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Intro to phlebotomy- ch 1

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  • 1. Phlebotomy• Phleb = vein• Otomy= cut into
  • 2. History of phlebotomy1. Hippocrates- excess fluid cause disease-remove & healed- use suction cups, leeches2. Barber Pole- Blood removed here- used razors3. Blood for dx.4. Training programs to draw blood5. Certifications
  • 3. Duties of the Phlebotomist• 1. check ID• 2. Collect correct amount• 3. Use correct specimen container• 4. Label correctly• 5. Transport to lab correctly• 6. Interact c pt, family and staff• 7. Process specimen• 8. Computer operation• 9. Safety• 10. Continuing education
  • 4. Characteristics• Dependable• Compassionate• Honesty• Integrity• Flexibility• Appearance
  • 5. CommunicationVerbal:Hearing impairedemotionallevel of educationagelanguage barriersmedshealth status
  • 6. Listening
  • 7. Non-verbal
  • 8. TelephoneManners, transfer calls, place on hold,paging
  • 9. Lab Communication• Lab manual• Policy/procedure manuals• Memos• Staff meetings• In-services
  • 10. Legal issuesResponsible:To patientFor own actionsFor maintaining safetyFor maintaining pt. rights
  • 11. Pt’s Bill of rights• Considerate care• Informed of care/diagnosis• Informed consent• Right to refuse treatment• Privacy• Confidentiality• Knowledge of who is caring for them-students• Research• Con’t of care• Bills• Rules and regulations
  • 12. Phlebotomy & pt rights• Right to respect• Knowledge of testing• Refuse blood draws• Confidentiality• Assault• Negligence