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PHLEBOTOMY TEST CH 1-11
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  1. EXAMPLES OF NONVERBAL, DISTRACTING BEHAVIORS INCLUDE WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING:
    A: TAPPING A PENCIL
    B: GAZING OUTSIDE THE WINDOW
    C: DIRECT EYE CONTACT
    D: GLANCING AT THE CLOCK
    • A
    • B
    • D
  2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS INAPPROPRIATE DURING A PHELBOTOMY PROCEDURE?
    A: "THIS WON'T HUTRT A BIT"
    B: "YOUR NAME IS MRS. JONES, ISN'T IT?"
    C: "YOU'RE REQUIRED TO COOPERATE WITH THIS"
    D: COULD YOU PLEASE SPELL YOUR LAST NAME FOR ME?"
    • A
    • B
    • C
  3. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE KEY ELEMENTS IN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION?
    A: ANALYTICAL LISTINENING
    B: NONVERBAL CUES
    C: VERBAL SKILLS
    D: POINT OF CARE PROCEDURES
    • A
    • B
    • C
  4. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MAIN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR EVERY PHLEBOTOMIST?
    A: ANALYTICAL TESTING
    B: DATA COLLECTION
    C: REPORTING RESULTS
    D: PREANALYTICAL PROCESS
    D
  5. WHAT FEELINGS DOES ONE EXPERIENCE WHEN A STRANGER GETS "TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT"?
    A: ANXIETY
    B:FEAR
    C:CONFIDENCE
    D:SECURITY
    • A
    • B
    • D
  6. WHAT ARE COMPETENCY STATEMENTS FOR PHLEBOTOMIST?
    A: VERBAL CUES FOR PATIENTS
    B: ENTRY-LEVEL SKILLS, TASKS, ROLES
    C: IDENTIFICATION POLICIES
    D: CERTIFICATION EXAM QUESTIONS
    B
  7. VERACITY IS AN ESSENTIAL CHARACTER TRAIT FOR A PHLEBOTOMIST. SELECT THE MOST APPROPRIATE EXAMPLE OF WHAT IT MEANS
    A: BEING AN IMPECCABLE DRESSER
    B: ABILITY TO TELL A GOOD STORY
    C: TELLING THE TRUTH
    D: PERFORMING WELL IN HARSH SITUATIONS
    C
  8. HOW SHOULD A PHLEBOTOMIST TREAT A PATIENT WHO MAY HAVE DEAFNESS?
    A:SPEAK IN A VERY LOUD VOICE
    B: ASK THE PATIENT WHETHER YOU SHOULD REPEAT THE STEPS BEFORE PROCEEDING
    C: TELL THE PATIENT NOT TO WORRY ABOUT ANYTHING
    D: ASSURE THE PATIENT THAT "IT WONT HURT"
    B
  9. WHY IS EYE CONTACT HELPFUL DURING A PHLEBOTOMIST-PATIENT INTERACTION?
    A: IT PROMOTES A SENSE OF TRUST
    B: IT IS AN EXPRESSION OF AUTHORITY
    C: IT HELPS THEM FOCUS ON THE PHLEBOTOMIST INSTRUCTIONS
    D:IT HELPS THE PHLEBOTOMIST READ THE PATIENTS LIPS
    A
  10. SELECT THE BEST EXAMPLE OF INTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS FOR CLINICAL LABORATORY SERVICES
    A: DR & NURSES
    B:HEALTH INSURANCE
    C:ADVOCACY GROUPS
    D:ACCREDITING AGENCIES
    A
  11. A NURSE JUST CAME OUT OF A PATIENT'S RM STATING THAT THE PATIENT THREW HIS ARM UP WHEN SHE WAS PERFORMING A VENIPUNCTURE AND THAT THE NEEDLE JABBED HER AS IT FLEW OUT OF HIS ARM. WHEN SHOULD THE NURSE REPORT THIS INCIDENT?
