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  1. tube inserted into the bladder
    catheter
  2. in accepting specimen for transport to the lab from a nursing unit, it is important to verify
    A) billing code informaiton
    B) patient identification information
    C) physician requesting the test
    D) name of nurse requesting transport
    B) patient identification information
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. sputum specimens are used to detect
    TB
  4. synovial fluid is aspirated from
    the joints
  5. pilocarpine is used in this test procedure
    A) bone marrow biopsy
    B) gastric analysis
    C) CFS collection
    D) sweat chloride
    D) sweat chloride
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. specimen fort this test requires stat handling and is performed by a physician w/3 sterile tubes
    A) suprapubic urine specimen
    B) nasopharyngeal culture
    C) CSF analysis
    D) gastric analysis
    C) CSF analysis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. what kind of urine test does a creatinine clearance use
    24 hour
  8. what would lead to repeat collection of a drug-screening specimen
    a) ph too low
    b) ph too high
    c) SG too low
    d) all the above
    d) all the above
  9. which urine specimen would have the highest specific gravity
    A) first morning
    B) midstream
    C) random
    D) 24 hour
    A) first morning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. a urine sensitivity test
    A) screens for illegal drugs
    B) identifies a microorganism
    C) exposes antibiotic susceptibility
    D) detects inflammatory disorders
    C) exposes antibiotic susceptibility
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. bone marrow samples are typically evaluated in
    A) hematology and histology
    B) serology and immunology
    C) coagulation and blood bank
    D) chemistry and microbiology
    A) hematology and histology
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. first choice for arterial pucncture
    radial
  13. stable condition w/no exercise, suctioning, or respiratory change for 20 to 30 minutes
    steady state
  14. which of the following personnel would be required to do arterial punctures
    a) EMT
    B) MT
    c) phlebotomist
    d) all of the above
    d) all of the above
  15. O2 saturation means
    percent of oxygen bound to hemoglobin
  16. most important criterion for selecting artery for ABG
    collateral circulation
  17. anticoagulant used in ABG specimen is collected in
    heparin
  18. a phlebotomist must collect an ABG specimen when a patient is breathing room air. the patient has just been taken off the ventilator when the phlebotomist arrives. when can the phlebotomist draw the ABG specimen
    5 to 10 minutes
  19. a positive allen test indicates
    it's a good place for ABG
  20. acceptable gauge for arterial puncture
    22 gauge to 25
  21. a ABG specimen would be rejected if
    A) is determined to be QNS
    B) contains only 2 ml of blood
    C) arrives at the lab 20 minutes after collection
    D) is collected in a glass syringe
    A) is determined to be QNS
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. results of a bilirubin test specimen exposed to light for an hour can decrease up to
    50%
  23. glycolysis can falsely lower glucose values at a rate up to
    200mg/L per hour
  24. inadequate mixing of an anticoagulant tube can lead to
    microclots formation
  25. the specimen for this test should NOT be chilled
    A) hemocysteine
    B) ammonia
    C) lactic acid
    D) potassium
    D) potassium
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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