Phlebotomy National Practice Test

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1.  Phlebitis
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2.  Agents are what?
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3.  Light-sensitive specimens are?
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4.  Invasion of privacy
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5.  Blood culters are drawn to indentify what in the blood stream?
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6.  What is a fomite?
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7.  Many types of WBC's are in human blood?
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8.  Scleroses veins are
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9.  Who usually draws an ABG?
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10.  Sodium Citrate
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11.  What is a multidraw needle used for?
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12.  Common infectious entry sites are what?
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13.  Monocytes are also known as
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D.
14.  Which way should the belvel be facing when entering in the arm?
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15.  How long can the tourniquest remain on the arm during the venipuncture?
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16.  Do veins have valves
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B.
17.  A group of test ordered as one is often described as what? (I.E. - CMP)
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B.
C.
D.
18.  Vacutainer System
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D.
19.  Heparin
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20.  Edema is
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21.  Hemoconcentration
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22.  Vacutainer Needle
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D.
23.  EDTA
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24.  Negligence (four elements)
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25.  FUO
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26.  Whole Blood
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D.
27.  What  types of antigens are there?
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D.
28.  PT is the abbreviation for:
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C.
D.
29.  What do Basophils cary?
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30.  Antecubital Fossa is defined as
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D.
31.  Tourniquet
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D.
32.  What do Eosinophils do?
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33.  What is the most common cause for blood culture contamination?
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34.  Needles should nver be
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D.
35.  List five types of mode of transmission
36.  Cyanotic
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D.
37.  List the anatomy of the heart in the order of blood flow
38.  Platelets
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D.
39.  Bloodborne pathogens are:
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D.
40.  Tortuos veins are
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D.
41.  What tube contains an antiglycolytic agent?
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D.
42.  Universal precautions
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D.
43.  If you were to pierce your index finger with a used needle; what is the correct responce?
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44.  Septicemia
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45.  Latic Acid sample must be
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D.
46.  Green tubes have what additives?
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D.
47.  Petechiae
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D.
48.  Hemolyze
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D.
49.  Patient is being treated for cancer; what section of the hospital would they be in?
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D.
50.  What are Neutrophils?
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D.
51.  NPO means
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D.
52.  Which tube are lead levels drawn in?
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D.
53.  Hypoglycemia
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D.
54.  What is additive(s)  are in the mint green tube?
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B.
C.
D.
55.  Basilic Vein
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C.
D.
56.  Airborne precautions are designed to do what?
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B.
C.
D.
57.  When removing PPE what order do you use?
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D.
58.  What is the difference between Plasma and Serum?
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B.
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D.
59.  Disinfection is the _____________ procedure used in medical asepsis using various chemicals that can be used to destroy many pathogenic microoganisms
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B.
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D.
60.  If a person is having a vosovagal episode, what is the most important thing the phloebotomist needs to do?
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C.
D.
61.  The heart has three layers; what are the names in order?
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D.
62.  BCX or C&S are drawn in what tube?
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B.
C.
D.
63.  You are asked to draw the following testRotavirusT4 ThyroxineMagnesiumLithiumWhat is the proper order of draw?
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B.
C.
D.
64.  Basal means
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C.
D.
65.  A "Lytes" panel consists of what electrolytes?
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B.
C.
D.
66.  How long does it take for the blood in the system to make a complete circulation in the body?
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B.
C.
D.
67.  PT & PTT tests are drawn from what tube?
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B.
C.
D.
68.  Nosocomial
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D.
69.  A Hematocrit is
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B.
C.
D.
70.  Mode of transmission is defined as
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B.
C.
D.
71.  Informed Consent
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D.
72.  Serum
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D.
73.  Sodium Floride keeps
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D.
74.  Thixotropic gel forms a
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D.
75.  Contact precautions are designed to do what?
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D.
76.  What vein is commonly used to draw blood from for an obese patient?
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B.
C.
D.
77.  Multi-Sample Adapter
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D.
78.  Butterfly
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D.
79.  Sodium Citrate is in what tube color?
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B.
C.
D.
80.  PTT is the abbreviation for:
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B.
C.
D.
81.  What are antigens?
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C.
D.
82.  Thrombophlebitis
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C.
D.
83.  Briefly explain the area in which to draw a PKU test on an infant.
84.  Point-of-care  (POCT)
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D.
85.  Graft is:
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D.
86.  Fibrinogen
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D.
87.  BCX or C&S What items do you need for the draw?
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D.
88.  What tube does an ESR (erthrocyte Sedimentation Rate) go into?
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C.
D.
89.  55% of blood is
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D.
90.  What tube(s) contain an anticoagulant?
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D.
91.  45% of blood is
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D.
92.  Good Samaritan Law
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D.
93.  If a patient asks you for test results; what do you do?
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D.
94.  If you draw a sample culture and sensitivity, what section of the lab would receive that?
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D.
95.  Trauma
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96.  Pathogen
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97.  You are asked to draw for reticulocyte Count, what tube do you use?
