The Quizzes about Principles of Blood Collection

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When the coagulation of fresh whole blood is prevented through the use of an anticoagulant, the straw-colored fluid that can be separated from the cellular elements is

Which characteristic is inaccurate with respect to the anticoagulant K3 EDTA?

Heparin inhibits the clotting of fresh whole blood by neutralizing the effect of

The appropriate veins for performing a routine venipuncture are the

A blood sample is needed from a patient with IV fluids running in both arms. Which of the following is an acceptable procedure?

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The bevel of the needle should be held _____ in the performance of a venipuncture.

A hematoma can form if

Phlebotomy problems can include

Which of the following skin puncture areas is (are) acceptable for the collection of capillary blood from an infant?

The proper collection of capillary blood includes

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A peripheral blood smear can be prepared from

Identify the characteristic(s) of a good peripheral blood smear.

Poor blood smears can be caused by

If a blood smear is too long, the problem can be resolved by

The examination of bone marrow is useful in

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Appropriate bone marrow aspiration sites in an adult are the

If a blood smear stains too red on microscopic examination of a Wright-stained preparation, possible causes include that

The Quizzes about Principles of Blood Collection
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