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Phlebotomy OTD Basic

Proper order of draw basics

Proper placement in order of draw for Bactec Tube or SPS tube for blood cultures First
Proper placement in order of draw for light blue sodium citrate tube for coagulation studies Second
Proper placement in order of draw for no additive red top tube for serum chemistries Second (if Butterfly draw or Third if routine draw
Proper placement in order of draw for SST tubes with clot activator and gel separator for serum chemistries (red/gray tiger top, gold, red/yellow) Fourth
Dark green sodium heparin tube for blood gases or chemistries /////// Light green lithium heparin plasma separator (PST) tube for chemistries Fifth /////// Sixth
Gray top sodium flouride and potassium oxalate for glucose testing when additional glycolytic action necessary for stability Seventh
Created by: cskinner