    A: AFTER SEEING HE EMPLOYEE HEALTH PHYSICIAN
    B: AFTER 24 HRS TO SEE WHETHER THE NEEDLE STICK IS HEALING
    C: IMMEDIATELY
    D: AT THE END OF THE WORK SHIFT
    C
  12. A HEALTH CARE WORKER IS GIVEN VOLUNTARY PERMISSIONTO TOUCH A PATIENT FOR BLOOD COLLECTION UNDER WHAT LEGAL TERM?
    A: ASSAULT & BATTERY
    B: BATTERY
    C: INFORMED CONSENT
    D: ETHICS
    C
  13. SPECIMEN COLLECTION AND HANDLING IS REFERRED TO AS
    A:ANALYTICAL PHASE
    B: PREANALYTICAL PHASE
    C: POSTANALYTICAL PHASE
    D: ANALYTICAL PREPHASE
    B
  14. THE FEDERAL LAW THAT REGULATES THE QUALITY AND ACCURACY OF LABORATORY TESTING (INCLUDING BLOOD COLLECTION) THROUGH CERTIFICATION INSPECTION IS REFERRED TO AS
    A: CLIA '88
    B: FDA
    C: EPA
    D: HCFA
    A
  15. MALPRACTICE IN BLOOD COLLECTION IS THE SAME AS
    A: PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE
    B: INFORMED CONSENT
    C: BATTERY
    D:CRIMINAL ACTION
    A
  16. THE MEASURING STICK REPRESENTING THE CONDUCT OF THE AVERAGE HEALTH CARE WORKER IS THE
    A: COMMUNITY WHERE THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER WORKS
    B: COMMUNTIY WHERE THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER LIVES
    C: NATIONAL COMMUNITY
    D: INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
    C
  17. A PHLEBOTOMIST FORGOT HER PASSWORD FOR THE LABORATORY COMPUTER AND USED A COLLEAGES PASSWORD TO ENTER THE LAB ACCESS FILES ON A PATIENT'S BLOOD WORK TO BE PREFORMED. WHAT LAW HAS SHE VIOLATED?
    A: OSHA
    B: HIPPA
    C: NO LAW
    D: CLIA
    B
  18. FOR POTENTIAL LAWSUITS THAT MAY OCCUR IN THE HEALTH CARE FACILITY WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE MAINTAINED IN THE HEALTH CARE WORKER'S EMPLOYEE FILE?
