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Order Of Draw

Phlebotomy OOD

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What are the Yellow tube (blood culture) additives? Acid, Citrate, Dextrose (ACD) AND Sodium Polyanethle Sulfonate (for blood cultures)
What are the Yellow tube (blood culture) Lab Uses? Blood Bank Studies
What is the Yellow tube (blood culture) specimen types? Whole Blood
What are the Yellow tube (blood culture) Clinical Correlations? Sepsis and Infection
What are the Yellow tube (blood culture) number of inversions? 8
What is the Yellow tube (blood culture) rationale for collection order? Minimizes the chance of microbial contamination
What is the Yellow tube (blood culture) Draw volume? and what is it typically drawn into? 8.0 mL (typically drawn into a culture bottle)
What are the Red tube Additives for glass? it is an SST
What are the red tubes Additives for plastic? it has a clot activator
What is the Red tube mode of action? Blood clots, and serum separates by cetrifugation
What are the Red tube Lab Uses? Chemistry , serology, Immunology, and blood bank
In the Red tube, what tests are done in the chemistry lab use? glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, potassium, amylase, PSA, BUN, liver enzymes, C-reactive protein
In the Red tube, what tests are done in the serology lab use? antibody to Hep B, RPR for syphilis, drug screening, SLE, Vitamins A&E, Monospot, Rheumatoid factor, ANA
In the Red tube, what tests are done in the immunology lab use? Antistreptolysin O (ASO), Rubella titer, inflammatory disease
In the Red tube, what tests are done in the blood bank lab use? antibody screen, direct antihuman globulin test (DAT),
What is the Red tubes number of inversions? 5
What is the Red tubes draw volume? 2.0 mL- 6.0 mL
What drugs can you test for with the Red tube? Hydrocodone, Prednisone, Lorazepam, Trazodone
What is the Red tubes specimen type? Serum
What is the Red tubes clinical correlation? Coronary risk, STI determination, autoimmune diseases
What are the Additives in the Light Blue GLASS tube? Sodium Citrate 3.2%
What are the Additives in the Light Blue PLASTIC tube? Sodium citrate 3.8%
What is the lab use for the Light Blue tube? Coagulation
What does Coagulation test for in the light blue tube? Anti-thrombin III, Platelet count, BT, PT, PTT, APTT, Fibrinogen
How many inversions for the Light Blue tube? 3-4 inversions
What is the draw volume for the light blue tube? 9-1 ratio; Fill and Chill; FULL DRAW (3.5 mL)
What type of specimen is used for the Light blue tube? Plasma
What is the Clinical correlation on the Light Blue tube? Coagulation Disorders, platelet function, heparin/Coumadin therapy
What is the rationale for the collection order in the light blue tube? minimizes the change of microbial contamination
What are the additives for the Gold top tube? Clot activator, and serum separator gel
what are the lab uses for the gold top tube? Chemistry, blood bank, serology, immunology
In the Gold tube, what tests are done in the chemistry lab use? Chemistry profile, serum determination in chemistry, bilirubin, potassium, triglycerides, cholesterol, lipid panels, MMR, PSA, TSH, Endocrine studies
In the Gold tube, what tests are done in the Blood Bank lab use? Antibody screen, ABO and Rh typing
In the Gold tube, what tests are done in the serology lab use? HIV, Monospot, HCG
In the Gold tube, what tests are done in the immunology lab use? Epstein-Barr, Hep B&C, Herpes simplex
What is the Rationale for the collection order on the gold tube? Comes after coag tube, and before any therapeutic drug testing
How many inversions for the gold tube? 5
what is the draw volume for the gold tube? 2.0 mL- 6.0 mL
What is the Mode of action for the gold SST tube? the gel at the bottom of the tube separates the serum from the blood when being centrifuged
What drugs can be tested for in the Gold tube? Levothyroxine, and Synthroid
What type is specimen is used for the gold tube? Serum
What is the clinical correlation of the gold tube? Coronary risk, autoimmune diseases, blood grouping (ABO & Rh), and endocrine studies
What are the additives for the Tiger top tube? Clot Activator, and Serum Separator gell
What are the Lab Uses for the tiger top tube? Chemistry, Blood Bank, Serology, immunology
In the tiger top tube, what tests are done in the chemistry lab use? Glucose, Cholesterol, triglycerides, CRP, potassium, dx testing, rubella, Fe, Drug screens
In the tiger top tube, what tests are done in the serology lab use? Anti HIV, HCG
In the tiger top tube, what tests are done in the immunology lab use? Febrile Agglutinins
In the tiger top tube, what tests are done in the Blood Bank lab use? type & cross match, type and screen
What is the Rationale for the collection order on the gold tube? Comes after coag tube, and before any therapeutic drug testing
How many inversions for the tiger top tube? 5
What is the draw volume for the tiger top tube? 4.0 mL
