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Mid Term Exam

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PURPOSE OF PHLEOBOTMY TODAY? TESTING AND DIAGNOSIS
TWO MAIN TYPES OF PHLEOTOMY? VENIPUNCHER PUNCHURE AND DERMAL PUNCTURE
DUTIES OF A PHLEBOTOMIST
WHAT SKILLS MUST A PHLEBOTOMIST HAVE
Their responsibilities include interviewing and preparing the patient for the blood draw. They must bring the appropriate equipment and using it correctly to retrieve the sample.
Venipuncture / Capillary Blood Collection. Empathetic Customer Service. Excellent Communication Skills. Specimen Preparation. Medical Records Data Entry / Coding. Insurance / Payment Processing
WHAT ARE 3 EXAMPLES OF PROFESSIONALISM COMPASSION DEPENDABILITY INTEGRITY
HIPPOCRATIC OATH AND WHAT DOSE IT MEAN The Hippocratic Oath is an oath of ethics historically taken by physicians it requires a new physician to swear, by a number of healing gods, to uphold specific ethical standards.
INTEGRITY the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
NAME 3 PARTS OF THE PATIENT CARE PARTNERSHIP (1) high quality hospital care, (2) a clean, safe environment, (3) involvement in your care
HOW TO DEAL WITH A DIFFICULT PATIENTS GIVE THEM THE CONTROL. GIVE THEM THERE RIGHT TO REFUSE
WHAT ARE BARRIERS OF COMMUNICATION barriers that can occur within a company: language, cultural diversity, gender differences, status differences and physical separation. These barriers to communication are specific items that can distort or prevent communication within an organization.
NAME FOUR ELEMENTS IN HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATION acknowledging the patient by name, introducing themselves by name, identifying their role, explaining the care plan, explaining that multiple providers would see the patient
WHAT IS A PROFESSIONAL IMAGE that one projects about themselves based upon appearance and reputation. Image can be conveyed as professional by the way that you dress, the way you speak, the way you respond to others,
WHAT COLOR TUBE IS USED FOR MOST DRUG/MEDICATION TEST RED
DO PHLEBOTOMIST HAVE TO HAVE A COLLEGE DEGREE NO
HOW CAN YOU MAKE A PATIENT FEEL IN CONTROL GIVE THEM THE CONTROL TO REFUSE
TOXICOLOGY IS IS OFTEN PART OF WHAT DEPARTMENT chemistry
Break down the word phlebotomy Phlep means viens Tomia means cutting off Greek word
What test go to microbiology All cultures
What dept test specimens for specific gravity, ph, protein and nitrites, casts cells, bacteria, blood Urinalysis
3 of 4 tubes that go to the blood bank Red navey blue lavender
What laboratory department performs tests to identify abnormalities of the blood and blood-forming tissues Serology
What is c and s Culture and sensitivity
Standard of care
, the level at which the average, prudent provider in a given community would practice. It is how similarly qualified practitioners would have managed the patient's care under the same or similar circumstances.
Standard of care
Created by: Bscroggins