    A: NUMBER OF PATIENTS FROM WHOM THE HEALTH CARE WORKER HAS COLLECTED BLOOD DURING THE PRECEDING YR
    B:NAME OF PATIENTS FROM WHOM THE HEALTH CARE WORKER HAS COLLECTED BLOOD DURING THE PRECEDING YR
    C: RECORD OF CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES
    D: WHETHER THE HEALTH CARE WORKER HAS ADDITIONAL JOB
    C
  19. THE INTENTIONAL TOUCHING OF ANOTHER PERSON W/O PERMISSION CONSIDERED TO BE
    A: ASSAULT
    B: BATTERY
    C: MALPRACTICE
    D: NEGLIGENCE
    B
  20. BEFORE A PATIENT'S LABORATORY TEST RESULTS CAN LEGALLY BE RELEASED, THE PATIENT MUST
    A: TELL HIS OR HER PHYSICIAN THAT IT IS OK
    B: EXPRESS VERBAL PERMISSION TO THE LAB RECEPTIONIST
    C: PROVIDE WRITTEN CONSENT
    D: PROVIDE WRITTEN CONSENT FROM HIS OR HER LAWYER
    C
  21. HOMEOSTASIS REFERS TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING
    A: CHEMICAL IMBALANCE
    B: STEADY-STATE CONDITION
    C: BALANCED CHEMISTRY
    D: THOUSANDS OF GENES
    B
  22. THE TERM SUPERFICIAL VEIN MEANS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING
    A: DEEP VEIN
    B: VEIN THAT HAS BLOCKAGE
    C: VEIN THAT IS CLOSE TO THE SKIN SURFACE
    D: VEIN THAT IS CUT OPEN AND BLEEDING
    C
  23. WHAT IS THE BEST POSITION FOR A PATIENT TO BE IN WHEN THE HEALTH CARE WORKER PERFORMS A PHLEBOTOMY PROCEDURE?
    A: PRONE POSITION
    B: STANDING POSITION
    C: SUPINE POSITION
    D: VENTRAL POSITION
    C
  24. ARTERIES DIFFER FROM VIENS IN WHICH WAY
    A: ARTERIES HAVE THIN WALLS
    B: ARTERIES DO NOT HAVE A PULSE
    C: BLOOD FROM ARTERIES APPEARS DARK RED
    D: BLOOD FROM ARTERIES APPEARS BRIGHT RED
    D
  25. CAPILLARY BLOOD CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING
    A:CELLS, PLASMA, ARTERIAL BLOOD, VENOUS BLOOD
    B:PLASMA & CELLS
    C:ONLY ARTERIALIZED BLOOD
    D:ONLY VENOUS BLOOD
    A
  26. A PATIENT HAS A SEVERE BURN ON HIS LEFT WRIST. SELECT THE BEST DESCRIPTION OF ITS LOCATION RELATIVE TO HIS FINGERS. THE BURN IS:
    A: PROXIMAL TO HIS FINGERS
    B: DIDSTAL TO HIS FINGERS
    C: LATERAL TO HIS ELBOW
    D: POSTERIOR TO HIS ELBOW
    A
  27. VENOUS BLOOD IS
    A:BLUE
    B:DARK RED
    C:BRIGHT RED
    D:STRAW-COLORED
    B
  28. WHAT VOLUME OF BLOOD (IN LITERS) DOES A NORMAL ADULT HAVE?
    A:0.5-1.0
    B:2-3
    C:4-5
    D:6-7
    C
  29. A PATIENT IS TAKING ASPRIN. HOW MIGHT THIS AFFECT A VENIPUNCTURE
    A:BLOOD WILL APPEAR THICKER
    B:BLOOD WILL APPEAR DARKER THAT USUAL
    C:BLEEDING MAY BE EXCESSIVE OR PROLONGED
    D:ASPRIN DOES NOT AFFECT THE VENIPUNCTURE
    C
  30. HEMOSTASIS REFERS TO
    A: STEADY STATE CONDITION
    B: ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY
    C: BLOOD LEAKAGE INTO TISSUE
    D: CONTROL OF BLOOD CLOTTING
    D
  31. IF A HEALTH CARE WORKER IS CAUGHT IN A FIRE IN THE HEALTH CARE FACILITY, SHE OR HE SHOULD NOT
    A: CLOSE ALL THE DOORS AND WINDOWS BFORE LEAVING THE AREA
    B: CALL THE ASSINGED FIRE NUMBER
    C: RUN
    D: ATTEMPT TO EXTINGUISH THE FIRE IF IT IS SMALL
    C
  32. WHAT ARE THE MAJOR PRINCIPLES OF SELF-PROTECTION FROM RADIATION EXPOSURE
    A: TIME, DISTANCE, AND SHIELDING
    B: DISTANCE, SHIELDING, & COMBUSTIBILITY
    C: COMBUSTIBILITY, ANTICORROSIVENESS, & TIME
    D: SHIELDING, DISTANCE, & ANTICORROSIVENESS
    A
  33. THE HEALTH CARE WORKER WAS AKSED TO BRING A CHEMICAL INTO THE CHEMISTRY LAB. THE WORKER NOTICED THAT A YELLOW QUADRANT OF A DIAMOND ON THE CHEMICAL'S LABEL SHOWED 1. THE YELLOW QUADRANT OF THE DIAMOND, ACCORDING NFPA, INDICATES