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D.
98.  Pink tube is used for
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D.
99.  The Sharps container is overflowing; what is the appropriate response?
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100.  What tests are done using the Lt. Blue tube:
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D.
101.  Hematuria
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102.  What tube would you draw a APPT in?
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103.  Tort
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D.
104.  The average person weighing 155 pounds has approximately __________ liters of blood in their system.
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D.
105.  Plasma
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106.  Lymphocytes
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D.
107.  Professionalism:DependabilityHonestIntergirtyEmpathy and CompassionProfessional AppearanceInterpersonal Skills
108.  HIV
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D.
109.  Which test would have the highest priority if all were received at the same time? Stat CBC in ICUASAP ESR in ERTimed cultures in the outpatient labSTAT CBS in labor and delivery
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C.
D.
110.  What section of the lab would a pink top tube go?   What are the additive(s) in the pink top tube?
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D.
111.  Allergic reaction is a
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112.  What is medical asepsis?
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D.
113.  CDC
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114.  Fistula is
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115.  Before someone donates whole blood; what test is done?
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116.  You are asked to draw for Cortisol AM, General Health Panel and Partial Thromboplastine Time (PTT) what is the order of draw
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D.
117.  A person may donate how much blood in one sitting?
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D.
118.  What is the function of a Leukocyte
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D.
119.  Lavender Tubes contain
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D.
120.  What is a nosocomial infection?
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B.
C.
D.
121.  Hematoma
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D.
122.  Portal of exit
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123.  What tube does a "Lytes" panel go in?
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C.
D.
124.  Fomite is:
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D.
125.  What is the correct way to end a venipuncture procedure?
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C.
D.
126.  ABG (Arterial Blood Gas)
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B.
C.
D.
127.  If a patient is on an asprin regimen; what would be most affected?
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C.
D.
128.  What sample needs to be run within 15 minutes of collection?
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D.
129.  Blood composes how much of a persons body weight?
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C.
D.
130.  Hyerglycemia
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C.
D.
131.  You are asked to draw for the following tests:Complete Blood Count with Auto DiffEstrogens - totalGlucoseUric AcidWhat is the correct order of draw?
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B.
C.
D.
132.  If a patient asks you what tests their physician has ordered; do you tell them?
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B.
C.
D.
133.  Lipemic
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C.
D.
134.  What are the arteries and veins in the arm a phlebotomist should know?
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C.
D.
135.  If a person donates 500 ml of blood how many weeks does it take for your body to replenish the amount lost?
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D.
136.  If a patient declines medical treatment; what is the first thing you do?
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D.
137.  What is the correct order of draw for a BCX, APTT, CBC, ESR, LYTES and CMP?
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B.
C.
D.
138.  The "great toe" is the
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C.
D.
139.  White Cell Count
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C.
D.
140.  Droplet precaustions are designed to do what?
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C.
D.
141.  What is the proper way to identify a patient?
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B.
C.
D.
142.  Under a patiets bill of rights, can a patient decline medical treatment?
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C.
D.
143.  You are asked to draw for Blood Urean Nitrate (BUN), Bilirubin direct and CBC what is the proper order of draw?
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B.
C.
D.
144.  Standard precautions presume that all patients
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C.
D.
145.  Port of entry is what?
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D.
146.  What section of the lab would process a CBC?
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B.
C.
D.
147.  Indirect Infection
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B.
C.
D.
148.  What is the additive in a Lt. Blue top tube?
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C.
D.
149.  What is another name for winged infusion set?
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C.
D.
150.  Hematocrit measures ____________ in a given volume of whole bood
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B.
C.
D.
151.  What is the most important thing to remember when doing a capillary puncture?
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B.
C.
D.
152.  Which tube(s) contain anticoagulants?
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B.
C.
D.
153.  Silica (glass particles) are in what tube color?
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C.
D.
154.  What is quality assurance (Q.A.)
155.  Capillary samples are collected normally from which part of the body?
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C.
D.
156.  What is the "order of draw" by tube color?
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C.
D.
157.  A physician orders a drug screen, what bodily fluid would we collect from the patient?
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B.
C.
D.
158.  Glucose
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B.
C.
D.
159.  What are the two tiers or levels of precautions?
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C.
D.
160.  All Healthcare workers are required to vaccinate for which virus?
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B.
C.
D.
161.  What is the main difference between arterial and venous blood?
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B.
C.
D.
162.  Hemoglobin
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B.
C.
D.
163.  What is a Capillary defined as?
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B.
C.
D.
164.  What is the most important thing to remember when creating a blood slide/smear?
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B.
C.
D.
165.  Oncology
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B.
C.
D.
166.  If someone is admitted to the emergency department unconscious how do we identify them, until they can be property identified?
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C.
D.
167.  You are asked to draw the following test:hematocritAlbuminCreatineDirect CoombsWhat is the correct order of draw?
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B.
C.
D.
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