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Quality Assurance is defined as a program that guarantees quality paitent care, by tracking the outcomes through scheduled audits. QA included appropiateness, applicability and timeliness of patient care
AV graft surgery involves connecting a vein to an artery with an artificial tube or graft. The graft is usually made of synthetic material. Surgeons sometimes use a transplanted animal or human blood vessel. An arm is the usual location for an AV graft, but a thigh can also be...Read More
Everyone knows that the heart pumps blood to the rest of the body. However, there are steps that allows the blood to follow a certain path. First, the blood comes into the right atrium of the heart. It comes from the superior and inferior venae cavae. Then it goes into the tricuspid vale and...Read More
Light Blue (PTT) is drawn before Red! Cortisol: SST (tiger top) General Health Panel is pretty vague. It could be CMP (complete metabolic panel), CBC (complete blood count) and what I have read TSH. That test alone would require SST and Lavender-tube.
Quality assurance is a process that involves establishing ongoing procedures, policies and protocols to insure that all samples are collected and handled correctly sll the time. Quality Assurance Programs track outcomes to make sure everything is right.