    A: FLAMMABILITY HAZARD
    B: HEALTH HAZARD
    C: INSTABILITY HAZARD
    D:SPECIFIC HAZARD
    C
  34. IF AN ACCIDENT OCCURS SUCH AS A NEEDLESTICK THE INJURED HEALTH CARE WORKER SHOULD FIRST AND IMMEDIATELY
    A: CALL IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR FROM THE LOCATION OF THE NEEDLESTICK ACCIDENT
    B: CLEANSE THE AREA WITH ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL AND APPLY AN ADHESIVE BANDAGE
    C: FILL OUT THE INCIDENT REPORT FORM
    D: TAKE THE NEEDLE BACK TO THE CLINICAL LAB FOR VERIFICATION OF THE ACCIDENT
    B
  35. SAFE WORKING CONDITIONS MUST BE ENSURED BY THE EMPLOYER AND HAVE BEEN MANDATED BY LAW UNDER THE
    A: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & FACILITY ACT
    B:OCCUPATIONAL SEFETY & HEALTH ADMIN ACDT
    C: HEALTH CARE FACILITY & OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ACT
    D: HEALTH CARE INSTITUTIONAL SAFETY & HEALT ACT
    B
  36. ANTISEPTICS FOR SKIN INCLUDE
    A: FORMALDEHYDE
    B: IODINE
    C: ETHYLEN OXIDE
    D: HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION
    B
  37. IN A HEALTH CARE FACILITY WHICH IS A TYPICAL FOMITE
    A: 95% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
    B: IODINE
    C: TELEPHONE
    D: FACIAL SHIELD
    C
  38. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ISOLATION TECHNIQUES IS USED TO DECREASE THE SPREAD OF WHOOPING COUGH
    A: DROPLET PRECAUTIONS
    B: CONTACT PRECAUTIONS
    C: AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS
    D: ENTERIC PRECAUTIONS
    A
  39. REVERSE ISOLATION IS THE SAME AS
    A: PROTECTIVE ISOLATION
    B: ENTERIC ISOLATION
    C: AIRBONE PRECAUTIONS
    D: CONTACT PRECAUTIONS
    A
  40. WHAT IS THE PROPER ORDER FOR REMOVAL OF ISOLATTION PBE
    A: GLOVES, GOWN, & THEN GOGGLES
    B: GOGGLES, GLOVES & THEN GOWN
    C: GLOVES, GOGGLES, & THEN GOWN
    D: GOWN, GLOVES, & THEN GOGGLES
    C
  41. MEDICAL RECORDS SERVE WHAT PURPOSE
    A: COORDINATION OF CARE
    B: MAINTAIN TECHNICAL SKILLS
    C: PROVIDECOMPETENCY STATEMENTS
    D: DOCUMENT CERTIFICATION
    A
  42. BAR CODES CAN BE USED FOR WHICH TYPE OF INFO
    A: ID OF BLOOD CELLS
    B: PATIENT ID NUMBERS
    C: DESIGNATION OF RIGHT FROM LEFT
    D: INVENTORY OF PATIENTS BELONGINGS
    B
  43. WHAT IS THE MOST ERROR-FREE METHOD FOR REQUESTING A LAB TEST
    A: HAND WRITTEN REQ
    B: COMPUTERIZED METHOD
    C: VERBAL METHOD
    D: VERBAL STAT METHOD
    B
  44. A SPECIMEN SHOULD BE CHILLED FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ANALYSES?
    A: COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC)
    B: BILIRUBIN LEVEL
    C: BLOOD GASSES
    D: GLUCOSE LEVEL
    C
  45. A SPECIMEN SHOULD BE PROTECTED FROM LIGHT FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DETERMINATIONS
    A: BILIRUBIN CONCENTRATION
    B: HEMOGLOBIN LEVEL
    C: GLUCOSE LEVEL
    D: BLOOD CULTURES
    A
  46. NORMAL BODY TEMP IN CENTIGRADE IS
    A: 25
    B: 37
    C: 98
    D: 100
    B
  47. ROOM TEMP IN CENTIGADE IS
    A: 25
    B: 37
    C: 98
    D: 100
    A
  48. THERMOLABILE MEANS SENSITIVITY TO
    A: LATEX
    B: TEMP CHANGES
    C: LIGHT
    D: SEASONAL ALLERGIES
    B
  49. PHOTOSENSITIVITY MEANS SESITIVITY TO
    A: LATEX
    B: TEMP CHANGES
    C: LIGHT
    D: SEASONAL ALLERGIES
    C
  50. APPROX HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE A NORMAL BLOOD SPECIMEN (W/O AN ANTICOAGULANT OR LOT ACTIVATOR) TO CLOT?
