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7 terms
Phlebotomy
Coagulation studies (Pt/ INR, PTT, D-D…
Hepatic testing, chemistry (BMP, Ca++,…
Chemistry, drug levels, progesterone
Chemistry, cardiac studies, medical al…
Coagulation studies (Pt/ INR, PTT, D-D…
Hepatic testing, chemistry (BMP, Ca++,…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
Phlebotomy
1st - culture tubes
2nd - Light blue sodium citrate tubes
3rd - red serum separating gel tubes
4th - green heparin tubes
microbiology: cultures (yellow culture tubes are for pediatri…
"coags" or clotting studies: PT prothrombin/INR, PTT, heparin…
chemistry (electrolytes): BMP, CMP, iron function, lipids, ca…
chemistry: ammonia **put on ice and run immediately, also alm…
1st - culture tubes
microbiology: cultures (yellow culture tubes are for pediatri…
2nd - Light blue sodium citrate tubes
"coags" or clotting studies: PT prothrombin/INR, PTT, heparin…
Phlebotomy
When collecting blood from a capillary…
What are the three primary veins used…
How long can a tourniquet be left on?
Where should a tourniquet be placed fo…
wipe away the first drop of blood
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
1 minute
3 to 4 inches above the draw site
When collecting blood from a capillary…
wipe away the first drop of blood
What are the three primary veins used…
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
Phlebotomy
1st - culture tubes
2nd - Light blue sodium citrate tubes
3rd - red serum separating gel tubes
4th - green heparin tubes
microbiology: cultures (yellow culture tubes are for pediatri…
"coags" or clotting studies: PT prothrombin/INR, PTT, heparin…
chemistry (electrolytes): BMP, CMP, iron function, lipids, ca…
chemistry: ammonia **put on ice and run immediately, also alm…
1st - culture tubes
microbiology: cultures (yellow culture tubes are for pediatri…
2nd - Light blue sodium citrate tubes
"coags" or clotting studies: PT prothrombin/INR, PTT, heparin…
264 terms
Phlebotomy
phlebo-
-tomy
Venipuncture
What is the purpose of phlebotomy?
veins
cutting
incision of the vein for blood letting
to obtain blood for diagnostic testing and to remove blood fo…
phlebo-
veins
-tomy
cutting
14 terms
Phlebotomy
Yellow Top
Light Blue Top
Dark Blue Top
Red Top
Blood Cultures ... Additive: ACD (acid-citrate-dextrose)... Uses: p…
Additives: Sodium Citrate... Uses: coagulation tests; full draw…
Additives: Sodium EDTA... Uses: trace element (lead, zinc, etc.)…
Additives: none... -serum is separated vis centrifugation
Yellow Top
Blood Cultures ... Additive: ACD (acid-citrate-dextrose)... Uses: p…
Light Blue Top
Additives: Sodium Citrate... Uses: coagulation tests; full draw…
180 terms
Phlebotomy
Phelbo
tomy
Phlebotomy definition
The primary function of the Phlebotomy…
vein
incision
the act of drawing or removing blood from the circulatory sys…
to obtain blood specimen from patients by venipuncture or cap…
Phelbo
vein
tomy
incision
phlebotomy
CDPH
the date in which the new phlebotomy r…
the limited phlebotomy technician (LPT…
the certified phlebotomy technician I…
the public health department which governs phlebotomists
april 9th 2003
Dermal
Venipunctures and dermals
CDPH
the public health department which governs phlebotomists
the date in which the new phlebotomy r…
april 9th 2003
80 terms
Phlebotomy
What are the duties of a phlebotomist?
What are the classes of LAB PERSONNEL?
What are the Clinical LAB DEPARTMENTS?
Serology
1. ID and prep patient... 2. collections of specimen... 3. label pr…
1. Lab director... 2. Lab admin or manager... 3. Tech supervisors…
1. Clinical analysis... 2. Chemistry... 3. Hematology/Coagulation... 4…
1. The science that deals with the properties and reactions o…
What are the duties of a phlebotomist?
1. ID and prep patient... 2. collections of specimen... 3. label pr…
What are the classes of LAB PERSONNEL?
