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Wk13 phleb worksheet

Week 13 CCAC phlebotomy worksheet

Insulin is released into the blood stream when? Blood glucose levels increase
Diabetes mellitus is caused by the inability of the pancreas to make or to use what substance? Insulin
In what organs insulin produced? Pancreas
What is the next step after the skin punctured to obtain blood for glucose monitoring? Use a dry sterile gauze pad to wipe away the first drop of blood
What should the phlebotomist do prior to using reagent strips and or point of care testing? 1)Check the date the bottle was opened 2)check expiration date 3)verify that they were stored at the proper temperature
How can the phlebotomist increase the blood flow from the skin puncture site? Massage the area
What do blood gas analyses measure? pCO2, pO2 and pH
Which test are measured through blood coagulation monitoring by point of care testing? PT and INR
Which one is a blood glucose monitor? One touch ultra
Which of the following can be measured by electrolyte monitoring through point of care Na+, K+, C1-, HCO3-
Created by: blood guy