    A: 1-5 MINS
    B: 6-10 MINS
    C: 30-60 MINS
    D: >120 MINS
    C
  51. THE YELLOW TOPPED VACUUM COLLECTION TUBE HAS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ADDITIVES?
    A: LITHIUM HEPARIN
    B: TRISODIUM CITRATE
    C: SODIUM POLYANETHOLESULFONATE SPS
    D: EDTA
    C
  52. THE BUTTERFLY BLOOD COLLECTION SET IS FREQUENTLY USED WITH THE NEEDLE GUAGE SIZE OF
    A: 23
    B: 20
    C: 19
    D: 18
    A
  53. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ANTICOAGULANTS IS FOUND IN THE ROYAL BLUE TOPPED BLOOD COLLECTION TUBE
    A: NO ADDITIVE
    B: LITHIUM HEPARIN
    C: 3.2% SODIUM CITRATE
    D: AMMONIUM HEPARIN
    A
  54. LITHIUM HEPARIN IS A SUITABLE ANTICOAGULANT FOR COLLCETING BLOOD TO RUN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TES
    A:ERYTHOCYTE SEDIMENTATION
    B:ZINC LEVEL
    C: GLUCOSE LEVEL
    D: LITHIUM LEVEL
    C
  55. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A BLOOD MICROCOLLECTION SYSTEM
    A: MICROTOME
    B: BD ECLIPSE
    C: RAM SAFE-T-FILL
    D: VACUAETTE QUICKSHIELD
    C
  56. A BLOOD CELL COUNT REQUIRES WHOLE BLOOD COLLECTED IN A
    A: GREEN
    B: PURPLE
    C: YELLOW
    D: LIGHT-BLUE
    B
  57. SPECIMENS FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TEST MUST BE COLLECTED IN LIGHT-BLUE
    A: PT AND APTT
    B: GLUCOSE
    C: TRACE ELEMENTS
    D: ESR
    A
  58. BLOOD COLLECTION FOR BLOOD BANKING PROCEDURES CAN BE COLLECTED IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TUBES
    A: PINK
    B: BLACK
    C: ROYAL BLUE
    D: LIGHT-BLUE
    A
  59. A PREFILLED DEVICE USED AS A COLLECTION AND DILUTION UNIT IS THE
    A: MONOJECT TUBE
    B: BD UNOPETTE
    C: SARSTED S-MONOVETTE BLOOD COLLECTION SYSTEM
    D: RAM SAFE-T-FILL
    B
  60. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ANTICOAGULANTS IS RECOMMENDED FOR BLOOD SMEAR PREPARATIONS
    A: LITHIUM HEPARIN
    B: SODIUM HEPARIN
    C: EDTA
    D: SPS
    C
  61. WHAT OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIKELY CAUSE OF HEMOCONCENTRATION?
    A: LONG-TERM IV THERAPY
    B: LYSING OF THE RBC's
    C: EXCESSIVE NEEDLE PROBING
    D: BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION
    A
  62. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SOLID MASS DERIVED FROM BLOOD CONSTITUENTS & CAN BLOCK A VEIN (OR ARTERY)?
    A: HEMOLYZED RBC
    B: HEMOLYZED WBC
    C: GLUCOSE
    D: THROMBUS
    D
  63. IF BLOOD IS TO BE COLLECTED FOR A TIMED BLOOD TRIGLYCERIDE-LEVEDETERMINATION, THE PATIENT MUST FAST FOR HOW LONG?
    A: 4-6 HRS
    B: 6-8 HRS
    C: 8-12 HRS
    D: 14-16 HRS
    C
  64. SYNCOPE REFERS TO:
    A: HEMOCONCENTRATION
    B: EDEMA
    C: FAINTING
    D: SCARRING AT THE VENIPUNCTURE SITE
    C
  65. IF THE TOURNIQUET IS APPLIED FOR LONGER THAN 3 MINS. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ANALYTES WILL MOST LIKELY BECOME FALSELY ELEVATED?