What drugs can be tested for in the Tiger Top tube? Simvastatin, Lipitor, Metroprolol, Furosemide, metroprolol tartrate, Plavix, Lovastin
What is the type of specimen for the tiger top tube? Serum
What is the clinical correlation for the tiger top tube? Coronary risk, STI's, infection, and blood typing
What are the additives for the Light Green tube? Lithium Heparin, and Plasma separation gel
what is the lab use for the light green tube? Chemistry
What tests are being performed in the chemistry lab use of the light green tube? renal function testing, hepatic panel, TSH, BUN, Uric acid, Lipid Panel, Plasma determination, potassium determination
What is the mode of action for the light green tube? Anticoagulate with lithium heparin; plasma is separated with the separating gel at the bottom of the tube
what is the rationale for the collection order of the light green tube? chemistry testing generally comes after coag and or serum testing
how many inversion for the light green tube? 8
what is the draw volume for the light green tube? 3.5 mL
what is the specimen type for the light green tube? plasma
what is the clinical correlation for the light green tube? Kidney function, endocrine function, and liver function
what are the additives for the green/gray tube? lithium heparin, and Plasma separation gel
what are the lab uses for the green/gray tube? Chemistry
what tests are in the chemistry lab use for green/gray tube? ABG, Plasma determination, potassium determination, STAT chemistry tests
what is the rationale for the collection order for the green/gray tube? chemistry testing generally comes after coag and or serum testing
how many inversions for the green/gray tube? 8
what is the draw volume for the green/gray tube? 2.0 mL
what is the clinical correlation for the green/gray tube? Chemistry studies
What are the additives for the Kelly Green tube? lithium heparin and sodium heparin
what is the lab use for the kelly green tube? cytogenic testing
what is the rationale for the collection order for the Kelly green tube? chemistry testing generally comes after coag and or serum testing
how many inversions and what id the draw volume for the kelly green tube? 5 inversion and 4.0 mL
what type of specimen is the kelly green tube? plasma
what is the clincal correclation for the kelly green tube? genetic testing
what are the additives of the dark green tube? lithium/sodium/ammonium heparin
what is the dark green tubes mode of action? inactivates thrombin and thromboplastin
What is the lab use for the dark green tube? Chemistry
What lab tests can be done in chemistry for dark green tube? Dilantin, phenobarbital, plasma determination, STAT electrolytes, pH, FSH, Chromosome studies, Vitamin C, ammonia, calcium, cortisol, thiamin, potassium
what is the rationale for the collection order for the dark green tube? chemistry testing generally comes after coag and or serum testing
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the dark green tube? 8 inversion; 4.0 mL
what drugs can be tested with the dark green tube? hydrochlorothyazide, ibuprofen, lisinopril, triamterene, Diovan, Crestor, warfarin
what is the specimen for the dark green tube? Plasma
What is the Clinical correlation for the dark green tube? Endocrine studies, chromosome studies, clotting factor, mineral and hormone testing
What is the additive for the white top? potassium K2EDTA (with gel)
What is the lab use for the white top? Chemistry
what tests in chemistry are ran on a white tube? DNA testing, Molecular dx testing, Polymerase Chain reaction
What is the rationale for the collection order on the white tube? follows plasma tests and does not contain heparin
What is the mode of action on the white tube? Forms Calcium salts
how many inversions and what is the draw volume on the white tube? 8 inversions; 4.0 mL
Specimen type for the white top? Whole Blood/plasma
Clinical correlation for the white top? DNA testing
what are the additives in the plastic pink top? spray dried K2EDTA
what is the additive in the glass pink top? potassium K3EDTA
what is the lab use for the pink tube? Blood bank
what tests are done in the pink tube for the blood bank lab use? whole blood hematology, blood banking, routine immunohematology testing, blood donor screening
what is the mode of action for the pink tube? forms calcium salts
what is the rationale on the collection order for the pink tube? follows plasma tests and does not contain heparin
how many inversions and what is the draw volume on the pink tube? 8 inversions; 6.0 mL
what is the specimen type in the pink tube? whole blood/plasma
what is the clinical correlation in the pink tube? hematology, immunity testing, blood banking
What are the additives in the Glass lavender tube? liquid K3EDTA
What are the additives in the plastic lavender tube? K2EDTA
what is the mode of action in the lavender tube? forms calcium salts to remove calcium salts
