Phlebotomy Final Exam:<br />Name:________________________________________<br /><ul><li>Your patient is scheduled to have p...
This is a standardized and common test prior to many types of surgeries.
You seem to have some concerns regarding your upcoming surgery.    This test is quite common for pre-operative surgeries. ...
Yes, it is quite common to lose a lot of blood, which is why it is important to know your blood type.
Albumin, AST, and ALT are tests that measure…
Kidney function
Liver function
Immunoglobulins
Which of the following are considered electrolytes?
Na, K, Phos, CO2
Bun, Bili Direct, CO2, Ca
Ca, Na, Cl, CO2
Cl, K, Na, CO2
The preservative K2EDAT (Potassium EDTA) is found in which of the following tubes?
Red top
Blue top
Grey top
Lavender top
What is the reason that a Lavender top tube should not be drawn prior to drawing electrolytes?
There will be a false elevation in sodium.
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  1. 1. Phlebotomy Final Exam:<br />Name:________________________________________<br /><ul><li>Your patient is scheduled to have pre-operative testing. The morning prior to hip replacement surgery the client arrives at the lab for their tests. One of the blood tests is a type a cross match. You notice that they are fearful when they arrive. The patient asks you, “Why is the doctor ordering a type and cross match for me? Is he expecting me to lose a lot of blood?” Your best answer would be which of the following?
  2. 2. This is a standardized and common test prior to many types of surgeries.
  3. 3. You seem to have some concerns regarding your upcoming surgery. This test is quite common for pre-operative surgeries. I would suggest that you contact your doctor and express your concerns.
  4. 4. Yes, it is quite common to lose a lot of blood, which is why it is important to know your blood type.
  5. 5. Albumin, AST, and ALT are tests that measure…
  6. 6. Kidney function
  7. 7. Liver function
  8. 8. Immunoglobulins
  9. 9. Which of the following are considered electrolytes?
  10. 10. Na, K, Phos, CO2
  11. 11. Bun, Bili Direct, CO2, Ca
  12. 12. Ca, Na, Cl, CO2
  13. 13. Cl, K, Na, CO2
  14. 14. The preservative K2EDAT (Potassium EDTA) is found in which of the following tubes?
  15. 15. Red top
  16. 16. Blue top
  17. 17. Grey top
  18. 18. Lavender top
  19. 19. What is the reason that a Lavender top tube should not be drawn prior to drawing electrolytes?
  20. 20. There will be a false elevation in sodium.
  21. 21. There will be a false elevation in potassium.
  22. 22. There will be a false depletion in sodium
  23. 23. There will be a false depletion in potassium
  24. 24. A yellow top tube and a red top tube are both SST’s.
  25. 25. True
  26. 26. False
  27. 27. When drawing a stat CMP, the phlebotomist should choose to use which of the tubes?
  28. 28. A Lithium Heparinized green top tube.
  29. 29. A Sodium Heparinized green top tube.
  30. 30. A yellow top tube.
  31. 31. The chemical in the bottom of yellow top tubes is which of the following?
  32. 32. Glycolytic inhibitor and Na EDTA
  33. 33. Silicon gel
  34. 34. Na Fluoride
  35. 35. The purpose of gentle inversion is to help the blood.
  36. 36. Clot
  37. 37. Keep from clotting
  38. 38. Form a matrix
  39. 39. You are inspecting the veins of your client while the tourniquet is on their arm. You are feeling nervous inside because you are unable to palpate a vein. Your client is getting nervous as well. Your best course of action would be which of the following?
  40. 40. Smile, remove the tourniquet and explain that you are having a difficult time finding a vein in there arm and ask if you may attempt to inspect their other arm.
  41. 41. Explain to the client that they have bad veins in this arm and that you are going to inspect their other arm.
  42. 42. Get another phlebotomist.
  43. 43. It is always better to use Povadine iodine or Betadine when cleansing the skin prior to any venipuncture that requires blood for which tests?
  44. 44. Glucose, and Hgb A1C
  45. 45. Blood Cultures
  46. 46. Fasting Glucose
  47. 47. All of the above
  48. 48. As a hospital phlebotomist you have to perform a venipuncture on a patient with TPN (total Parenteral Nutrition) drip. Knowing that this is a high glycemic infusion with lipids you would….
