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Phlebotomy Chap 2 Study Questions Pg 67-68

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_?_ is the largest healthcare standards-setting body in the world. a*CAP b*CLSI c*JCAHO d*NAACLA C*JCAHO
The CLIZ federal regulations are administrated by a*CAP b*CLSI c*CMS d*COW C*CMS
_?_ are set up to monitor all aspects of laboratory work. a*GLPs b*Quality indicators c*Sentinel events d*Thresholds B*Quality indicators
A QA program monitors? a*Indicators b*Outcomes c*Procedures d*Threshold values B*Outcomes
What book describes the necessary steps to follow in patient preparation? a*Collection manual b*Infection control manual c*Procedure manual d*Safety manual A*Collection manual
Necessary elements of risk management are all the following EXCEPT a*Education b*Evaluation c*Identification d*Obligation D*Obligation
Informed consent means that a*Nurse has right to perform procedure on a patient even if the patient refuses b*Patient agrees to a procedure after being told of consequences associated Informed consent means that c*Patient has the right to look at all medical records d*Phlebotomist tells patient what ordered & implications test results.
Informed consent means that (choices on previous two cards) B*Patient agrees to a procedure after being told of consequences associated
A national organization that develops guidelines and sets standards for laboratory procedures a*CAP b*CLSI c*JCAHO d*NAACLS B*CLSI
The physician employer of a phlebotomist who injures a patient during a blood draw is sued for negligence. This is an example of a*Assault & battery b*Fraud c*Respondeat superior d*Vicarious liability C*Respondeat superior
A young adult comes to an outpatient lab to have his blood drawn. What should the phlebotomist know before drawing this patient's blood? a*Age of majority in the state b*Date of birth of the patient c*Name of the patient d* All of the above D*All of the above
Phlebotomist's are involved in the Joint Commission's performance measurements in the area of myocardial infarction in what way? a*Collecting specimens for blood cultures at specified times b*Collecting specimens for timed tests for cardiac enzymes Phlebotomist's are involved in the Joint Commission's performance measurements in the area of myocardial infarction in what way?c*Processing specimens for pneumonia testing d*Reporting pregnancy testing results
Phlebotomist's are involved in the Joint Commission's performance measurements in the area of myocardial infarction in what way?Choices on previous two cards. B*Collecting specimens for timed tests for cardiac enzymes
a delta check refers to a*Checking the wristband with the requisition b* Comparing current test results with previous one c*Documenting all of the QC controls d*Infection control precautions B*Comparing current test results with previous one
Which one of the following is used as a monitor or quality indicator for the process of "test requesting"? a*Accuracy of ordering b*Safety c*Transit time d*Wristband evaluation A*Accuracy of ordering
Failure to exercise "due care" is a* Assault b*Battery c*Invasion of privacy d*Negligence D*Negligence
the stature of limitations timing can begin on any of the following EXCEPT a* On the day the negligent act took place b* The day of last medical treatment c*The first day of counseling with a lawyer d*When the injury was discovered C*The first day of counseling with a lawyer
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