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Lab tests and Dept..

Phlebotomy Lab Tests and the Departments they are in.

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What color tubes are used for the Hematology tests? Lavender Tube (EDTA)
What tests are performed in the Hematology Department? CBC - Complete blood count.
What tests are performed in the Hematology Department? CBC w/diff (diff counts all 5 WBC)
What tests are performed in the Hematology Department? Retic Count (Counts Immature RBC) usually for anemia.
What tests are performed in the Hematology Department? SED RATE (ESR) (usually for inflammation).
What color tube is used for the Coagulation tests? Blue top (Sodium Citrate)
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? PT-PRO TIME-INR (tests for Coumadin)
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? PTT (APTT) Thromboplastin Time (tests for heparin, usually given by IV)
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? D-Dimer (tests for thrombosis - clots in blood.
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? Fibrinogen
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? FDP (FSP) Fibrin degregation products
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? Factor V (tests for bleeding disorder).
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? Factor VIII (tests for bleeding disorder).
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? Von Wilder brand's (Test for bleeding disorder)
What tests are performed in the Coagulation Department? Platelet function analysis (PFA)
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? Culture and Sensitivity (Urine, Blood, Sputum, Synovial Fluid, CSF, Stool) {Tests for bacteria}
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? AFB and Fungus Cultures (AFB -Tuberculosis).
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? Ova and Parasites (Stool)
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? CDIFF TOXIN (Stool) MUST WASH HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER.
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? Occult Blood (blood in stool)
What color tubes are used for the Serology Department? SST TUBE/PLAIN RED (NO ANTICOAGULANT)
What tests are performed in the Microbiology Department? GREEN PST (LITHIUM HEPARIN).
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? RPR-VDRL (tests for syphilis)
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? Hepatitis Profile - ABC
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? RA_RF Rheumatoid Factor (tests for arthritis)
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? ANA Antinuclear antibody
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? CRP - C-Reactive protein (tests for inflammation and more).
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? HIV Antibody
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? Mono Test
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? Lyme's antibody
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? strep screen (throat swab test)
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? rubella (German measles).
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? Varicella-Zoster (Chicken Pox)
What color tubes are used for the Chemistry Department? SST/PLAIN RED (NO ANTICOAGULANT)
What tests are performed in the Serology Department? GREEN PST (LITHIUM HEPARIN)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? CMP - Comprehensive metabolic panel.
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? BMP - Basic Metabolic Panel. Sodium (NA) (electrolytes) Potassium (K or K+) Chloride (CL) CO2 Glucose Creatinine (renal) Bun (renal)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? THS - Thyroid stimulating hormone
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Thyroid Profile (T3, T4, TSH).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Liver Profile (AST, ALT, Bilirubin).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? CEA (tumor marker for colon cancer)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? PSA (tumor marker for prostate cancer)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Digoxin (Heart medication)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Cardiac Profile (Cardiac enzymes, Troponin).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Glycohemoglobin (HGBA1C){Diabetic Test}
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Iron (usually ordered to test for anemia)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Ferritin (usually ordered for anemia)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Folate (usually ordered for anemia)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Lipase (tests for pancreatitis).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? amylase (abdominal pain)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? HCG (Pregnancy test)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? lithium.
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? dilantin (anti-convulsant drug).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Magnesium.
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Phosphorous (PO4).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Uric Acid (test for gout)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Calcium (CA).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Vitamin B12
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Ammonia (needs to be put on ice)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? Renin (needs to be put on ice)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? CA 19 - 9 (cancer tumor marker).
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? CA 125 (cancer tumor marker)
What tests are performed in the Chemistry Department? BNP - lav.
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