Adverse Reactions To Phlebotomy Policy

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Adverse Reactions To Phlebotomy Policy - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does SRS stand for?

    Explanation
    SRS stands for Safety Reporting System. This system is used to report and track safety incidents and concerns in various industries. It allows organizations to collect and analyze data related to safety events, near misses, and hazards. By implementing an SRS, companies can identify trends, evaluate risks, and take proactive measures to improve safety standards and prevent future incidents. The Safety Reporting System plays a crucial role in maintaining a safe working environment and ensuring the well-being of employees and stakeholders.

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  • 2. 

    A convulsion is an example of a ____________ reaction.

    • A.

      Delayed

    • B.

      Moderate

    • C.

      Minor

    • D.

      Major

    Correct Answer
    D. Major
    Explanation
    A convulsion is an example of a major reaction because it is a sudden and violent involuntary contraction of muscles, often accompanied by loss of consciousness. Convulsions are typically associated with conditions such as epilepsy or seizures, which are considered major medical events. They can cause significant physical and neurological disturbances, requiring immediate medical attention and intervention. Therefore, convulsions are classified as major reactions due to their severe and potentially life-threatening nature.

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  • 3. 

    Syncope is an example of a ____________ reaction.

    • A.

      Delayed

    • B.

      Moderate

    • C.

      Minor

    • D.

      Major

    Correct Answer
    C. Minor
    Explanation
    Syncope is an example of a minor reaction because it refers to a temporary loss of consciousness or fainting. While it can be a concerning symptom, it is generally not considered a major or severe reaction. Delayed and moderate do not accurately describe syncope, as it typically occurs suddenly and is not typically of moderate severity.

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  • 4. 

    Phoned in complaint of discomfort, is an example of a ____________ reaction.

    • A.

      Delayed

    • B.

      Moderate

    • C.

      Minor

    • D.

      Major

    Correct Answer
    A. Delayed
    Explanation
    A delayed reaction refers to a response or effect that occurs after a certain period of time has passed. In this context, if someone phoned in a complaint of discomfort, it suggests that they experienced discomfort at a later time or after a delay. Therefore, "delayed" is the correct answer to describe this reaction.

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  • 5. 

    A mild hematoma is an example of a ____________ reaction.

    • A.

      Delayed

    • B.

      Moderate

    • C.

      Minor

    • D.

      Major

    Correct Answer
    C. Minor
    Explanation
    A mild hematoma is an example of a minor reaction because a hematoma is a localized collection of blood outside the blood vessels, typically caused by injury or trauma. A minor reaction implies that the hematoma is not severe or life-threatening, but rather a small and relatively insignificant response to the injury.

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  • 6. 

    If a patient paseed out, it is acceptable to continue the collection and arose the patient after you have completed the collection.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Immediately remove the needle and address then medical needs of the patient.

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  • 7. 

    What questions should be asked/reviewed when a patient calls in regarding a possible venipuncture complication? (Check all that apply)

    • A.

      What are your symptoms?

    • B.

      Who drew your blood?

    • C.

      What date did you have your blood drawn?

    • D.

      What is the date and time of the phone call?

    • E.

      What color is the bruise?

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. What are your symptoms?
    C. What date did you have your blood drawn?
    D. What is the date and time of the phone call?
    Explanation
    The questions that should be asked/reviewed when a patient calls in regarding a possible venipuncture complication are: What are your symptoms? This is important to assess the severity and nature of the complication. What date did you have your blood drawn? This helps to determine if the complication is related to the recent blood draw. What is the date and time of the phone call? This is necessary for documentation purposes and to ensure timely follow-up if needed.

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  • 8. 

    Who is responsible for entering the event into SRS?

    • A.

      Wendy J

    • B.

      The staff member

    • C.

      Suzanne

    • D.

      Gina

    Correct Answer
    B. The staff member
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The staff member." The staff member is responsible for entering the event into the SRS (System Requirements Specification). This implies that it is the responsibility of someone within the staff to input the event details into the SRS system.

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  • 9. 

    Whodo you direct questions to if you cannot answer the patient's questions?

    • A.

      Wendy J

    • B.

      The staff member

    • C.

      Suzanne

    • D.

      Gina

    Correct Answer
    A. Wendy J
    Explanation
    If you cannot answer the patient's questions, you would direct them to Wendy J.

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