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Phlebotomy Test Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Why would it be the IV in the opposite arm if you cannot draw blood from the same side of a woman's mastectomy. You can draw on someone with an IV as long as the vein is above the IV, besides that there would be no negative effect if you draw from the opposite arm.

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It is lavender not green because the green stopper is collect the heparin study of chemistry we are trying to get the cbc not the ammonia level

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Most important way to prevent infection is by washing hands, before and after each patient.

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Thromboplastin is a big word that is used to describe your blood. Specifically, it means that it is a type of protein found within the body. This protein has a particular job, which causes your blood to coagulate or clot. You may wonder why you would want your blood to clot.

This would mean that your blood could not flow to the rest of your body because this clot blocks it in the bloodstream. However, it can help if your blood clots when you have a sore. You don’t want to bleed to death, so these proteins help the blood to stop. There is a type of test that is most affected by tissue thromboplastin contamination, which is called coagulation.

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Pliable strap is used in phlebotomy, the collection of blood

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What is thedifferent between the disinfection and sterlization?

arent the same result?

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It's Lavender. Pink and Lavender tubes have EDTA and Green tubes have either Heparin Lithium or Heparin Sodium

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Same side mastectomy. you are not supposed to take blood pressures or venipunctures on the same side as a mastectomy.

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