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VTHT 1301 AVMA Task4

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The _________________________ veins are used for feline venipunctures. (Check all that apply) jugular, cephalic, medial saphenous
Once the blood sample is taken or the drug is administered, the needle is withdrawn from the vein, and digital pressure is applied over the venipuncture site for at least ____________. 30 seconds
The most frequently used sites for canine blood collection are the ____________________. (Check all that apply) cephalic, lateral saphenous veins, jugular
Which of the following tubes is used for glucose testing? Gray
True or False: To collect blood from a peripheral vein, introduce the needle into the occluded vessel as far proximally as possible. false
A gray top blood tube contains which of the following additives? potassium oxalate or sodium fluoride
True or False: Most venipunctures in cats and small dogs are performed with 25-gauge needles false
True or False: After blood is collected, the needle is inserted into the blood tube stopper and the vacuum pulls the blood from the syringe is considered best practices. False
True or False: The medial saphenous or femoral vein is used to collect small volumes of blood. True
A lavender top tube contains which of the following additives? K2EDTA or K3EDTA
True or False: If the initial venipuncture attempt is unsuccessful, reinsert the needle more distal to the previous entry site. False
To collect blood from a peripheral vein, introduce the needle into the occluded vessel as far proximally as possible. False
True or False: For a jugular venipuncture, the initial attempt is made in the cranial region of the jugular vein. False
True or False: Larger-gauge needles, such as 20- and 18-gauge, may be used in large breed dogs and in most farm animals for venipuncture. True
For any venipuncture technique, the needle should always be inserted into the vein with the bevel facing _______. up
True or False: Larger-gauge needles, such as 20- and 18-gauge, may be used in large breed dogs and in most farm animals for venipuncture. true
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