1. Lab director... 2. Lab admin or manager... 3. Tech supervisors…
76 terms
Phlebotomy
List the 3 parts of the needle
Describe the correct method for using…
Describe the relationship of gauge to…
List the Information required on a spe…
Point, bevel, shaft
Bevel pointed up (towards you)
Larger the gauge number, smaller the lumen of the needle
Label must contain patient's name, ID #, accession #, test, a…
List the 3 parts of the needle
Point, bevel, shaft
Describe the correct method for using…
Bevel pointed up (towards you)
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
phlebotomy
bacteremia
blood bank
butterfly method
blood culture
single cell microorganisms
organization that conducts studies for abo blood grouping and…
blood collection method using a winged infusion set
sterile blood specimen drawn for use with a special medium to…
bacteremia
single cell microorganisms
blood bank
organization that conducts studies for abo blood grouping and…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
30 terms
Phlebotomy
Red blood cells are produced in the
What type of blood is most commonly us…
What is the Buffy (yellow) coat made o…
What position should patients be in wh…
Bone marrow
Venous blood
White blood cells and platelets
Laying down / sitting
Red blood cells are produced in the
Bone marrow
What type of blood is most commonly us…
Venous blood
40 terms
Phlebotomy
Presence of bacteria in blood. Conditi…
Red/no additive
End the draw. Take needle out.
Chemistry
Bacteremia
Blood grouping and typing. What color?
What should you do if patient begins to convulse during proce…
Glucose, Lipids, and proteins are performed in what laborator…
Presence of bacteria in blood. Conditi…
Bacteremia
Red/no additive
Blood grouping and typing. What color?
122 terms
PHLEBOTOMY
Hemoconcentration
Hemolysis
Plasma
Serum
Condition which the concentration of blood cells is increased…
The destruction or dissolution of red blood cells, with subse…
The liquid portion of blood that contains an active clotting…
The liquid portion of blood that remains after the blood has…
Hemoconcentration
Condition which the concentration of blood cells is increased…
Hemolysis
The destruction or dissolution of red blood cells, with subse…
34 terms
Phlebotomy
SPS- Microbiology - Blood culture
ACD- Blood Bank - Paternity testing -P…
Sodium Citrate - Coagulation - PT & AP…
SST- Chemistry -Diagnostic testing - S…
Blood Culture
Yellow
Light Blue
Gold
SPS- Microbiology - Blood culture
Blood Culture
ACD- Blood Bank - Paternity testing -P…
Yellow
63 terms
Phlebotomy
What type of tissue is the Blood?
What does Phlebotomy means?
What are the methods to obtain venous…
What are the medical use of phlebotomy?
Connective Tissue
Phlebotomy derived from the greek words:... 1. Phlebo --> Blood…
1. Evacuated Tube System... 2. Winged Collection set... 2. Syringe…
1. Diagnostic testing (labs)... 2. Theraputic... -> Blood bank -->…
What type of tissue is the Blood?
Connective Tissue
What does Phlebotomy means?
Phlebotomy derived from the greek words:... 1. Phlebo --> Blood…
112 terms
Phlebotomy
Order of Blood Draw
Phelbo
tomy
Phlebotomists
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Refers to veins
Relates to cutting
Collectors of blood
Order of Blood Draw
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Phelbo
Refers to veins
phlebotomy
Which of the following vacutainer tube…
No anticoagulant are found in which of…
Which type of tube should be used to c…
_____ is and anticoagulant that preven…
lavender topped
Red topped
gray topped
ETHYLENEDIAMINE TETRAACETIC ACID (EDTA)
Which of the following vacutainer tube…
lavender topped
No anticoagulant are found in which of…
Red topped
35 terms
Phlebotomy
Random Urine Specimens
Midstream Specimen
The 24 hour specimen
Testing Urine
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
Collected during a 24 hour period. Urine is typically chilled…
Testing for ph measures if urine is acidic or alkaline. Routi…
Random Urine Specimens
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Midstream Specimen
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
34 terms
Phlebotomy
When preparing a blood smear from a sk…
What are the three primary veins used…
Oxygen can be administered to a patien…
A positive urine dipstick for albumin…
wipe away the first drop of blood
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
catheter, cannula or a tent
protein present in urine
When preparing a blood smear from a sk…
wipe away the first drop of blood
What are the three primary veins used…
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
68 terms
phlebotomy
basic order of draw
what is the correct order of draw if y…
your basic order of draw
break down your non additive order of…
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
blood cultures, coag, non-additive, additive
tubes that are totally empty, Non - gel containing, then gel…
basic order of draw
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
what is the correct order of draw if y…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
45 terms
Phlebotomy
When collecting blood from a capillary…
What are the three primary veins used…
How long can a tourniquet be left on?
