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1.)  _______ in the past was a method to cure individuals wiht "Bad Blood".

2.)  To obtain a ________ sample, the phlebotomist must locate a vein that is acceptable for blood collection.

3.)  The _______ vein it the vein that is used the majority of the time.

Median Cubital
4.)  The _______, when applied to the arm, constricts the flow of blood in the arm and makes the veins more prominent.

5.)  A third and most painful location to attempt to locate a vein is in the _______.

6.)  A _______ permission is needed before drawing blood from the veins of the legs and feet.

7.)  _______ are made of either glass or plastic.

8.)  The _______ is a soft, rubber or elastic strip 0ne (1) inch wide by 15 to 18 inches long.

9.)  The _______ can easily be wiped off with alchohol to prevent spreading of infcetion.

10.)  When interacting with patient during venipuncture, what three skills are used?  _______, _______ and _______.

11.)  _______ skills are used by the phlebotomist to obtain coopertation from the patient.

12.) _______ labeling constitutes the greatest number of errors in venipuncture.

13.)  A tourniquet that is left on too long will cause _______.
14.)  The _______ should be on the arm no longer that one munute.

15)  A group of test requested as one unit is called a _______.

16.)  The _______ is placed 3-4 inches above the site of draw.

17.)  Microorganisms that cause diseases are _______.

18.)  Povidone _______ is a chemical compound which is an antiseptid for skin.

19.)  What is another name for thrombocytes?  _______

20.)  _______ are chemicals that are used to inhibit the growth and developement of microorganisms but do not necessarily kill them.

21.)  Blood in the Urin is called _______.

22.)  What are the five D's? _______, _______, _______, _______, _______.

23.)  _______ is the most common complication of phlebotomy.

24.)  A Patient with a highly contagious illness is placed in _______ isolation.

25.)  Latex sesitivity is a type of _______ reaction.

26.)  _______ veins are winding or crooked veins.

27.)  _______ veins feel hard or cordlike.

28.)  _______ is the permanent surgical connection between an artery and a vein.
29.)  _______, _______ are usually considered STAT.
30.)  _______ they are also the larges WBC.

31.)  _______ are the second must numerous comprising about 20% to 40% of the WBC population.

32.)  The normal life span of an RBC is _______ days

33.)  _______ are airborne infections such as Tuberculosis and mumps.

34.)  The _______ should not be placed over sores or burns.

35.)  An agent that prevents blood from clotting is _______.

36.)  _______ means to touch or feel.

37.)  A collection of blood beneath the skin which causes a bruise to form, is called a _______.

38.)  STAT means _______.
39.)  A tube should never be _______ prior to the venipuncture.
40.) Most of the syringes currently used are not manufactured from glass they are _______ containers and are disposable.
41.)  Patients should sit on special phlebotomy chairs that contain adjustable _______.
42.)  Patients should not be allowed to sit on ______.
43.)  Needle _______ is a number that relates to the diameter of the lumen.
44.)  The biggest needle guage is _____ and the smallest is _____ used by phlebotomists is
20, 23
45.)  A hemoconcentration can be _______ if pressure is placed on the _______ site until the _______ stops.
Prevented, Venipuncture, Bleeding
46.)  Never draw blood with _______ fluids running into it.
47.)  The last step in blood collection is _______ the _______.
Washing, Hands
48.)  When labeling a tube a permanent marker or pen should be used not a
49.)  Arterial Blood Gases can not be drawn by a _______.
50.)  Platelets are normally found in _______ _______.
Bone Marrow
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