  49. 49. Shut off the IV for 20 minutes prior to drawing in the same arm.
  50. 50. Ask the nurse to shut off the IV for 15 minutes, record the medication infusing, and then draw on the arm opposite that has no IV ports.
  51. 51. Disconnect the line, flush with 20 mL NS, pull off waste blood, flush and then draw.
  52. 52. Your client is coming in for their regular Prothrombine Time draw. The client tells you that their doctor had to decrease their dose of ____________________, because their INR levels were greater than _____________________, and their PT was greater than ________ seconds.
  53. 53. Heparin, 2.5, 55
  54. 54. Coumadin, 2.0, 65
  55. 55. Coumadin, 3.5, 85
  56. 56. Your client is scheduled for the blood test Hgb A1C. This is a test that…..
  57. 57. measures the amount of glucose that is bound to the blood cell surface over 120 days.
  58. 58. Measures the amount of insulin produced by the pancreas over 120 days.
  59. 59. Measures the amount of glucose that is free floating in the blood over 130 days.
  60. 60. When taking a person’s blood pressure it is important to first assess the baseline pressure by which of the following steps…
  61. 61. Find the radial pulse, pump the cuff until the pulse is occluded, then quickly release the pressure, next re-inflate cuff to 30mmHg above the point where the radial pulse was occluded, next let out the air from the cuff slowly listening for the first beat and the last beat.
  62. 62. Find the brachial pulse, pump the cuff until the pulse is occluded, then quickly release the pressure, next re-inflate cuff to 30mmHg above the point where the radial pulse was occluded, next let out the air from the cuff slowly listening for the first beat and the last beat.
  63. 63. Find the radial pulse, pump the cuff until the pulse is occluded, then slowly release the pressure, next re-inflate cuff to 60mmHg above the point where the radial pulse was occluded, next let out the air from the cuff slowly listening for the first beat and the last beat.
  64. 64. Diabetes is a prevalent health problem in the healthcare environment, which of the following about diabetes is true?
  65. 65. Diabetes is a viral immune disease. True or False
  66. 66. Diabetes can be cured. True or False
  67. 67. Diabetics are subject to many health complications such as heart disease, kidney disease and hypertension. True or False
  68. 68. There are 100 Units in _______________ ’s.
  69. 69. 3mL
  70. 70. 1mL
  71. 71. 10mL
  72. 72. A low blood sugar is …
  73. 73. Less than 70
  74. 74. Causes profuse sweating
  75. 75. Lethargy
  76. 76. Confusion
  77. 77. Can be reversed by insulin
  78. 78. Can be reversed by glucose
  79. 79. All of the above
  80. 80. a, b, c, d, and f
  81. 81. High blood sugar can cause a condition known as.
  82. 82. Diabetic Keto Acidosis
  83. 83. Hypoglycemia
  84. 84. Hyperthermia
  85. 85. Your patient has a blood glucose of 105, you are ordered to give them 8 Units of Regular Insulin. You would.
  86. 86. Give the insulin and monitor the patient for any ill effects.
  87. 87. Do not give the insulin based on the low blood sugar results and report to the supervisor your reasoning.
  88. 88. Give the insulin as ordered.
  89. 89. You are to give 3 Units of insulin.
  90. 90. Draw up the insulin using a 3mL syringe
  91. 91. Draw up the insulin using a 100 Unit syringe
  92. 92. Draw up the insulin in a 1 mL syringe
  93. 93. Your take a manual blood pressure on a client and get a reading of 189/90. You would ….
  94. 94. Retake the reading with a monitored cuff
  95. 95. Report your findings to the nurse
  96. 96. Retake the blood pressure manually on the opposite arm
  97. 97. You are to give 35 Units of Lantus. You begin by drawing up..
