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WK5 phleb short answ

Week 5 phlebotomy short answer

If a patient ate just before collection of a blood sample, what should the phlebotomist do? 1)collect blood sample 2)make a note that patient was non-fasting
Used with a double pointed needle evacuated tube method
Causes pooling of blood in the veins Tourniquet
What is the best way to identify a patient before venipuncture? 1)ask the patient his or her name 2)Check their identification bracelet
Which tubes are always collected first when multiple tubes of blood are drawn? Blood cultures
What is used for decontamination prior to blood culture collection? Povidone-iodine
Which of the following veins are used most frequently for venipunctures? 1)Cephalic 2)Baslic 3)Median cubital vein
What is used for decontamination before hematology test? 70 Percent isopropanol
What is the method in which a barrel and plunger are used to create vacuum/ Syringe method
Created by: blood guy