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WK10phleb T/F

Week ten phlebotomy true/false

QuestionAnswer
Two preferred methods of restraining a child to immobilize the arm are the vertical position and the horizontal or supine position True
Tandem mass spectrometry screening (MS/MS) is a test that can detect blood components associated with over 30 inherited metabolic disorders collected on a special filter paper True
The central area of the infant's heel should be used in blood collection False
Children with Spina Bifida and those with congenital urinary tract abnormalities or neurogenic bladders are particularly sensitive to latex True
The heel is the most desirable site for skin puncture of the infant or neonate True
A sucrose nipple is given two before heel sticks and it's action last about ten minutes False
EMLA requires an injection of 1mm to be effective False
EMLA is an emulsion of lidocain and prilocain True
A 10ml sample taken from a premature or newborn infant is equivalent to 5-10% of the infants total blood volume True
Neonatal screening for phenylketonuria (PKU), congenital hypothyroidism is mandated in all states and glactosemia (GAL) in all but one True
Created by: blood guy