Blood or body fluid specimen is collected.
Patient is admitted to a healthcare facility.
Specimen is submitted for processing.
Test is ordered by a patient's physician.
Abnormal changes that occur once a day.
Changes that follow a monthly cycle.
Normal fluctuations throughout the day.
Variations that occur on an hourly basis
High fat content of the blood.
Improper specimen handling.
Increased number of platelets.
Bruising and petechiae.
Yellow skin and sclerae.
Impaired secretion of lymph fluid,
Obstruction of the flow of lymph.
Reduced lymphocyte production.
Stoppage of lymphoid functions.
A rash from tying the tourniquet too tightly
Bilirubin spots as a result of a diseased liver
Dermatitis from an allergy to the tourniquet
Petechiae due to capillary or platelet defects
Backflow of tissue fluid into a vein.
Part of the normal coagulation process.
Stoppage of the normal venous blood flow.
Vein collapse from excess pressure.
Blood clot inside a vein.
Pool of fluid from an iv.
Swelling or mass of blood.
Symptom of nerve injury.
Autologous donation of blood.
Iatrogenic depletion of blood.
Life-threatening loss of blood.
Therapeutic removal of blood.
Complete the draw as quickly as you can.
Immediately discontinue the blood draw.
Prevent the patient from injuring himself.
Notify the appropriate first-aid personnel.
Left arm above the IV entry point.
Left arm below the IV entry point.
Right arm distal to the hematoma.
Right arm in the antecubital area.
It is a swelling or mass of blood
It can lead to inaccurate test results
It can causes an obstruction of blood flow
All of the above are correct
Blood plasma volume.
PH and oxygen levels.
Arrived at the lab at 0800 and had not eaten since dinner the prior night.
Came straight to the lab after working all night but was fasting at work.
Has been awake but lying down quietly resting for the last several hours.
Is awakened for a blood draw at 0600 after fasting since 0800 last night.
Cold agglutinin titer
Creatine kinase mb
Red cell destruction.
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