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ch 44 the POL

Physcians office laboratory

Who regulates the POL? CLIA;CMS;OSHA
CLIA is Clinical Laboratory improvements amendments
CMS is Centers for medicare and medicaid services
OSHA is Occupational Safety and Health administration
CMS regulates all lab testing through CLIA
Categories of testing include Waived; moderately complex; highly complex
Granted according to the difficulty in performing the test Waived testing
Performed under more stringent regulations with more personnel Moderately complex testing
Personnel must have specific and specialized training to perform Highly complex testing
Refers to evaluated services and the results, compared to accepted standards Quality Assurance
A process of assessing test procdures, reagents, and technique of individuals Quality Control
You must use what type of precautions in the POL? Standard
If you are risk to being exposed to blood or bodly fluids, you should use... PPE and protective barriers
When dressing for the office, you should remove jewlery and tie back long hair
Needles should never be recapped
MSDS refers to material data safety sheets, which should be available to all staff
Used to examine minute objests that cannot be seen by the naked eye Microscope
How should a microscope be carried? One hand under the base and one hand holding the arm
Supports the eyepiece arm
Contains lens to magnify item being examined Eyepiece
Two eyepieces Binocular
One eyepiece Monocular
Leads to revolving nosepiece Body tube
Lenses of the microscope are called objectives
Magnifies X10 low power objective
Magnifies X40 high power objective
Magnifies X100 oil-immersion lens
Brings specimen into good definition fine focus dial
Has two clips to hold the specimen Stage
Has condenser and dierects light onto specimen Substage
Controls the light desired Shutter(diaphragm)
What should you wipe the eyepieces with to prevent infection disinfectant wipes
Created by: clarevoyant1019



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