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Phlebotomy Chap 10 Study Questions pg396

pg 396 Which of the following tests requires an sterialized specimen? a.Bilirubin b. CBGs c.Electrolytes d.Glucose B CBGs
Skin puncture supplies include all of the following EXCEPT? a.Gauze pad b.Lancet c.Microcollection device d.Povidone-iodine pad D Povidone-iodine pad
Skin puncture blood contains a.Arterial blood c.Interstitial fluids c.Venous blood d. All of the Above D All of the Above
The concentration of this substance is higher in capillary blood than in venous blood a.Blood urea nitrogen b.Carotene c.Glucose d.Total protein C Glucose
Skin Puncture is typically performed on adults when a.Patients have thrombotic tendencies b.There are no accessible veins c.Veins need to be saved for other procedures d. All of the above D All of the above
If collected by capillary puncture, which test specimen is collected first? a.CBC b.Electrolytes c.Glucose d.Phosphorus A CBC
Which of the following conditions disqualifies a site for capillary puncture? a.Cyanotic b.Edematous c.Swollen d.All of the Above D All of the Above
The least hazardous are of an infant's foot for capillary puncture is the a. Arch b.Central area of the heel c.Medial or laterla plantar surface of the heel d.Posterior curvature of the heel C Medial or laterla plantar surface of the heel
According to CLSL, a heel puncture lancet should not puncture deeper than a.1.5mm b.2.0mm c.2.5mm d.3.0mm B 2.0mm
Which of the following is a proper skin puncture procedure? a.Clean the site thoroughly with povidone-iodine b.Milk the site to keep the blood flowing freely c.Puncture parrel to the grooves of the fingerprint d.Wipe away the first drop of blood D Wipe away the first drop of blood
When making a routine blood smear, the "pusher slide" is normally used at an angle of a.15degree b.30degree c.45degree d.60degree B 30degree
the blood specimen for this test is placed in circles on special filter paper a.Bilirubin b.CBGs c.PKU d.Malaria C PKU
see NOTES FOR Case Study 10-1 Capillary Puncture Procedure questions and answers. see NOTES FOR Case Study 10-1 Capillary Puncture Procedure questions and answers.
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