  98. 98. 35 Units of Lantus
  99. 99. 35 Units of Homolog
  100. 100. 15 Units of Lantus long acting and 20 Units of Novolog fast acting
  101. 101. You are about to take a patient’s blood sugar. You would begin by doing which of the following…
  102. 102. First Calibrate the glucose monitor, greet the patient and ask them if you can test their blood sugar, use a alcohol wipe on the finger of their choice, wait until it has dried then explain that they are going to feel a little poke, use the lancet at a 90 degree angle on the side of the finger and then wipe away the first drop of blood, gently pump until another drop of blood is expelled and hold the test strip at a 45 degree angle at the base of the drop of blood until the blood saturates the strip. Then insert the strip for reading, and cover the patients finger with gentle pressure until no further blood is observed from the site. Thank the patient and let them know their blood sugar level .
  103. 103. First Calibrate the glucose monitor, greet the patient and ask them if you can test their blood sugar, wash your hands, and put on gloves, use a alcohol wipe on the finger of their choice, wait until it has dried then explain that they are going to feel a little poke, use the lancet at a 90 degree angle on the side of the finger and then wipe away the first drop of blood, gently pump until another drop of blood is expelled and hold the test strip at a 45 degree angle at the base of the drop of blood until the blood saturates the strip. Then insert the strip for reading, and cover the patients finger with gentle pressure until no further blood is observed from the site. Thank the patient and let them know their blood sugar level .
  104. 104. First Calibrate the glucose monitor, greet the patient and ask them if you can test their blood sugar, wash your hands and put on clean gloves, use a betadine wipe on the finger of their choice, wait until it has dried then explain that they are going to feel a little poke, use the lancet at a 90 degree angle on the side of the finger and then wipe away the first drop of blood, gently pump until another drop of blood is expelled and hold the test strip at a 45 degree angle at the base of the drop of blood until the blood saturates the strip. Then insert the strip for reading, and cover the patients finger with gentle pressure until no further blood is observed from the site. Thank the patient and let them know their blood sugar level .
  105. 105. The cranial nerve that can affect the blood pressure is called…
  106. 106. The vagus nerve
  107. 107. The hypoglossal nerve
  108. 108. The abducens
  109. 109. You find a patient lying in bed, dripping profusely in sweat, the patient is lethargic and their mentation is obtunded. Knowing that the patient is a diabetic you would immediately..
  110. 110. Administer fast acting glucose in the form of a high glycemic snack, such as orange juice with sugar and then perform a blood sugar test.
  111. 111. Administer the 11:00 AM dose of insulin that they missed at 10:00 AM
  112. 112. Check their blood sugar first.
  113. 113. Digoxin is a heart medication that requires…..
  114. 114. The patient’s apical pulse to be checked prior to administration
  115. 115. Regular blood draws to assess levels.
  116. 116. Potassium level assessment
  117. 117. All of the above.
  118. 118. When giving beta blocker medication it is not unusual for the patient to have…
  119. 119. Difficultly with respiration
  120. 120. Lowered heart rate
  121. 121. Increase in blood pressure
  122. 122. All of the above
  123. 123. A and B only
  124. 124. A doctors orders reads… give catapress 1mg stat…for a BP of 197/89 Upon reading this order you would…
  125. 125. Give the medication
  126. 126. Recognize that the medication is too high a dose and would drop the patients blood pressure too low.
  127. 127. Hold the medication, and consult the nurse due to the high dosage.
  128. 128. Foods that are high on the glycemic index include all but which of the following..
  129. 129. White bread
  130. 130. Brown rice
  131. 131. Soda
  132. 132. Cookies
  133. 133. Pancakes
  134. 134. A long distance runner would benefit more from which of the following foods prior to their run?
  135. 135. A dish of spaghetti
  136. 136. A candy bar
  137. 137. A glass of juice
  138. 138. You have to take a blood pressure on a patient who has very large arms. You notice that your cuff is too small. Realizing this, if you were to take the patient’s BP with this cuff then the reading would be.
  139. 139. Slightly elevated but acceptable since there are no other cuffs around.
  140. 140. Elevated and you should use instead a large cuff of appropriate size
  141. 141. Lower than normal
  142. 142. Lisinopril is a blood pressure medication that is known as a ….