Where should a tourniquet be placed fo…
wipe away the first drop of blood
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
1 minute
3 to 4 inches above the draw site
When collecting blood from a capillary…
wipe away the first drop of blood
What are the three primary veins used…
basilic, cephalic and median cubital
28 terms
Phlebotomy
The blood lancet is used for the colle…
The standard point of the lancet to be…
To determine the size of the needle re…
Rubber sleeves on an evacuated tube sy…
skin puncture
2.4mm
smaller
multiple use
The blood lancet is used for the colle…
skin puncture
The standard point of the lancet to be…
2.4mm
281 terms
phlebotomy
Centrifuge
plasma
occulded
serum
Instrument that spins and separates blood into layers dependi…
Fluid portion of the blood when no clotting has taken place
blocked, preventing a normal flow of blood.
fluid portion of the blood after clotting has taken place
Centrifuge
Instrument that spins and separates blood into layers dependi…
plasma
Fluid portion of the blood when no clotting has taken place
1,725 terms
Phlebotomy
POCT - point of care testing
Where may POCT be taken
Some advantages of POCT
Who decides what tests are CLIA waived
Performance of analytic tests immediately after obtaining a s…
Bedside, ICU, ER, clinic, physicians office, nursing home, as…
"Bringing the lab to the patient", the turnaround time for ob…
FDA
POCT - point of care testing
Performance of analytic tests immediately after obtaining a s…
Where may POCT be taken
Bedside, ICU, ER, clinic, physicians office, nursing home, as…
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
35 terms
Phlebotomy
Random Urine Specimens
Midstream Specimen
The 24 hour specimen
Testing Urine
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
Collected during a 24 hour period. Urine is typically chilled…
Testing for ph measures if urine is acidic or alkaline. Routi…
Random Urine Specimens
Collected for a urinalysis. No special measures are needed. I…
Midstream Specimen
Also called a clean-voided specimen or a clean-catch specimen…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
112 terms
Phlebotomy
Order of Blood Draw
Phelbo
tomy
Phlebotomists
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Refers to veins
Relates to cutting
Collectors of blood
Order of Blood Draw
1. CLEAR: Cultures with No Additive... 2. LIGHT BLUE: Clotting F…
Phelbo
Refers to veins
Phlebotomy
erythrocyte
leukeocyte
thrombocyte
type of blood cell that carries oxygen
red blood cell
white blood cell
platelet
erythrocyte
erythrocyte
red blood cell
leukeocyte
white blood cell
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
243 terms
phlebotomy
What is a professional
What are roles and duties of a phlebot…
Phlebotomy is defined as?
communication skills needed by a phleb…
Someone who does a job that requires special training, educat…
1. Drawing blood from a patient and ... 2. Delivering this blood…
Cut into vein for the purpose of withdrawing blood specimen.…
-speak in a pleasant tone... -make eye contact... -be considerate
What is a professional
Someone who does a job that requires special training, educat…
What are roles and duties of a phlebot…
1. Drawing blood from a patient and ... 2. Delivering this blood…
400 terms
Phlebotomy
Yellow (Sterile)
Light Blue
Red
SST (Tiger)
Dept.: Blood Bank, Immohematology... Addictive: ACD, SPS ... Tests:…
Dept.: Coagulation... Addictive: Sodium Citrate... Tests: PT, PTT,…
Dept.: Chemistry... Addictive: None... Tests: ALP, Amylase, ALT... Inv…
Dept.: Chemistry... Addictive: Thixotropic Gel... Tests: CA125, CMP…
Yellow (Sterile)
Dept.: Blood Bank, Immohematology... Addictive: ACD, SPS ... Tests:…
Light Blue
Dept.: Coagulation... Addictive: Sodium Citrate... Tests: PT, PTT,…
58 terms
Phlebotomy
amino acid
anemia
antecubital space
anticoagulant
Building blocks of protein
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
space located at the bend in the elbow
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
amino acid
Building blocks of protein
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
68 terms
phlebotomy
basic order of draw
what is the correct order of draw if y…
your basic order of draw
break down your non additive order of…
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
