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PHLEBOTOMY

PHLEBOTOMY: Collection Procedures

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What would be the system of choice to identify laboratory specimens from an unconscious woman in the emergency room? USA A 3 PART IDENTIFICATION BAND WITH SPECIAL TUBE LABELS.
When selecting a venipuncture site, how can you tell a vein from an artery? AN ARTERY HAS A PULSE.
What is the best angle to use for needle insertion during routine venipuncture. FIFTEEN - THIRTY DEGREES
It is better to use gauze and not cotton balls for pressure over the site, because cotton balls: MAY PULL THE PLATELETS AWAY WHEN REMOVED.
The best way to collect a ________ specimen from a dorsal vein is to let the blood drip onto the ______ card. PHENYLKETONURIA PKU
Collecting blood from a vascular access device can result in: COLONIZED BACTERIA THAT ACCUMULATES AROUND THE LINE CAN BE PULLED INTO THE LINE WHEN USED FOR A BLOOD COLLECTION.
According to NCCLS, an ivy bleeding time should be stopped after: FIFTEEN MINUTES
Blood Culture collection sites are prepared by swabbing the venipuncture site with iodine, which is left on for at least: TWENTY SECONDS
The maximum depth for a heel puncture is: TWO.FOUR MM
Created by: ascpstudent100