  143. 143. Angiotensen conversion enzyme inhibitor
  144. 144. Beta blocker
  145. 145. Benzodiazepine
  146. 146. Your patient’s blood pressure runs low. They stand up to fast and feel like they are going to pass out… this type of symptom is known as…
  147. 147. Low blood pressure side effects
  148. 148. Orthostatic hypotension
  149. 149. Orthorhombic hypertension
  150. 150. The Dr. would like to find out how his patient’s kidneys, liver, electrolytes and acid/base balance is functioning. The most appropriate test would be which of the following?
  151. 151. Liver Panel, Kidney Panel and CMP
  152. 152. The CMP for the initial test.
  153. 153. The CMP and a Kidney Panel
  154. 154. Your client arrives for today’s blood work and hands you their doctor’s order for tomorrows blood work which reads, NPO after MN. The patient asks you what this means. You would explain…..
  155. 155. That they are not to eat or drink anything before Midnight.
  156. 156. That they are not to eat or drink anything past Midnight.
  157. 157. That they are not to eat or drink anything past 8:00PM.
  158. 158. You patient appears to be dehydrated and is not able to spell their name. You check to see if they arrived with anyone and find out that they drove themselves to the lab. Prior to your draw you would….
  159. 159. Report the mental status change to your supervisor, offer the client some juice if they are not NPO and call the patient’s family member.
  160. 160. Ask the client to take out their wallet so that you can identify them.
  161. 161. Tell them to go and get something to eat and drink.</li></ul> 40. As a phlebotomy technician you are aware that acute dehydration in the elderly and young causes changes in mentation due to …<br /> a. Water imbalance<br /> b. electrolyte imbalance<br /> c. Protein imbalance<br />41. Your client asks you to use a butterfly needle on them because it is smaller and doesn’t hurt as much. Realizing that butterfly needles are expensive, you would…<br /> a. explain to the client that you cannot use a butterfly needle on them but you will be very gentle.<br />b. Use the butterfly needle to help ease the client’s fear.<br />c. pay no attention to what the client asks and use the standard needle because they don’t know phlebotomy.<br />42. BUN and Creatinine are <br />a. part of the liver function tests<br />b. waste products filtered out of the blood by the kidneys<br />c. part of the renal panel<br />d. both B and C.<br />43. Your patient brings in their script for the following tests. They are as follows…. Lytes, U/A CC, Blood Cultures. You would first do which of the following?<br />a. Offer the client some water and explain that the doctor is requesting a urine sample. Ask the client if they feel like using the bathroom and explain to them how to obtain a clean catch urine specimen. Then, after they have used the restroom, offer to draw their other labs, blood cultures first then lytes.<br />b. Ask the client if they would like you to explain, “clean catch” specimen, if so, find a private area and explain to the client how to go about collecting a clean catch specimen. Offer the client a place to sit and some fluids if they feel that they cannot void. Then upon finishing, ask them permission to draw their blood.<br />c. Tell the client where the bathroom is located and hand them a specimen bottle, tell them to bring it back to you when they are done and to go to one of the phlebotomy draw rooms, and that you would be with them shortly.<br />Medical Terminology<br /><ul><li>The pt. has an ABD incision with a J-Tube, draw in the L AC only.
  162. 162. Abdominal, Jejunosotmy Tube, Left Ante Cubital
  163. 163. Abduct, Junkit tube, left arm before meals
  164. 164. Abdomen, Jones Tube, Left arm, after meals
  165. 165. Pt. is to have pre-op blood work for Mon Am CABG.
  166. 166. Pre-operative, Monday morning, coronary arterial bypass graft
  167. 167. Post Operative, Monday morning, carry arm bandage
  168. 168. Ambulatory motion, before medications, as needed
  169. 169. Obtain a CC/post voided, and stool for Guiac via Colostomy Bag.
  170. 170. 1 cubic centimeter after urination, and a stool specimen
  171. 171. Clean catch urine after first urination, and a stool specimen
  172. 172. Clean catch mid stream, and stool culture.
  173. 173. Pt. has a Fx of the LE, and a I.V. in the rt hand. Be sure to watch for SOB when performing ADLs.
  174. 174. Fracture, Lower extremity, right, shortness of breath, activities of daily living.
  175. 175. Fracture, left extremity, right, signs of breathing, always do last.
  176. 176. Fracture, lower extremity, right, signs of bloating, activities of daily living.