what are the lab uses in the lavender tube? blood bank, and hematology
what are the tests in the blood bank lab use for the lavender tube? CBC, blood bank, HIV, Rh, Vitamin D, A1C
what are the tests in the hematology lab use for the lavender tube? platelet function, Hgb, Hct
Rationale for the collection order for the lavender tube? Follows pink for hematology
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the lavender tube? 8 inversions and 4.0 mL
what is the specimen type for the lavender tube? whole blood/ plasma
what is the clinical correlation for the lavender tube? anemia, bleeding disorders, ABO, glucose testing, clotting capabilities
what are the additives for the gray top? NA2, potassium oxalate, sodium fluoride
what is the mode of action for the gray top? anti-glycotlytic agent preserves glucose up to 5 days
what are the chemistry lab uses for the gray top? glucose testing, FBS, GTT, postprandial, lactic acid, ETOH (with witness) Cocaine Testing
Gray tubes reason for collection order is? Fluoride destroys enzymes, so it follows hematology tests
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the gray tube? 8 inversions; 4.0 mL
what type of specimen is the gray tube? Whole blood
what is the clinical correlation in the gray tube? Glucose testing, alcohol testing, cocaine testing
Yellow tubes (number 14) additives ACD, sodium polyanethol sulfonate
what is the yellow tubes mode of action when number 14 in OOD compliments inactivation
when the yellow top is #14 in OOD the lab use is for what tests? HLA, paternity testing, DNA studies, rape studies, cellular studies
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the yellow tube when it is #14? 8 inversions; 3.0 mL
what specimen type is the yellow tube in #14 OOD? Whole Blood
What is the clinical correlation in the yellow tube when it is #14 in the OOD? Paternity testing, DNA and cellular studies
What are the additives for the orange top? thrombin
what are the lab uses for the orange tube? Chemistry and microbiology
what tests are ran for the chemistry lab use in the orange tube? STAT serum determination, anticoag therapy, autoantibodies
what tests are ran for the microbiology lab use in the orange tube? microbial, parasitic, and viral studies
what is the rationale for the collection order for the orange tube? additive tubes follow non additive and coag tubes
what is the mode of action for the orange tube? blood quickly clots
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the orange tube? 8 inversions; 3.0 mL
what is the specimen type for the orange tube? whole blood/ serum
what is the clinical correlation for the orange tube? coagulation, parasitic, and viral studies
What are the additives for the dark blue tube? NA2EDTA clot activator (plastic for serum), sodium heparin
what are the lab uses for the dark blue tube? chemistry
what chemistry tests are used for the dark blue tube? nutritional studies, trace element testing, toxicology
what is the rationale for the collection order for the dark blue tube? additive tubes follow non additive and coag tubes
what is the mode of action for the dark blue tube? tube is designed to contain no contaminating metals
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the dark blue tube? 8 inversions; 3.0 mL
what type of specimen is the dark blue tube? plasma
what are the additives for the brown/tan tube? sodium heparin, spray dried K2EDTA (plastic)
what is the chemistry lab use for the dark blue tube? Lead Determination
what is the rationale for the collection order for the brown/tan tube? additive tubes follow non additive and coag tubes
how many inversions and what is the draw volume of the brown/tan tube? 8 inversions; 6.0 mL
Specimen type of the brown/tan tube? plasma
what are the additives for the yellow/black tube? broth mixture
the lab use for the yellow/black tube is microbiology, what tests are done in this type? aerobes, anaerobes, fungi
what is the rationale for the collection order for the yellow/black tube? additive tubes follow non additive and coag tubes
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the yellow/black tube? 6-8 inversions; FULL DRAW
What is the specimen type for the yellow/black tube? whole blood
what is the additive for the black tube? sodium citrate (buffered)
what are the lab tests for hematology in the black tube? ESR, Westergren sedimenatation rate
what is the rationale for collection order for the black tube? additive tubes follow non additive and coag tubes
how many inversions and what is the draw volume for the black tube? 8 inversions; FULL DRAW
what is the specimen type for the black tube? whole blood
what are the additives for the clear tube? there are none
what is the lab use for the clear tube? discard tube or secondary specimen tube
rationale for collection order for the clear tube use PRN
inversions and the draw volume for the clear tube? N/A; Use PRN
specimen type for the clear tube? Varies
Created by: e_fett16