    A: GLUCOSE
    B: BILIRUBIN
    C: POTASSIUM
    D: LITHIUM
    C
  66. TO ENSURE THAT THE PATIENT IS IN THE BASAL STATE FOR LAB TESTING
    A: THE PATIENT MUST SLEEP FOR AT LEAST 8 HRS
    B: THE PHYSICIAN MUST REQUIRE THE PATIENT TO FAST OVERNIGHT
    C: THE PHYSICIAN MUST REQUIRE THE PATIENT TO & NOT DRINK WATER OVERNIGHT
    D: THE PATIENT MUST REST FOR AT LEAST 10 HRS & NOT DRINK WATER OR EAT
    B
  67. WHAT CLEANSING AGENT CAN BE USED FOR A PATIENT'S VENIPUNCTURE SITE IF THE PATIENT IS ALLERGIC TO IODINE AND ALCOHOL
    A: STERIL WATER
    B: PHENOL
    C: CHLOROHEXIDINE
    D: CHLOROPHENOL
    C
  68. SMALL RED SPOTS ON A PATIENTS SKIN DUE TO A BLOOD CLOTTING ABNORMALITY IS REFERRED TO AS:
    A: HEMONCONCENTRATION
    B: PETECHIAE
    C: HEOLYSIS
    D: SYNCOPE
    B
  69. SCLEROSED VEINS ARE A RESULTS OF:
    A: HEMOLYSIS
    B: HEMOCONCENTRATION
    C: INFLAMATION
    D: SYNCOPE
    C
  70. A HEMOLYZED SPECIMEN CAN LEAD TO FALSLEY INCREASED RESULTS FOR:
    A: RBC COUNT
    B: HEMATOCRIT
    C: HEMOGLOBIN
    D: POTASSIUM
    D
  71. AN UNCONSCIOUS EMERGENCY PATIENT MAY BE ID BY WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MEANS:
    A: A NAME ON THE PATIENTS BED
    B: TEMP ID LABEL
    C: PAITIENTS BACKPACK
    D: ER CLERK
    B
  72. ID PROCEDURES FOR OUTPATIENTS MAY INCLUDEASKING FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING:
    A: PHOTO ID
    B: BIRTH DATE
    C: ADDRESS
    D: ID BY A FAMILY MEMBER
    ALL OF THE ABOVE
  73. THE MOST COMMON SITES FOR VENIPUNCTURE ARE IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
    A: DORSAL SIDE OF THE WRIST
    B: THE ANTECUBITAL AREA OF THE ARM
    C: THE MIDDLE FINGER
    D: THE EARLOBE
    B
  74. APPLYING A TOURNIQUET IS USEFUL FOR:
    A: PROVIDING AN INDICATION OF THE SIZE OF THE VEIN
    B: DISTRACTING THE PATIENT FROM THE DISCOMFORT OF THE PROCEDURE
    C: PROVIDING AN INDICATION OF THE DEPTH OF THE VEIN
    D: ALLOWING BLOOD TO POOL IN THE VEINS
    D
  75. WHAT EFFECT DOES WARMING THE SITE HAVE ON VENIPUNCTURE?
    A: PREVENTS VEINS FROM ROLLING
    B: MAKES VIENS STAND OUT
    C: CAUSES HEMOCONCENTRATION
    D: INCREASES LOCALIZED BLOOD FLOW
    D
  76. HOW LONG SHOULD THE TOURNIQUEST BE PLACED AROUND THE PATIENTS ARM?
    A: APPROX 4 MINS
    B: UNTIL THE NEEDLE IS REMOVED
    C: UNTIL THE ENTIRE VENIPUNCTURE IS COMPLETED
    D: NO MORE THAN 1 MIN
    D
  77. HOW MANY TIMES SHOULD ONE PATIENT BE PUNCTURED DURING A PROCEDURE?
    A: ONLY ONCE
    B: NO MORE THAN TWICE
    C: THREE TIMES
    D: FOUR TIMES
    B
  78. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TUBES SHOULD ALWAYS BE DRAWN FIRST?
