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*Anatomy & Equiment

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Anterior Front of body
Posterior Back of body
Proximal Up Towards body
Distal Away form body down
Arm: Medial side Inside of arm by torso. On pinky side
Arm: lateral side Outside of arm thumb side
Palmar Palm
Dorsal Back of hand
Plantar surface Bottom of foot
Medial plantar Inside of foot. Big toe side
Lateral plantar Outside of foot. Pinky toe side
Prone position On stomach face down
Supine position On back face up
Superior Going up
Inferior Going down
The proximal end of the forearm refers to which of the following? A. Near elbow B. Around fingers C. Near wrist D. By the shoulders A. Near the elbow
Which of these statements are true? A. The abdominal cavity is inferior to the forearm B. The elbow is on the ventral surface of the forearm C. The head is inferior to the neck D. The little finger is on the medial surface of the hand A. Abdominal cavity is inferior to the forearm
Term that describes what the balance or steady state condition normally maintained by the body Homeostasis
Whorls as related to capillary puncture are A blebs created during skin test B. Formations seen in blood films C. Newborn screening blood spots D. Spiral patterns of fingerprints D. Spiral patterns of fingerprints
The antecubital fossa is located Anterior and distal to the elbow
What vein is found only in or below the AC fossa A. Basilic B. Cephalic C. Median D. Subclavin C. Median
What fingers can be used for a capillary puncture? Ring and middle finger
For children 2 years and older where is capillary puncture recommended? Pad of a middle finger
The major blood vessels of the skin are located? A. Dermal-subconscious junctions B. Between epidermis and dermis C. In the epidermis and subcutaneous D. Within the epidermis and the dermis A. At the dermal-subcutaneous junction
Dermal punctures are performed on Capillaries
Leakage of blood into surrounding tissue Hematoma
Thin walled vessels Venules
Blood that’s carried in the veins Deoxygenated blood
Needle safety features work by A. Covering or shielding the needle B. Retracting the needle after use C. Using a device to blunt the needle D. All of the above D. All of the above
A phlebotomy needle that does not have a safety feature A. Cannot be used B. Must be used with a holder that has safety feature C. Requires immediate recapping D. Should be removed from the holder before disposal B. Must be used with a holder that has a safety feature
What does gauge of a needle relate to A. Diameter B. Length C. Strength D. Volume A. Diameter
Which needle gauge had the largest bore or lumen A. 18 B. 20 C. 21 D. 22 A. 18
The slanted tip of a needle is called Bevel
The color coding for needles indicates the A. Length B. Gauge C. Manufacturer D. Anticoagulant B Gauge
The smaller the gauge number the Larger the lumen diameter
Most common gauge used for a routine venipuncture is 21 gauge
Another name for butterfly is Winged infusion set
When may it be necessary to use a syringe draw? The patients veins are very fragile
Antiseptics are A. Corrosive chemical compounds B. Safe for skin C. Used on surfaces and instruments D. Used to kill pathogenic microbes B. Safe for skin
A solution used to clean the site before routine venipuncture is 70% isopropyl alcohol
What collection device is filled by capillary action A. Amber micro tubes B. Filter paper circles C. Hematocrit tubes D. Lavender tubes C. Hematocrit tubes
A list of capillary puncture equipment would exclude A. Blood culture bottle B. Various lancet types C. Microcollection tubes D. Skin warming devices A. Blood culture bottle
Microcollection container is sometimes called A. Bullet B. Flea C. Fleam D. Pipet A. Bullet
It is necessary to control the depth of lancet insertion during heel puncture to avoid A. Damage to tendons B. Injuring the calcaneus C. Puncturing an artery D. Unnecessary bleeding B. Injuring the calcaneus
Which specimen should be collected in an Amber microtube A. Bilirubin B. Glucose C. Lead D. PKU A. Bilirubin
It is necessary to control the depth of lancet insertion during heel puncture to avoid A. Damage to tendons B. Injuring the calcaneus C. Puncturing an artery D. Unnecessary bleeding B. Injuring the calcaneus
Which specimen should be collected in an Amber microtube A. Bilirubin B. Glucose C. Lead D. PKU A. Bilirubin
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