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  1. what departments do counted tests go
    hematology (CBC, ABC, ESR)
  2. what department do panels go
    chemistry
  3. what department does the PT, APTT, D-dimer, & cuminin go?
    coagulation
  4. what's the tube and specimen type for chemistry
    serum
  5. Each hospital has a ____ and a ____ lab
    core and STAT
  6. hemoglobin A1C
    is whole blood in EDTA, but goes to chemistry for diabetic control
  7. what department does lyte go to?
    chemistry
  8. what department does BMP go to?
    chemistry
  9. what department does CMP go to?
    chemistry
  10. what department does TSH go to
    chemistry
  11. what department do trace element's go to
    chemistry
  12. what department does creatinine clearance go to
    chemistry
  13. what department does GTT go to
    chemistty
  14. what department does Hemoglobin A1c go to
    chemistry (whole blood in EDTA)
  15. what department does H&H go to
    hemotology
  16. what's important to know about specimen going to hematology
    must be well mixed and free of clotting
  17. what department does CBC go to
    hematology
  18. what department does ABC go to
    hematology
  19. what department goes ESR go to
    hematology
  20. what department does blood smear go to
    hematology
  21. what does H& H stand for
    hemoglobin and hematocrite
  22. what does the H&H look for
    • everything in ABC and
    • Hemoglobin-count number of area for oxygen binding to RBC
    • Hematocrite-perccentage of RBC in circulation compaired to plasma
  23. what does hemoglobin test for
    count the number of area for oxygen binding to RBC's
  24. what does a hematocrite test for
    percentage of RBC in circulation compaired to plasma
  25. what will and ESR tell you
    • normal M:<10mm/hr; W:<20mm/hr
    • inflammation
    • infection
    • chronic pain
    • menstrual cycle
    • arthritis
    • stress
  26. what does the blood smear test for?
    • RBC morphology
    • WBC differential
    • platelet estimate
  27. what department does PTT go to
    coagulation
  28. what department does APTT go to
    coagulation AKA PTT in other notes
  29. what department does D-dimer go to
    coagulation
  30. what department does a bleeding time go to
    coagulation
  31. duke and ivey invented
    bleeding time in 1940
  32. what's another name for immunohematology department
    blood banking
  33. what's the role of immunohematology
    match red cross blood units
  34. autologous means
    blood donated for one's own use
  35. Tubes for Immunohematology/blood banking
    • Red (no gel)
    • 2xLavender=1pink
  36. what is an important step for the phlebotomist who draws the initial blood bank/immunohematology specimen?
    give the patient another id band
  37. how long are BB samples good for
    • 7 days
    • or 3 days if they've been given blood in last 3 months
    • surgery, or pregnancy
  38. where is Rh test sent
    blod banking/immunohematology
  39. what department is cross match done in
    blood banking/immunohematology
  40. who's the universal recipient
    AB
  41. who's the universal donor
    O
  42. How does Rh develop
    Rh negative gets exposed to Rh to build antibodies. Mother's blood will bind the 2nd baby (once antibodies develop)
  43. what is Rhogam
    given to Rh negative mom's at 28 weeks and 72 hours after birth. Works by removing the RH+ blood from within the mom
  44. what does microbiology usually do
    bacteria, fungus, parasites
  45. an ascending infection is
    one that will continue to get worse
  46. where do blood cultures go
    microbiology
  47. where do throat swabs go
    microbiology
  48. where do stool samples go
    microbiology
  49. where does urine go
    microbiology
  50. where does CSF go
    microbiology
  51. what department does semen go to
    microbiology
  52. what is microbiology's specimen
    body fluids
  53. what is the phlebotomists role in spinal patch procedurw
    phleb draws 10-15ml from ac area w/syringe then passes needle to doc who does spinal puncture
  54. serous fluid
    fluid from body cavity
  55. normal urine output is
    1000-1500 ml per day
  56. aurea means
    no urine
  57. polyurea means
    too much urine (diabetics)

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