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Phlebotomy & Laborat

Lecture Review Sheet, Unit 2

What size needles does a blood bank uses? 16 Gauge Needle
What motion is used after collecting blood in tubes containing an anticoagulant? Inverted gently and repeatedly after blood collection
Give three reasons for the requisitions. Authorization to perform the procedure, Collection of the appropriate equipment, Patient Location/ID
Where is the basilia vein located? The basilia vein passes along the back of the forearm on the ulnar side for a distance and then curves to the surface below the elbow.
What is the first thing a phlebotomist should do when entering a room? In a hospital setting,knock gently before entering the room, even if the door is open this alerts the patient to your presence. announce yourself if a curtain is closed around the bed. Intorduce yourself, and explain that you are there to collect a blood.
How many times can needle be used? One Time
Is a 16 gauge needle smaller or bigger than an 18 gauge needle? The smaller the gauge the bigger the needle. The bigger the gauge the smaller the needle.
What is the most common antiseptic used in a venipuncture? 70% Isopropyl Alchol Wipes
Name three additives that are considered ananticoagulant. Dipotassium EDTA/ Sodium Citrate/ Heparin
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