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Phlebotomy

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What are the means of transportation? Contact; Droplet; Airborne; Common Vehicle; Vector
How can an infectious agents transport by Droplet? Coughing, Sneezing, or talking
How can an infectious agent transport by Common Vehicle? Food, water, medication, devices; and equipment.
How can an infectious agent transport by Vector ? Artthropods e.g. insects and ticks
What does the urinary system include? Kidneys, bladder and urethra
Which tube is used for alcohol levels? Light Grey
What is the ratio of anticoagulant to blood? 9:1
What tube is used for serum? Red
Blood banks use what size of gauge? 16-18
How much isopropyl alcohol does an antiseptic pad contain? 70%
Which location is used for a dermal puncture on an infant? Heel; Medial and Lateral borders only
Which specimens must be maintained at 37 Celsius? Cold agglutinins and Cryofibrinogen
Should you learn about Patient Bill of Rights? Yes, learn each patient Bill of Rights
What are the names of the two (2) bottles for Blood Cultures? Aerobic and Anaerobic culture
Serum or plasma that has a white milky appearance is called Lipemic
What is the order of draw according to CLSI standard H3-A6? Blood cultures; Light Blue; Red; Green; Lavender; Pink, white or royal blue; gray; Dark blue
Created by: lmo1