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final ch 10-13

Phlebotomy final test

A differential is a test that determines all of the following except packed cell volume
which of the following statements most accurately describes capillary puncture blood a mix of venous, arterial, and capillary blood
the temperature of heel warming devices should not exceed 42 degrees celius
which of the following is the medical term for a finger bone phalanx
all of the following are required characteristics of capillary puncture lancets EXCEPT color-coding by width of blade
all of the following equipment mat be required to collect capillary blood gases except filter paper for blotting
A microcollection container is sometimes called bullet
a laboratory report form should state that a specimen has been collected by a capillary punture because can vary by specimen source
Reference values for this test are higher for capillary specimens glucose
blood collected y puncturing the skin is called capillary blood because it is from the dermal capillary bed
a capillary puncture can be done in all of the following ways EXCEPT a light blue top tube has been ordered
all of the following patient conditions would make capillary puncture a poor choice for specimen collection EXCEPT iatrogenic anemeia
capillary puncture is the preferred method to obtain bolld from infants and children for all of the following reasons EXCEPT results on capillary specimens are more accurate
it is necessary to control the depth of the lancet insertion during heel puncture to avoid injuring the calcaneus
Acoording to the CLinical and Laboratory Standards Institution, depth of of a heel puncture should not exceed 2.00 mm
in which of the following areas does capillary specimen collection differ from routine venipuncture for tests that can be collected either way order of draw
the major blood vessels of the skin are located where at the dermal-subcutaneous junction
a capillary puncture that parallels the whorls of the fingerprint will allow the blood to run down the finger
capillary puncture eqipment includes all of the following EXCEPT blood culture bottles
what is the purpose of warming the site before capillary puncture increase the flow of blood
errors in capillary glucose results have been attributed to isopropanol contamination of the specimen
the purpose of wiping away the first drop of blood during a capillary specimen collection is to reduce the tissue fluid contamination
which of the following would e least likely to introduce excess tissue fluid into a capillary puncture specimen wiping the alcohol dry
during multisample capillary specimen collection blood smears and EDTA specimens are otained before other specimens to minimize effects of platlet aggregation
a blood smear prepared from an EDTA specimen should be made within 1 hour os specimen collection
all of following satements are true of blood capillary puncture EXCEPT results are much more accurate then ABGs
an infant may require a lood transfusion if blood levels of this sustance exceed 18 mg/dL bilirubin
A PKU test can be contaminated by all of the following EXCEPT using isopropyl alcohol to clean the site
erroneous newborn screening results can be caused by all of the following EXCEPT using one large drop to entirely fill a collection circle
jaundice in a newborn is associated with high levels of bilirubin
it is inappropriate to apply a bandage to a capillary puncture site on an infant or child younger than 2 years of age for all of the following reasons EXCEPT it can turn into a contamination source
which of the following action words associated with capillary puncture procedure are in correct order warm,clean,puncture, wipe, collect
strong repeatitive pressure such as squeezing or milking a site during capillary specimen collection is necessary to obtain adequate blood flow
capillary puncture is not a good choice for specimen collection if a patient is dehydrated
which test cannot be collected by capillary puncture blood culture
neonatal screening is the testing of newborns for certain disorders
microhematocrit tubes with a red band on one end contain heparin
in an infants heel the area of the vascular bed that is rich in capillary loops is located between .35 and .82 mm deep
which of the following is not a correct capillary puncture technique press the lancet down into the skin so that it does not slip
clean catch refers to a urine specimen that is collected after cleaning the gential area
a test that identifies bacteria and the antibiotics that can be used against them is C
which of the following types of infections would be classified as a UTI bladder
a technician is aspirating a specimen from a flexible tube coming out of a patients nose what type of test was most likely ordred gastric analysis
a technician collects a specimen from a child's mouth by rubbing a swab inside the cheek what is eing collected buccal
a type of bacteria that can damage the stomach lining is heliobacter pylori
an exocrine gland disorder that primarily affects the lungs, pancreas, upper respiratory tract, and liver is cystic fibrosis
A term used to describe blood that cannot be seen with the naked eye occult
what special information in addition to routine identification information is required when labeling nonblood specimens type and source of specimen
routine urinanalysis typically includes all of the following EXCEPT cytological analysis
urine cytology studies look for the presence of abnormal cells
which type of specimen is typically used in a routine analysis random
what is the recommened procedure for collecting a 24 hour urine specimen discard the first morning specimens; start timing; collect all urine for 24 hours
this type of specimen is sometimes used to compare urine concentrations of glucose and keytones to blood concentrations doulbe-voided
which of the following midstream urine collection steps are in the proper order void into toilet;void into container; void any remaining urine into toilet
which of the following tests is sometimes performed on amniotic fluid alpha-fetoprotein
this test requires intravenous administration of histamine or pentagastrin gastric analysis
an NP culture swa is sometimes collected to detect the presence of organisms that cause whooping cough
saliva can be tested for all of the following EXCEPT diagnose tunerculosis
a semen specimen would least likely be accepted for testing if it is collected in a condom
peritoneal fluid comes from the abdominal cavity
fluid from joint cavities is called synovial fluid
accumilation of excess fluid in the peritoneal cavity is called ascites
what is sputum phlegm
sputum specimens are collected in the diagnosis of tuberculosis
which of the following types of ETS tubes are used for synovial fluid specimens EDTA, heparin and non-additive
synovial fluid can be tested to identify arthritis and gout
a process called iontophoresis is used to collect sweat
bone marrow is typically aspirated from the iliac crest
which of the following tests may require 72-hour stool specimen fecal fat analysis
a refrigerated stool specimen would be acceptable for all of the following EXCEPT ova and parsites
what type of specimen is required for a rapid strep test throat swab
which site is typically used when performing a sweat chloride test on a toddler thigh
the first tube of cerebrospinal fluid is typically used for chemistry studies
a minimally invasive way of obtaining cells for DNA analysis is to collect a buccal swab
this test detects parasites and their eggs O
the hydrogen breath test detects lactose intolerance
what is a PKU? Phenylketonuria ... amino acids
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