    A: BLOOD CULTURE
    B: LAVENDER
    C: LIGHT-BLUE
    D: RED
    A
  79. WHEN SHOULD SAFETY DEVICES BE ACTIVATED DURING A VENIPUNCTURE PROCEDURE?
    A: BEFORE BEGINING THE PROCEDURE
    B: JUST BEFORE STICKING THE PATIENT SO THAT NO ONE WILL GET HURT
    C: IMMEDIATELY AFTER WITHDRAWAL FROM THE VEIN UNLESS THE MANUFACTURER RECOMMENDS OTHERWISE
    D: JUST BEFORE PUTTING IT IN THE WASTE CONTAINER
    C
  80. DURING A VENIPUNCTURE PROCEDURE USING EVACUATED TUBES WHEN SHOULD THE TOURNIQUET BE RELEASED?
    A: BEFORE THE BLOOD FLOWS INTO THE TUBE
    B: AFTER THE BLOOD FLOWS INTO THE TUBE
    C: BEFORE THE NEEDLE IS INSERTED
    D: AFTER THE NEEDLE HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN
    B
  81. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE BEST SITE FOR A CAPILLARY PUNCTURE ON AN ADULT?
    A: MIDDLE FINGER
    B: PINKIE FINGER
    C: ANKLE
    D: HEEL
    A
  82. CONTROLLING THE DEPTH OF THE SKIN PUNCTURE PREVENTS
    A: PUNCTURING A VEIN
    B: BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION
    C: EXCESSIVE BLEEDING
    D: OSTEOMYELITIS
    D
  83. SKIN PUNCTURE IS NOT USEFUL FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS?
    A: OBESITY
    B: BURNS
    C: FRAGILE VEINS
    D: HEALTHY ADULTS WHO NEED MANY LAB TEST
    D
  84. WHICH OF THE FINGERS ARE USED MOST OFTEN FOR SKIN PUNCTURE?
    A: THUMB
    B: SECON OR INDEX FINGER
    C: THIRD OR FOURTH FINGER
    D: FIFTH OR PINKY FINGER
    C
  85. WHAT IS THE DIDINFECTANT OF CHOICE FOR A CAPILLARY PUNCTURE PROCEDURE?
    A: IODINE
    B: 100% ETHYL ALCOHOL
    C: 70% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
    D: 10% BLEACH SOLUTION
    C
  86. WHICH DROPS OF BLOOD SHOULD BE USED FOR SPECIMEN COLLECTION DURING A FINGESTICK?
    A: FIRST
    B: SECOND
    C: TWELTH
    D: BLOOD MISED WITH ALCOHOL
    B
  87. WHICH DROP SHOULD BE WIPED AWAY BEFORE BEGINNING THE CAPILLARY COLLECTION?
    A: FIRST
    B: SECOND
    C: TWELTH
    D: BLOOD MIXED WITH ALCOHOL
    A
  88. WHAT DOES THE FETHERED EDGE REFER TO
    A: THE POINT OF THE LANCET
    B: ALCOHOL PAD
    C: EDGE OF THE BLOOD FLIM ON A MICROSCOPE SLIDE
    D: BLOOD DROP ON A MICROSCOPE SLIDE
    C
  89. CAPILLARY BLOOD IS COMPOSED OF:
    A: VENOUS BLOOD
    B: ARTERIAL BLOOD ONLY
    C: VENOUS, ARTERIAL, AND CAPILLARY BLOOD, AND TISSUE FLUIDS
    D: VENOUS BLOOD AND TISSUE FLUIDS
    C
  90. PLASTIC MICROCOLLECTION TUBES SHOULD BE FILLED WITH BLODD IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS?
    A: USING A SYRINGE TO FILL THE TUBE
    B: ALLOWING THE TUBE TO FILL BY ITSELF USING CAPILLARY ACTION
    C: USING SUNCTION TO PULL BLOOD INTO THE TUBE
    D: USING THE TUBE TO SCOOP DROPLETS OFF THE SKIN CAREFULLY
    B
  91. THE PREFFERED TECHNIQUE FOR PREPARING A CHILD FOR BLOOD COLLECTION IS TO:
    A: PERFORM THE BLOOD COLLECTION WHEN THE CHILD IS ASLEEP
    B: MEDICATE THE CHILD FOR TOTAL SEDATION
    C: USE MECHANICAL RESTRAINT
    D: PLACE THE CHILD IN A VERTICAL POSITION AS THE PARENT HOLD THEM
    D
  92. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN ACCEPTABLE WAY TO PREPARE THE CHILD FOR PAIN FROM VENIPUNCTURE?
