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Phlebotomy Handbook : Blood Collection Essentials,9780130928870

Phlebotomy Handbook : Blood Collection Essentials

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780130928870

ISBN10:
0130928879
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2002
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

This is the most timely and comprehensive source of blood and specimen collection information available on the worldwide market. Provides today's health care professionals with the latest safety guidelines; condensed information about new federal regulations; updates on equipment and supplies; new NCCLS standards and hazard prevention techniques; and extensive coverage on transcultural communication skills for all ages. Medical Technologists, Medical Technicians, Medical Assistants, Specimen collection supervisors, Laboratory Managers/Directors, Nurses. Also, a valuable resource for hospital laboratories, out patient clinics, physicians' office practices, and emergency rooms.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xi
I. OVERVIEW 1(90)
Phlebotomy Practice and Health Care Settings
5(34)
Basic Anatomy and Physiology of Organ Systems
39(28)
The Circulatory System
67(24)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Changing Roles in Phlebotomy Practice
87(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Collection from the Dorsal Side of the Hand
88(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Communication and Cultural Sensitivity: Keys to Success
89(2)
II. SAFETY PROCEDURES 91(88)
Infection Control
95(30)
Safety and First Aid
125(24)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Accidental Injury
146(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Transporting Specimens from Homebound Patients to the Laboratory
147(2)
Specimen Documentation and Transportation
149(30)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Improving Speed and Accuracy in Phlebotomy Practice
177(2)
III. EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES 179(124)
Blood Collection Equipment
183(48)
Venipuncture Procedures
231(40)
Skin Puncture Procedures
271(12)
Complications in Blood Collection
283(20)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Ambulatory Health Care Collections
299(2)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Venipuncture Site Selection
301(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Finding the Right Site
302(1)
IV. SPECIAL PROCEDURES AND POINT-OF-CARE TESTING 303(138)
Pediatric Procedures
307(28)
Arterial, Intravenous (IV), and Special Collection Procedures
335(48)
Elderly, Home, and Long-term Care Collections
383(18)
Urinalysis and Body Fluid Collections
401(16)
Specimen Collection for Forensic Toxicology, Workplace Testing, Sports Medicine, and Related Areas
417(24)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Home Care Collections
436(2)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Bedside Glucose Testing
438(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Newborn Nursery Collections
439(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Collecting Blood from an Infant
440(1)
V. QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL ISSUES 441(50)
Quality, Competency, and Performance Assessment
445(18)
Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues
463(28)
Phlebotomy Case Study: Communication and Consent
488(1)
Phlebotomy Case Study: An Ethical Dilemma
489(2)
Appendices 491(22)
Units of Measurement and Symbols
491(2)
Metric Conversion Chart
493(2)
Formulas and Calculations
495(4)
Basic Spanish for Specimen Collection Procedures
499(4)
Answers to Self Study Questions and Cases
503(10)
Glossary 513(20)
Index 533


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