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9780803608481

Blood Collection in Healthcare

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  • ISBN13:

    9780803608481

  • ISBN10:

    0803608489

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-07-01
  • Publisher: F a Davis Co
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Summary

Univ. of Nebraska, Omaha. Cross-training and continuing education textbook, for healthcare professionals, on blood collection and preservation. Discusses all of the essentials of phlebotomy, including test specific handling and vein selection. Halftone illustrations. Front and back covers feature a color tube guide table. In outline and workbook formats. Softcover.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Blood Collection
1(5)
Learning Objectives
1(1)
Introduction
1(1)
Importance of Correct Specimen Collection and Handling
2(1)
Safety Precautions
2(1)
Types of Specimen
3(2)
Quality Assurance
5(1)
Venipuncture Equipment
6(21)
Learning Objectives
6(1)
Introduction
6(1)
Organization of Equipment
7(1)
Evacuated Tube System
7(11)
Needles
7(2)
Adapters/Holders
9(2)
Needle Disposal Systems
11(4)
Collection Tubes
15(1)
Color-Coding of Tubes
16(2)
Order of Draw
18(1)
Syringes
19(2)
Winged Infusion Sets
21(2)
Tourniquets
23(1)
Gloves
24(1)
Antiseptics
24(1)
Gauze/Bandages
24(1)
Additional Supplies
24(1)
Quality Control
24(3)
Venipuncture Equipment Selection Exercise
25(2)
Routine Venipuncture
27(15)
Learning Objectives
27(1)
Introduction
27(1)
Blood Collection Procedure
28(14)
Examine the Requisition Form
28(1)
Greet the Patient
28(1)
Identify the Patient
29(1)
Prepare the Patient
29(1)
Wash Hands and Apply Gloves
30(1)
Select Equipment
30(1)
Apply the Tourniquet
31(2)
Select the Venipuncture Site
33(2)
Cleanse the Site
35(1)
Examine and Assemble Puncture Equipment
35(1)
Perform the Venipuncture
36(1)
Remove the Needle
37(1)
Dispose of the Contaminated Needle
37(1)
Label the Tubes
38(1)
Bandage the Patient's Arm
39(1)
Dispose of Used Supplies
39(1)
Thank the Patient
39(1)
Deliver Specimens to the Laboratory
39(1)
Summary of Venipuncture Technique with a Vacuum
40(1)
Evaluation of Venipuncture Technique Using an Evacuated Tube System
41(1)
Complications and Additional Techniques
42(11)
Learning Objectives
42(1)
Introduction
42(1)
Failure to Obtain Blood
42(2)
Hematomas
44(1)
Hemolyzed Specimens
44(1)
Specimen Contamination
45(1)
Technical Problems
45(1)
Patient Complications
46(1)
Use of Syringes
47(1)
Use of Winged Infusion Sets
47(2)
Use of Central Venous Catheters
49(1)
Cannulas and Fistuals
50(1)
Causes of Specimen Rejection
50(3)
Venipuncture Complications Situations Exercise
51(2)
Special Venipuncture Collection
53(7)
Learning Objectives
53(1)
Introduction
53(1)
Fasting and Timed Specimens
53(2)
Two-Hour Postprandial Glucose
54(1)
Glucose Tolerance Test
54(1)
Diurnal Variation
55(1)
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
55(1)
Blood Cultures
55(1)
Special Specimen Handling Procedures
56(4)
Cold Agglutinins
56(1)
Chilled Specimens
57(1)
Specimens Sensitive to Light
57(10)
Legal Specimens
67
Special Venipuncture Collection Situations Exercise
57(3)
Dermal Puncture
60(13)
Learning Objectives
60(1)
Introduction
60(1)
Importance of Correct Collection
61(1)
Compostion of Capillary Blood
61(1)
Dermal Puncture Equipment
61(4)
Skin Puncture Devices
62(2)
Microspecimen Containers
64(1)
Capillary Tubes
64(1)
Micropipets
65(1)
Microcollection Tubes
65(1)
Micropipet and Dilution System
65(1)
Dermal Puncture Procedure
65(8)
Prepuncture Preparation
65(1)
Patient Preparation
65(1)
Site Selection
66(1)
Heel Puncture Sites
66(1)
Finger Puncture Sites
67(1)
Summary of Dermal Puncture Site Selection
67(1)
Cleansing the Site
68(1)
Performing the Puncture
68(1)
Specimen Collection
69(1)
Order of Collection
70(1)
Labeling the Specimen
70(1)
Completion of the Procedure
70(1)
Summary of the Dermal Puncture Procedure
71(1)
Evaluation of Finger Stick
71(2)
Appendix 1 Lecture Outlines 73(4)
Appendix 2 Comprehensive Test 77(4)
Appendix 3 Laboratory Tests and the Required Types of Anticoagulants and Volume of Blood Required 81(2)
Appendix 4 IV Access: Flush Protocols 83(8)
Appendix 5 Clinical Correlations of Blood Tests Related to Body Systems 91(4)
Appendix 6 Answer Keys 95(2)
Index 97

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