  177. 177. Take pts. V.S. q shift, and BS AC and HS
  178. 178. Vital signs, every 12 hours, and blood sugars before and after meals
  179. 179. Vital signs, every 6 hours and blood sugars after meals and at night
  180. 180. Vital signs, every 8 hours, and blood sugars before meals and at hour of sleep.
  181. 181. Pts dx is UTI, give one tbsp of Metamucil q 4 hrs. and monitor for BM.
  182. 182. Diagnosis, urinary tract infection, every 4 hours, bowel movement
  183. 183. Disease, urinary tract intestine, every 4 hours, bowel movement
  184. 184. Diagnosis, urinary tract infection, every 4 hours, basic maneuvers
  185. 185. Collect BC stat.
  186. 186. Bowel collection, immediately
  187. 187. Clean catch, specimen, immediately
  188. 188. Blood Cultures, immediately
  189. 189. Take pts. Ht, wt, and VS q.d. AC.
  190. 190. Height, weight, vital signs, always correct.
  191. 191. Height, weight, very simple, before breakfast.
  192. 192. Height , weight, vital signs, before breakfast.
  193. 193. Always use UP before performing peri care.
  194. 194. Universal precautions,
  195. 195. Upper positioning
  196. 196. Universal prescription
  197. 197. Pt. has a Rx. For antihypertensive medication due to a dx of CHD.
  198. 198. Prescription, diagnoses, coronary heart disease
  199. 199. Prescription, disease, coronary heart development
  200. 200. Prescription, diagnosis,
  201. 201. Amb pt. B.I.D., and obtain a PT q 8 hrs
  202. 202. Abduct patient every 2 hours partial thrombin time every 8 hours
  203. 203. Ambulate patient twice daily, and prothrombin time every 8 hours
  204. 204. Ambulate patient every 12 hours, and prothrombin time every 8 hours
  205. 205. Take pts BP with manual cuff on LUE
  206. 206. Blood pressure, left upper extremity
  207. 207. Bathroom privileges, left upper extension
  208. 208. Bed pan, left upper elevation
  209. 209. Record pts. I/O q shift.
  210. 210. Initial output every 9 hours
  211. 211. Intake and output every shift
  212. 212. Intake and out through, every 12 hours
  213. 213. Pt C/O pain in RLE and has N/V.
  214. 214. Complaint of , right lower extremity, nothing by mouth
  215. 215. Complaint of, right lower extremity, nausea and vomiting
  216. 216. Correct of, right lower extended, nausea and vomiting
  217. 217. Pt has an upper GI bleed and a CVA.
  218. 218. Gastro-internal, coronary vascular abduction
  219. 219. Gastrointestinal, cerebral vascular accident
  220. 220. Gall bladder infection, cerebral vascular auscultation
  221. 221. Fluids should be measured in mL and IV to be D/C’d
  222. 222. Milliliters, discontinued
  223. 223. Milliequates, discontinued
  224. 224. Molar equivalents, discontinued
  225. 225. Transfer pt to W/C using gait belt prn.
  226. 226. Wheel chair, when necessary
  227. 227. With crutches, when needed
  228. 228. Without cane, as desired
  229. 229. Give pt O2, prn
  230. 230. Water at hour of sleep
  231. 231. Oxygen, when needed
  232. 232. Water at hospital sink
  233. 233. Raise pts HOB 90 deg
  234. 234. Heart oxygen blood, folwers
  235. 235. Head of bed, high fowlers
  236. 236. Head of bowel, low fowlers
  237. 237. Perform ADLs and Cath care ad lib.
  238. 238. Activities of daily living, catheter care, as desired
  239. 239. Always do last, catheter, when needed
  240. 240. Always do last, catheter, when tolerated
  241. 241. You have three patients with labs. Each lab is for an individual patient and are as follows; BC, stat lytes, CEP Which patient would you draw first?
  242. 242. Do stat lytes first in a Li Heparinzed tube, then go to the next patient for the Cardiac Enzyme Profile, and last do Blood Cultures.
  243. 243. Do stat lytes first, then Blood Cultures, then the Cardiac Enzyme Profile in a yellow top tube because it is not stat.
