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Flavin PHB101 wk1 18

Flavin PHB101 wk 1 Intro to Clinical Lab ch 44

Physical, chemical, and microscopic are the 3 compenents to what lab test? UA
CSF means: cerebrospinal fluid (CSF),
Erythrocyte is a: Red Blood Cell
Leukocyte is a: White Blood Cell
Platelets are aka known as: Thrombocytes
A thrombocyte does what in the blood? Coagulation
Hematology A CBC would be sent to what Dept. in the laboratory?
Who is at the top of the lab that makes the final decision on what classification a sample is given? Pathologist
QC means: quality control
POL means: Physicians Office Laboratory
CDC is the: Center for Disease control
What should be done when you enter and exit a pt's room? Wash your hands
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet
If you didn't document it then it did not _________________. Happen
Chemistry Analysis Analyzes chemicals found in blood, cerebrospinal fluid, urine, and joint fluid
Microbiology Involves the study of bacteria, fungi, yeasts, parasites, and viruses
OSHA mandates 2 programs for safety in laboratories, what are they? bloodborne & chemical
__the study of blood cells and coagulation. Hematology
__ used to spin down UA or blood to separate sediment or blood cells. Centrifuge
Where do the needles and sharps go? Biohazard container
The MA can performed what type of test? Clia waived
aliquot A portion of a well-mixed sample removed for testing.
anticoagulants Chemicals added to a blood sample after collection to prevent clotting.
calibration Determining the accuracy of an instrument by comparing its output with that of a known standard or another instrument known to be accurate.
cytology The study of cells using microscopic methods.
hemolyzed A blood sample in which the RBCs have ruptured.
preservative Substances added to a specimen to prevent deterioration of cells or chemicals.
qualitative A laboratory test result expressed as positive or negative.
quantitative A lab test result expressed in numeric units of measure.
reagent A testing substance that produces a reaction when interacting with the patient sample.
reference range The numeric range of test values for which the general population consistently shows similar results 95% of the time.
specimen A sample of body fluid, waste product, or tissue collected for analysis.
STAT Immediately
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