What is the single most important step…
At what angle should the venipuncture…
In which of the following choices are…
The patient's wristband
Patient identification
15 to 30 degrees
Select equipment, identify patient, collect specimen, stop bl…
Before drawing blood, information foun…
The patient's wristband
What is the single most important step…
Patient identification
53 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
What is the preanalytical phase?
What are some negative impacts that a…
What is Basal State?
What are the reference ranges of Basal…
Phase of the testing process beginning with a test ordered an…
Specimen quality... Health and safety of patient... Cost of medic…
Condition of the body when patients is still at rest and fast…
Normal values for lab tests... Established on basal state ranges
What is the preanalytical phase?
Phase of the testing process beginning with a test ordered an…
What are some negative impacts that a…
Specimen quality... Health and safety of patient... Cost of medic…
22 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
basal state
diurnal rhythms
fasting
hematoma
for phlebotomy procedures, this refers to the patient's condi…
opposite of nocturnal (nighttime) rhythms, "diurnal" rhythms…
BLOOD TEST TO DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF GLUCOSE IN THE BLOOD AF…
a localized leakage of blood into the tissues or into an orga…
basal state
for phlebotomy procedures, this refers to the patient's condi…
diurnal rhythms
opposite of nocturnal (nighttime) rhythms, "diurnal" rhythms…
34 terms
chapter 9 vocab (phlebotomy)
A-line
AV shunt/fistula/graft
basal state
bilirubin
to provide accurate and continuous measurement of a patients…
permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arte…
the resting metabolic state of the body early in the morning…
a product of the breakdown of red blood cells
A-line
to provide accurate and continuous measurement of a patients…
AV shunt/fistula/graft
permanent surgical fusion or artificial connection of an arte…
10 terms
Phlebotomy: Chapter 9: Key Terms
Capillary Action
Capillary Blood
Cyanotic
Dehydration
Referring to microcollection procedures that indicates the fr…
A specimen from a skin puncture that contains a blend of bloo…
Skin blush in color due to oxygen deficiency.
Loss of water from the body; due to conditions such as excess…
Capillary Action
Referring to microcollection procedures that indicates the fr…
Capillary Blood
A specimen from a skin puncture that contains a blend of bloo…
56 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
Preanalytical or preexamination
Basal state
AGE
Key point
(Before analysis) begins for the laboratory when a test is or…
Refers to the resting metabolic state of the body early in th…
Some physiological functions such as kidney function decrease…
Lipemia in a fasting specimen is rare. When a test requires a…
Preanalytical or preexamination
(Before analysis) begins for the laboratory when a test is or…
Basal state
Refers to the resting metabolic state of the body early in th…
28 terms
Phlebotomy chapter 9
Define NPO
What is the difference between a stat…
What can be used as an alternative to…
What blood collection tube is used to…
means, " nothing by mouth", indicating the patient should not…
STAT tests require immediate attention. Not obtaining STAT te…
zephrin chloride, soap, or hydrogen peroxide.
royal-blue top tube
Define NPO
means, " nothing by mouth", indicating the patient should not…
What is the difference between a stat…
STAT tests require immediate attention. Not obtaining STAT te…
24 terms
CHAPTER 9 AND 10 PREP FOR QUIZ PHLEBOTOMY AND TUBES
WHEN PATIENT ROLLS UP SLEVE
PATIENT HAS A SEVER REACTION TO gtt WH…
WHY ARE GTTS (GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST)P…
WHAT COLOR IS THE STT
COMPLIED CONSENT
CONTACT PHYSICIAN
DIABETES MELITIS
LIGHT BLUE
WHEN PATIENT ROLLS UP SLEVE
COMPLIED CONSENT
PATIENT HAS A SEVER REACTION TO gtt WH…
CONTACT PHYSICIAN
31 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
A-line
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Bariatric
Basal State
Catheter placed In an artery , most commonly the radial
Surgical joining of an artery and vein
Relating to the treatment of obesity
Resting state of the body in early a.m after a 12-hour fast
A-line
Catheter placed In an artery , most commonly the radial
AV shunt/fistula/graft
Surgical joining of an artery and vein
60 terms
chapter 9 (phlebotomy)
list 5 CBC test?
ESR
VDRL
SPEP/IPEP
WBC, RBC, platelets, hemoglobin, hemocrit
sed rate
sexual transmitted diseases
protein marker
list 5 CBC test?
WBC, RBC, platelets, hemoglobin, hemocrit
ESR
sed rate
36 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
Important variables when collecting bl…
Controllable variables
Uncontrollable Variables
Basal State
Basal state, diet, obesity, damaged/sclerosed/occluded veins,…
controlled variables/psychological variables and uncontrolled…
biological influences, environmental influences, underlying m…
early morning approx 12 hrs after last ingestion of food... most…
Important variables when collecting bl…
Basal state, diet, obesity, damaged/sclerosed/occluded veins,…
Controllable variables
controlled variables/psychological variables and uncontrolled…
32 terms
Chapter 9 phlebotomy Review
Anchoring a vein during venipuncture…
You have already missed a draw on the…
Which of the following is most necessa…
Which of the following would be an ind…
Keeps veins from moving.
Have another CCMA or Phlebotomist attempt the collection.
Using a syringe instead if an evacuated tube.
C. Veins are fragile
Anchoring a vein during venipuncture…
Keeps veins from moving.
You have already missed a draw on the…
Have another CCMA or Phlebotomist attempt the collection.
53 terms
Phlebotomy Chapter 9
preanalytical stage
preanalytical
basal state
phlebotomy variables
period between the test being ordered and when actual blood t…
phlebotomist has direct influence in this stage
usually in the morning approximately 12 hours after the last…
age, sex, altitude, dehydration, diet, diurnal rhythms, drug…
preanalytical stage
period between the test being ordered and when actual blood t…
preanalytical
phlebotomist has direct influence in this stage
13 terms
Chapter 9 Review Phlebotomy
Body fluid increases in pregnancy blee…
Have another phlebotomist attempt to d…
Hemoconcentration
Immediately terminate the venipuncture
Why do pregnant patients have lower reference ranges for red…
A phlebotomist has attempted twice to draw a partial thrombop…
Prolong tourniquet applications may cause a change in blood c…
If a patient is complaining of sharp radiating pain from the…
Body fluid increases in pregnancy blee…
Why do pregnant patients have lower reference ranges for red…
Have another phlebotomist attempt to d…
A phlebotomist has attempted twice to draw a partial thrombop…
Phlebotomy Essentials Chapter 9
Reference range
Basal State
Hemoconcentration
Analyte
Normal values for test results based on normal, healthy indiv…
Resting metabolic state early in the morning after fasting fo…
Decrease in fluid content of the blood with an increase of no…
Substance undergoing analysis or being measured (tested)
Reference range
Normal values for test results based on normal, healthy indiv…
Basal State
Resting metabolic state early in the morning after fasting fo…
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