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Phleb Ch 1&11

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QuestionAnswer
The most common source of lab error? Administrative
An elderly pt is referred to as? Geriatric pt; geriatrics
What dept of the lab processes Pap tests? Cytology
Polycythemia Vera is a condition that calls for what treatment? (In some cases also hereditary hemochromatosis) Therapeutic phlebotomy
Orthopedics deals with? Broken bones
(T/F): Pt ID, sample transport, skin prep (cleansing) are all variables of preexaminaion. True
Sample testing is part of which process? The exam process
Which dept would a pt be visiting for dialysis? Nephrology
Pathologists, Med Lab Scientists (MLS) or Clinical Lab Scientists (CLS), Med Lab Techs (MLT), Phleb Techs (PBT), Cytotechnologists (CT), and Histotechnologists (HTL) are all important members of the? Laboratory Staff
A physician who studies the course of disease, who reads and interprets tissues under microscopic examination. This type of physician requires 5 years of training following graduation from a med school to be eligible to take the exam. A pathologist
2 positions in the lab staff who hold baccalaureate degrees & are able to test, determine, & report results to the pathologist. These type of technologists are primarily found within the blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology & microbe depts. Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) or Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS)
Under supervision these technicians are able to preform general tests, they have a HS diploma or AS, in addition to specialized training. Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
These technicians are responsible for collecting blood and have specialized training in addition to a HS diploma. PhlebotomyTechnician (PBT)
This person sophisticatedly prepares body tissue samples (immunohistochemistry)-- they must hold baccalaureate degrees as well as special training to freeze, cut, mount, and stain tissues, often while the pt is still in surgery. Histotechnologist (HTL)
This person examines cells under a microscope to detect cancer in the earliest stages. They must hold baccalaureate degrees and receive specialized training to search out even the smallest abnormalities in cells. Cytotechnologist (CT)
Coronary Care Unit (CCU) Increased care due to a heart condition
Home Health Care Follow-up care at home
ICU Increased care for critical needs
Neonatal Newborn care
Nephrology Pt on dialysis
Obstetrics (OB) Pt in labor/childbirth
Orthopedic Pt with broken bones
This is the dept of the lab that studies blood cells. (Coag,CBC) Hematology
(T/F): Urinalysis is often preformed near or in the same area as hematology in order to share microscopes. True
This section of the lab works with the fluid portion of the blood. (BUN, glucose, panels) Chemistry
Mycrobacteria ex. TB (fungi. C&S, parasites) all studied under a microscope are done in this section of the lab. Microbiology
This section of the lab studies antigen-antibody reactions . (HIV, Hep, RA) Immunology
This section of the lab studies antigen and antibodies as they relate to RBCs. (Blood typing, screening, compatibility) also known as immunohematology. Blood bank section
Section of the lab which studies genetic diseases/genetic testing. Cytogenetics
What does the cytology/histology dept of the lab also known as? Pathology
This section of the lab examines smears, cells, and tissues for abnormalities. (Cancer, infection) Pathology (cytology/histology)
The lab that handles tests individual (emergency) requests, 24/7. The stat lab
This lab is us for outpatients, Ambulatory care laboratory (Outpatient laboratory)
Which regulatory agency sends prominence samples for accuracy checks;inspects lab procedures/results, and is accepted by the joint commission? College of American Pathologists (CAP)
Simple waived tests that are unvarying, and require min judgement and interpretation. CLIA waived tests
Nonverbal communication or body language which includes postures, gestures, eye contact and facial expressions that accompany verbal communication are known as? Kinesics
The goal of communication is to creat common understanding, which three things create a frame of common reference? Background, education and experience
Which type of conflict management style smooths over conflict, maintaining peace at all times? The accommodator
Which type of conflict management style conflict ignores conflict by walking always or withdrawing from a situation? The avoider
Which type of conflict management style works to understand the conflict and find a solution? The collaborator
Which type of conflict management style works to find an acceptable compromise between two parties? The compromiser
Which type of conflict management style tries to overpower everyone and dictate the situation? The controller
The phlebotomist who smooths over a situation is known as _________? The accommodator
(T/F) People can speak at a rate of 100-200words per min. True
(T/F) People can listen at a rate of 500-600 words per min. True
What type of communication is eye contact? Nonverbal
This is sample collection where the phlebotomist is part of the lab team and is dispatched to hospital units to collect samples. Centralized Phlebotomy
This is sample collection where ALL members of the health care team share responsibility to collect blood samples. Decentralized phlebotomy
Created by: rhiginbo