  244. 244. Draw the patient with the Blood cultures first, then do the stat lytes, then do the cardiac enzyme profile.
  245. 245. You notice that the bevel of the needle looks dull. You would…
  246. 246. Choose another needle
  247. 247. Continue to use the same needle
  248. 248. Show your supervisor
  249. 249. Patients who are going to get blood usually have an…..
  250. 250. 21 gauge needle inserted
  251. 251. 18 gauge needle inserted
  252. 252. 16 gauge needle inserted
  253. 253. Phlebotomist can flush an IV Port.
  254. 254. True
  255. 255. False
  256. 256. Only when the nurse asks them.
  257. 257. The test for Serum HCG can be done on a male.
  258. 258. True
  259. 259. False
  260. 260. The test for a Bence Jones Protein is a test performed on….
  261. 261. Blood only
  262. 262. Urine only
  263. 263. Females only
  264. 264. The test requires a Western Blot for positive identification of Aids.
  265. 265. Know that this is a offsite test and must have its own designated tube, (yellow)
  266. 266. Is a immunoglobulin test
  267. 267. Is a liver test.
  268. 268. You have the following labs on one patient.
  269. 269. (BUN/Creatinine, Lipid Panel, Sickle Cell)
  270. 270. Sickle Cell, (Yellow), Bun/Creatinine and Lipid Panel Yellow)
  271. 271. Bun/Creatinine, & Lipid Panel (one yellow), then one lavender for sickle cell.
  272. 272. 2 yellows, and one lavender for the Sickle Cell
  273. 273. You notice a scar on your patients arm, and you can feel the vein just below the scar. You would.
  274. 274. Choose another location due to the scar
  275. 275. Draw through the scar tissue
  276. 276. Understand that scar tissue is not the same as normal tissue and that the healing time may take longer, so it is best to draw from another site.
  277. 277. Cleansing a venipuncture site with alcohol can…
  278. 278. Give false results.
  279. 279. Elevates blood sugar results
  280. 280. Can elevate all blood sugar tests
  281. 281. B and C only
  282. 282. Your patient has a latex allergy. You would make sure that all of your equipment is latex free.
  283. 283. This includes…
  284. 284. The tourniquet, your gloves, and the tape.
  285. 285. The tourniquet and your gloves.
  286. 286. Just the tourniquet since it is touching the person.
  287. 287. The patient you are about to draw on has the following labs, Blood cultures, PT/PTT, and a BMP. The patient’s diagnoses is FUO or Fever of Unknown Origin. You get to the room and notice that the patient is in a private room and that they are on a ventilator. Seeing that there is no isolation cart outside the door you would.
  288. 288. Go in using standard precautions
  289. 289. Request a mask and gown
  290. 290. See the nurse to find out more about possible contagions, and then decide what PPE you should use.
  291. 291. A patient in the out patient lab sees you and says that they want another phlebotomist because you don’t know what you’re doing. You would..
  292. 292. Graciously bow out and find another phlebotomist, taking care not to let your facial expressions show that you are hurt.
  293. 293. Try to explore why the patient feels that way, by investigating further.
  294. 294. Give the patient a mean look, and walk away.
  295. 295. One of your patients has contagious Shingles and has come to the draw site while they are still infected. Knowing that Shingles is contagious via contact precautions you would.
  296. 296. Double glove, and wear an isolation gown.
  297. 297. Single glove and observe where the Shingles are located.
  298. 298. Ask the client in private where on their body is the outbreak and if in a concealed location, observe standard precautions.
  299. 299. Na Citrate is a preservative that is found in which of the blood vial tubes.
  300. 300. Red
  301. 301. Blue
  302. 302. Lavender
  303. 303. Green
  304. 304. You have been requested to draw stat Troponin levels. You know that this is a test …
  305. 305. To see if the muscle protein troponin is in the blood, if so this indicates a possible heart attack.
  306. 306. To measure the medication Troponin in the blood
  307. 307. To determine if the patient has had a CVA
  308. 308. Troponin levels are….
  309. 309. Timed over the initial and then 6 hour and 12 hour
  310. 310. Are not timed
  311. 311. Are done over a period of days
  312. 312. CK isoenzymes and a BNP are….
