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blood test finale

Another name for blood bank Immunohematology
The term phlebotomy is derived from the greek words that literally translated mean incise a vein
which of the following is not a phlebotomist's duty starting intravenous lines IV
which of the following is an example of a barrier to effective communication with a patient does not speak a emotionally upset
which of the following is an example of a confirming response to a patient i understand how you must be feeling
which of the following is an example of negative kinesics frowning
which of the following is not part of communicating a professional apperance wearing strong cologne
which of the following is not a proper telephone protocol hanging up on a angry callers
which duty is not performed by local public health agencies licensure of healthcare personnel
true of false acknowledging a patients beliefs custom knowledge and attitudes exemplifies diversity awareness true
true or false a phlebotomist who gets the specimen for the doctor even if he or she must take shortcuts and save time is exhibiting integrity false
true or false the area of the lab where testing involving infectious diseases and the immune process is performed is called immunohematology false
drawing a patients blood without his or her permission can result in a charge of assault and battery
two phlebotomists are discussing a patients condition in the elevator they are overheard by the patients daughter. this is an example of invasion of privacy
Created by: julia711



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