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phlebotomytest 3

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Phlebotomy equipment can be organized in all the following except: A. infant cradle pads B.trays C. drawing station D.Mobile workstations A infant cradle pads
The most economical and safest method for performing routine vein puncture is the use of: A.glass syringes B. evacuated tubes C. plastic syringes D. butterflies B evacuated tubes
All of the following can decrease the possibility of developing a latex allergy except: A. wearing non- powdered gloves B. wearing cotton gloves C . wearing powdered gloves D. washing hands as soon as gloves are removed C wearing powdered gloves
The primary antiseptic for routine veinpuncture is: A. isopropyl alcohol B. iodine C. betadine D. chlorhexidine A isopropyl alcohol
A properly tied tourniquet: A. Prevents backflow B. permits arterial flow and blocks venous C. permits venous flow and blocks arterial D. blocks arterial and venous flow B permits arterial flow and blocks venous flow
The plastic tubing on a winged infusion set may be attached to all the following except: A Large red stopper tube B. IV set up C. evacuated tube adapter D. syringe A.Large red stopper tube
The color coding of evacuated tubes provided information about all the following: A type of specimen collected B. need to invert the tube C. presence of an anticoagulant D. volume of specimen collected D. volume of specimen collected
Which of the following tubes must always be completely filled? A. pink B. Gray C. Light Blue D. Red C. Light Blue
The purpose of sodium floride in gray stopper tubes is to A preserve glucose B maintain cellular morphology C prevent clotting D. prevent hemolysis A. preserve glucose
All the following tubes contain a separation gel except: A. red/ gray B. green C. light-green D.white B green
the tube of choice for trace metal analysis is: A. red B. gold C. royal blue D. light blue C. royal blue
the tubes containing soybean trypsin inhibitor and thrombin are used to collect specimens for: A. paternity test B. glucose C. fibrin degradation products D. blood alchol levels C fibrin degradation products
Serum seperator tubes should not be used for: A. therapeutic drug tests B. serology tests C. blood bank tests D. all of the above D all the above
Yellow stopped tubes are used for all of the following except: A. HLA typing B. blood cultures C. paternity testing D.lead testing D. lead testing
Packages of evacuated tubes manufactored at the same time are called a: A. set B. lot C. bundle D. batch B.lot
the ratio of blood to anticoagulant in a light blue stopper tube is A. 9 to 1 B. 2 to 1 C. 10 to 1 D. 5 to 1 A. 9 to 1
the purpose of thixotropic get in an evacuated tube is to: A facilitate blood banking testing procedures B. prevent clot formation C. prevent cellular contamination of serum D. increase clot formation C prevent cellular contamination of serum
Blood cultures may be collected in: A. yellow stopper tubes containing ACD B. plain, sterile red stopper tubes C. yellow stopper tubescontaining SPS D. yellow /gray stopper tubes containing thrombin C. yellow stopper tubes containing SPS
the anticoagulant present in a light-blue stopper tube is:A. potassium oxalat B. EDTA C. sodium citrate D. heparin C. sodium citrate
in an evacuated tube, blood flow into the tube depends on A. blood preasure B. air preasure C. gravity D the vacuum in the tube D the vacuum in the tube
most anticoagulants in blood collection tubes prevent clottting byA acting as an antithrombin agent B. binding fibrinogen C. releasing heparin D binding calcium D. binding clacium
lavender tops can be used for all the following except: A differential counts B.hematocrits C.platelet counts D. coagultion tests D. coagulation tests
which of the following tubes contain an anticoagulant that inhibits thrombin? A. light green B. lavender C. light blue D. white A light green
when collecting coagulation tests for a patientw/ polycythemis the: A amount of anticoagulant is decreased B. tube should contain thrombin C. tube shouldn't be inverted D amount of anticoagulant is increased A amount of anticoagulant is decreased
the tube that will best prevent falsely increased potassium test results is: A. gold B. red C. light-green D. green C light-green
basic information that should be present on all requisition forms includes all the following except the: A. test requested B. type of collection tubes C. patient's identification number D patient's location B type of collection tubes