blood cultures, coag, non-additive, additive
tubes that are totally empty, Non - gel containing, then gel…
basic order of draw
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
what is the correct order of draw if y…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
62 terms
Phlebotomy
biohazard
bloodborne pathogens
blood culture
catheter
anything that is a risk to organisms, such as ionizing radiat…
pathogenic micro-organisms that are present in human blood an…
a laboratory test used to check for bacteria or other micro-o…
a hollow, flexible tube that can be inserted into a vessel or…
biohazard
anything that is a risk to organisms, such as ionizing radiat…
bloodborne pathogens
pathogenic micro-organisms that are present in human blood an…
31 terms
PHLEBOTOMY
CILIA
PH
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE
POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS
SLENDER, HAIRLIKE PROCESSES THAT CONSTANTLY BEAT TOWARD THE O…
THE DEGREE TO WHICH A SOLUTION IS ACIDIC OR BASIC
REASONABLY ANTICIPATED SKIN, EYE, MUCOUS MEMBRANE, OR PARENTE…
TREATMENT ADMINISTERED TO AN INDIVIDUAL AFTER EXPOSURE TO AN…
CILIA
SLENDER, HAIRLIKE PROCESSES THAT CONSTANTLY BEAT TOWARD THE O…
PH
THE DEGREE TO WHICH A SOLUTION IS ACIDIC OR BASIC
36 terms
Phlebotomy
what is quality assurance?
what area do you draw from for a PKU t…
additive in light blue top tube?
define cyanotic
a program that guarantees quality patient care by tracking th…
heel
sodium citrate
bluish skin color due to lack of oxygen
what is quality assurance?
a program that guarantees quality patient care by tracking th…
what area do you draw from for a PKU t…
heel
Phlebotomy
English
phlebotomy
nosocomial
Hippocrates
...
cutting into/incision a vein
infection or disease originating in a hospital
Father of medicine 460-377 BC
English
...
phlebotomy
cutting into/incision a vein
Phlebotomy
Why do we use a tourniquet on a patient?
If a patient is on hemodialysis patien…
How long should you set the gel tubes…
This is what type of needle?
a. it is required and a lab policy... b. its because that is wha…
a. Yes... b. No... c.
a. You can spin the blood right away... b. 1 hour... c. 20 minutes…
a. Catheter needle... b. Butterfly needle... c. Blood culture needl…
Why do we use a tourniquet on a patient?
a. it is required and a lab policy... b. its because that is wha…
If a patient is on hemodialysis patien…
a. Yes... b. No... c.
15 terms
phlebotomy
gold(BD HEMOGARD CLOSURE) ... red/gray(ti…
light green(BD HEMOGARD CLOSURE)... gree…
red(HEMOGARD CLOSURE) ... red(CONVENTIONA…
orange (BD HEMOGARD CLOSURE)
additive- clot activator and gel for serum separation ... invers…
additive- lithium heparin and gel for plasma separation ... inve…
additive- silicone coated(glass) inversions at blood-0 additi…
additive- thrombin-based clot activator with gel for serum se…
gold(BD HEMOGARD CLOSURE) ... red/gray(ti…
additive- clot activator and gel for serum separation ... invers…
light green(BD HEMOGARD CLOSURE)... gree…
additive- lithium heparin and gel for plasma separation ... inve…
68 terms
phlebotomy
basic order of draw
what is the correct order of draw if y…
your basic order of draw
break down your non additive order of…
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
blood cultures, coag, non-additive, additive
tubes that are totally empty, Non - gel containing, then gel…
basic order of draw
blood cultures (yellow top tube or broth) coagulation (light…
what is the correct order of draw if y…
red first (non-additive) and then grey
79 terms
phlebotomy
The safety butterfly blood collection…
For newborns, the penetration depth if…
Which of the following needle gauges h…
A blood cell count requires whole bloo…
21
2.0 mm or less
23
Lavender
The safety butterfly blood collection…
21
For newborns, the penetration depth if…
2.0 mm or less
34 terms
Phlebotomy
The Public health sercices responsivil…
This is an abbreaviation for a healthc…
The abbreviation for the coding system…
it is not the respsonsibility of the d…
administer programs for control of disease
IDS
CPT
Know the patients financial capabilities
The Public health sercices responsivil…
administer programs for control of disease
This is an abbreaviation for a healthc…
IDS
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