  313. 313. Kidney tests
  314. 314. Liver function tests
  315. 315. Muscle protein Bio markers to identify a Heart Attack
  316. 316. Bacterial cultures are grown on a specific media which can include…
  317. 317. Water, and oil
  318. 318. Sheeps blood and nutrient augar
  319. 319. Fish oil and mold.
  320. 320. A Colony count.. is
  321. 321. The amount of bacterial colonies that have grown from one single strain
  322. 322. The amount of bacterial colonies that have grown from a specimen
  323. 323. The number of bacterial colonies that have been incubated and fed, and are measure in a petri grid.
  324. 324. A CFU is ….
  325. 325. A cubic foot unit
  326. 326. A colony forming unit used in Medical Technology
  327. 327. The collected frozen unit
  328. 328. The type of urine that must be collected when a patient has a foley bag is a …
  329. 329. Bence Jones
  330. 330. Clean Catch
  331. 331. Mid stream
  332. 332. Nosocomial infections are not contagious to health care workers.
  333. 333. True
  334. 334. False
  335. 335. Someone in reverse isolation is being…
  336. 336. Protected from us
  337. 337. Protected so hospital care workers don’t get the disease
  338. 338. Protected from the media
  339. 339. The immunoglobulin titers are as follows…
  340. 340. IgG, IgA, IgE, IgM,
  341. 341. IgG, IgJ, IgE, IgN
  342. 342. IgG, Ijg, IEG, IgN
  343. 343. The importance of a sterile field when drawing blood is important…
  344. 344. To prevent the spread of disease and keep the patient safe.
  345. 345. To prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses, and ensure use of proper medical asepsis.
  346. 346. To prevent the spread of infection and to produce reliable outcomes,
  347. 347. One of the reasons that the doctor might be ordering post op blood cultures for a patient is to….
  348. 348. Be sure that the is no infection
  349. 349. Identify a current infection
  350. 350. Post O.R. protocol
  351. 351. All of the above
  352. 352. When a patient comes to the lab for a 6 hour fasting blood sugar, it is your responsibility to be sure that the patient….
  353. 353. Is made as comfortable as possible
  354. 354. Is given materials to help pass the time
  355. 355. Is checked on regularly and is provided a calm relaxing atomosphere
  356. 356. All of the above
  357. 357. A CBC is a test that measures …
  358. 358. Only one factor in the blood.
  359. 359. A series of blood related values
  360. 360. Only hemoglobin
  361. 361. The ESR rate is a test performed on a,,,
  362. 362. a red tube
  363. 363. a lavender tube
  364. 364. a green tube
  365. 365. TIBC is a test that measures the capacity of blood to uptake iron, this is a test for which a…
  366. 366. Yellow tube is used
  367. 367. Red tube is used
  368. 368. Grey tube is used
  369. 369. You are to draw a Gentamycin Peak, knowing this you will use…..
  370. 370. Blue tube
  371. 371. Red tube
  372. 372. Green tube
  373. 373. Dilantin is mediation that …
  374. 374. Controls seizures
  375. 375. Is a anti psychotic
  376. 376. Is a antidiabetic
  377. 377. Digoxin levels are measured in conjunction with electrolytes to help monitor…
  378. 378. Toxic levels building up from daily use and the depletion of potassium
  379. 379. Livers ability to process the cardiac glycoside
  380. 380. Therapeutic levels
  381. 381. Patients with vitamin B 12 deficiency may come into the lab for which of the following tests.
  382. 382. Intrinsic factor
  383. 383. TIBC
  384. 384. Total Iron
  385. 385. All of the above
  386. 386. The most important responsibility that a phlebotomist has toward their patient is to …
  387. 387. Admit when they have made a mistake
  388. 388. Respect and provide privacy
  389. 389. Provide comfort
  390. 390. A,B, and C
  391. 391. B and C only
  392. 392. The phlebotomist that does not tell the patient that they drew in the wrong order has done which of the following…
  393. 393. Perpetrated abuse
  394. 394. Denied the patient their rights
  395. 395. Denied their comfort
  396. 396. Disrespected their person
  397. 397. All of the above

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