EDTA, lithium heparin, citrate
Naf, sodium heparin, EDTA
Oxalate, SPS, sodium heparin
Sodium citrate, EDTA, oxlate
Equal pressure in the vein and tube.
Premeasured vacuum in each tube.
Pressure from the arterial system.
Tourniquet pressure on the vein.
Exposure of the blood to contaminants is avoided.
It is easier to see the flash when entering a vein.
The collector's exposure to blood is eliminated.
Using a syringe can collapse a vein more easily.
Change their gloves for frequently.
Use sanitizer instead of soap and water.
Wash their hands thoroughly and often.
Wear a barrier hand cream or lotion.
Decontamination is needed to quickly restore normal flora.
Gloves cause pathogens to multiply on the surface of the skin.
Hand contamination might be visible to the naked eye.
Of all of the above
CDC-approved solution of 2% phenol
Commercial brand of Lysol disinfectant
Manufactured povidone-iodine dilution
EPA-registered sodium hypochlorite product
Alcohol-based hand cleaner and sterile gauze pads.
Detergent-containing wipes followed by a sanitizer.
Hydrogen peroxide followed by a hand sanitizer.
Three separate a 70% isopropyl swabs used in a row
Input patient ID information.
Locate veins for venipuncture.
Transfer blood from a syringe.
Do all of the above.
Distend or inflate the veins of choice.
Make veins larger and easier to find.
Restrict venous and arterial blood flow.
Stretch vein walls so that they are thinner.
Covering or shielding the needle.
Retracting the needle after use.
Using a device to blunt the needle.
All of the above.
Needles be automatically ejected into the sharps container.
Needles be removed from the tube holders before disposal.
Tube holders be sanitized soon after the needle is removed.
Tube holders with needles attached be disposed of as a unit.
A consistent amount of airspace left when a tube is filled properly.
Due to premature depletion of the tube vacuum when a vein is missed.
Room left in a tube if the tube is not completely filled to the stated volume.
Space inside a colored utbe stopper that should not touch the blood.
Bad for coagulation testing.
Made to fill only partially.
Smaller than regular tubes.
All of the above.