Coded instruction needed to control computer hardware.
Confidential computer code that is required by the HIPAA
Series of bars and spaces representing numbers or letters.
Unique number given to each test request for ID purposes.
Pressurized air transportation system.
Temporary computer data storage unit.
Tube connection between two computers.
Type of collection tube for blood gases.
Coded instruction used in computer processing
Information collected for analysis or computation
Processed information generated by the computer
Storage units for sharing information and resources
Covering the stopper with a 4 X 4-inch gauze while removing it
Removing the stopper with the tube held behind a shield
Using a specially designed safety stopper removal device
Withdrawing the specimen through the stopper by syringe
Immediately covering aliquot tubes after transferring the specimen
Labeling tubes after pipetting the sample into the aliquot tube
Pouring plasma from different additive tubes into one aliquot tube
Pouring samples into aliquot tubes instead of using transfer pipettes
Checking quality control results on instrumentation.
Entering data into a laboratory information system.
Interaction through the connection of computers.
Standardizing all laboratory ordering and testing.
Place the tubes in ice slurry.
Seal the tubes in plastic bags.
Wipe each tube with alcohol.
Wrap the tubes in the requisitions.
Bilirubin and serum folate
Cholesterol and uric acid
Gastrin and lactic acid
Homocysteine and renin
Delay in transporting
Failing to mix tubes
Waiting to centrifuge
Aerosols created during transfer
Aliquot tubes that are prelabeled
Serum and plasma's similar color
Specimens that are biohazardous
Mislabeled ETS tube
Wrong collection time
Examine all patient healthcare records.
Protect HCW from malpractice issues.
Provide guidelines for sharing of PHI.
Standardize patient electronic records.
Displaying what tubes to collect.
Generating labels for specimens.
Reading barcodes on ID bracelets.
All of the above
Exposure to light
Contamination caused by dust
Incorrect collection tube
Strenuous, recent excercise
Network connection device.
Secondary storage device.
Terminal linking device.
Word processing device.
50 mg/L per hour.
100 mg/L per hour.
200 mg/L per hour.
250 mg/L per hour.
Calcium collected in sodium heparin tubes
ESR determinations collected in EDTA tubes
PTT's that are stored at refrigerated temperature
All of the above
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