to aid in specimen processing, requisition forms may contain: A. a bar code B the patient's date of birth C. the phlebotomsit's initials D. special collection information A. a bar code
the most important procedure in phlebotomy is to: A. introduce your self to the patient B. identify the patient correctly B. organize equipment at the bedside D. initial the request form B identify the patient correctly
All the following are used to identify the patient except the: A identification band B. bar codes C. requisition form D. bed sign D. bed sign
the most important part of the requisition form is : A location of the patient B authorization to perform the procedure C monitoring test result turnaround time D providing a system to report results B authorization to perform the procedure
proper specimen collection begins with: A. organizing the equipment B. washing the hands C. locating the patient D requisitioning D requisitioning
before you draw a blood specimen you must always : A. tell the patient what type of blood tests you will do B. check the patients ID number and name on the wrist band C. ask the patient his or her name D. ask the nurse in charge to identify the patient B check the patients ID number and name on the wrist band
when encountering a patient with casts on both arms and no wrist band,the phlebotomist should: A check the patients ankles B check the casts for the patient ID number C look for the ID band on the night stand D ask the patient if his name is John Jones A check the patients ankles
Blood should not be drawn from a patient who is: A not fasting B unable to make a fist C standing D nervous C standing
Patient reassurance includes: A briefly explaining the procedure B assuring the patient the process won't hurt C lowering the bedrails D explaining the purpose of the test ordered A briefly explaining the procedure
failure to check the requisition form prior to l;eaving the lad may cause the phlebotomist to: A require assistance from a nurse B misidentify the patient C collect the wrong specimen D have inadequate equipment D have inadequate equipment
when organizing equipment at the patients bedside it is important to: A set the phlebotomy tray on the patients bed B have extra evacuated tubes readily available C apply the tourniquet first D place all the necessary equipment on the nightstand B have extra evacuated tubes readily avaliable
the max time a tourniquet should remain on the patients arm is: A 1 minute B 2 minutes C 3 minutes D 5 minutes A 1 minute
the vein of choice for veinpuncture is the : A basilic B cephalic C median cubital D radial C median cubital
the vein located on the thumb side of the arm is the: A median cubital B basilic C cephalic D brachial C cephalic
A large, rigid cord located during palpation indicates: A unacceptable vein B a tendon an acceptable vein D the brachial artery B a tendon
palpate means to:A examine by touch B examine by sound C obtain a specimen from an IV D perfprma veinpuncture A examine by touch
prolonged application of a tourniquet will cause: A excessive bleeding B difficulty locating a vein C hemolysis D both A and C C hemolysis
the appearance of petechiae on a patients are during site selection indicates that: A radial pulse is strong B basilic vein should not be used C patient has deep veins tourniquet is tied too tight D tourniquet is tied too tightly
failure to allow the alcohol to dry on the patients arm can cause all the following except: A a possible unsterile site B increased bacteriostatic action C specimen hemolysis D atinging senation for the patient B increased bacteriostatic action
correct palpation of a vein includes all the following except: A determining the direction of the vein B probing w/ the index finger C detectinga pulse using the thumb D determing the depth of the vein C detectinga pulse using the thumb
depth of thethe veins that are the easiest to anchor are the A cephalic B median cubital veins C hand veins D basilic veins B median cubital veins
Hemoconcentratio can be caused by: A failure to clench the fist B prolonged tourniquet application CIV therapy D excessive probing B prolonged tourniquet application
which of the following is not acceptable sterile technique? A allowing the alcohol to completely aor dry B cleansing the palpating finger C putting on gloves and palpating the cleansed area D cleansing the site in a circular motion C putting on gloves and palpation the cleansed area
firmly anchoring the vein prior to needle insertion is necessary to prevent:A the vein from rolling B specimen hemolysis C incompletely filled tubes D an accidental needlestick A the vein from rolling
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