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Phlebotomy test 1

Primary role of phlebotomist Collect blood for accurate and reliable test results
Process of collecting blood Phlebotomy
Collection of blood from a vein by penetrating the vein with a needle Venipuncture
Point of Care testing Testing that is done at the patients bedside
Study of blood Hematology
CBC Complete Blood count
___________ is usually in the same area as hematology Coagulation
Study of blood clotting mechanisms Coagulation
Urinalysis Chemical and microscopic examination of urine
__________ section works with the fluid portion of the blood, the serum or plasma, or other body fluids Chemistry
Subsection of chemistry that test thyroid studies and amioglycoside levels Special Chemistry
Studies organisms that are so small that they can only be seen through a microscope Microbiology
Studies antigen-antibody reactions Immunology
Another name for blood bank immunohematology
Studies deficiencies that are related to genetic dseases Cytogentics
Examine tissues and cell smears for evidence of cancer, infection, or other abnormalities Pathology
Most common cytology specimens Pap test
All processes that it takes to collect the speciment Preanalytical
Most important step in preanalytical process Patient Identification
PSC Patient service centers
Certain test that are not very common Esoteric
RPL Rapid response laboratory
Isolation based on the type of disease infecting the patient Disease-Specific Isolation
An allergy to natural rubber latex Latex Allergy
Infection as a result of a hospital or health facility stay Nosocomial Infection
Assumes that all blood and most body fluids are potentially infectious Standard Precautions
A principle to protect health care associates from infections as a result to exposure to body fluids Universal Precautions
Physical transfer of infective material Direct Contact Transmission
Transfer of infective material via an object Indirect Contact Transmission
Droplets that travel 1 meter or less from the infected individual Droplet Transmission
Transfer of infective material through contaminated items Vehicle Transmission
Droplets that transfer on air currents Airborne Transmission
Transmission by insects Vector Transmission
Five main points in standard precaution Wash hands, wear gloves, wear protective cover, wear a mask, use sharps containers
7 category-specific isolations strict, contact, respiratory, tuberculosis, drainage/secretion, enteric, protective or reverse
A patient with a contagious disease Strict Isolation
A disease that is transmitted through the air Respiratory Isolation
Isolation of a patient with tuberculosis Tuberculosis Isolation
Patients with open wounds Drainage/Secretion Precautions
Patients with severe diarrhea due to contagious bacteria Enteric Precautions
Protects the patient from the health care workers Protective or reverse isolation
Intended for patients
Created by: msbehave