    A: INJECT PAIN MEDS IN THE ARM THAT WILL HAVE THE VENIPUNCTURE
    B: GIVE THE CHILD ORAL SUCROSE
    C: EMLA APPLIACTION
    D: PLACE AN ICE PACK ON THE VENIPUNCTUER SITE FOR 4 MINS BEFORE THE NEEDLE STICK
    C
  93. WHICH IS THE PREFERRED SITE FOR A SKIN PUNCTURE FOR A NEWBORN INFANT
    A: DORSAL SIDE OF THE HAND
    B: MEDIAL OR LATERAL PLANTAR SURFACE OF THE HEEL
    C: CENTRAL SURFACE OF THE HEEL
    D: A PREVIOUS PUNTURE SITE THAT HAS HEALED
    B
  94. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES IS NEEDED TO COLLECT BLOOD FOR CAPILLARY BLOOD GASES FROM A NEWBORN INFANT
    A: TOURNIQUET
    B: LIDOCAINE
    C: METAL FILING
    D: SYRINGE
    C
  95. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A DEBILITATING DIESEASE CAUSING TREMORS, PARTICULARLY IN ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS?
    A: ANEMIA
    B: PARKINSON'S DISEASE
    C: ARTHRITIS
    D: DEPRESSION
    B
  96. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES IS NEEDED TO COLLECT BLOOD FOR A PEDIATRIC VENIPUNCTURE?
    A: SAFETY LANCETS
    B: PLASTIC CAPILLARY TUBES
    C: PLASTIC CAPILLARY TURE SEALERS
    D: SAFETY WINGED INFUSION SET
    D
  97. IF THE NEONATE OR CHILD IS GOING TO RECEIVE FLUID INTRAVENOUSLY WHAT VEINS BE AVOIDED FOR BLOOD COLLECTION
    A: DISTAL VEINS
    B: MEDIAL WRIST VEINS
    C: SALP VEINS
    D: VEINS IN THE DORSUM OF THE FOOT
    D
  98. IF THE INCISION MADE FOR BLOOD COLLECTION IS TOO DEEP THE INFANT'S HEEL THIS IMPROPER HEELSTICK CAN LEAD TO:
    A: PARKINSON'S DISEASE
    B: OSTEOCHONDRITIS
    C: GENETIC DEFECTS
    D: HEMOPHILLA
    B
  99. VENIPUNCTURE IN AN INFANT AND OR TODDLER IS RECOMMENDED FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BLOOD TEST?
    A: HEMATROCRIT
    B: BLOOD CULTURES
    C: HEMOGLOBIN
    D: FASTING GLUCOSE
    B
  100. FOR THE DORSAL HAND VEIN PROCEDURE ON AN INFANT, THE ANLGE OF THE NEEDLE TO THE SKIN SHOULD BE
    A: 45 DEGREES
    B: 35 DEGREES
    C: 25 DEGREES
    D: 15 DEGREES
    D
  101. WHAT IS A FISTULA?
    A: THE FUSION OF A VIEN AND AN ARTERY
    B: A GOOD SOURCE OF ARTERIAL BLOOD
    C: A TUBULAR INSTRUMENT USED TO GAIN ACCESS TO VENOUS BLOOD
    D: AN ARIFICIAL SHUNT THAT PROVIDES ACCESS TO ARTERIAL BLOOD
    A
  102. WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP TO OBTAIN BLOOD FOR GLUCOSE MONITORING?
    A: CHOOSE AND WASH PATIENT'S FINGERTIP
    B: USE AN ALCOHOL PAD TO CLEANSE THE SKIN ON THE FINGERTIP
    C: USE THE PATIENT'S ID ACCORDING TO THE HEALTH CARE FACILITY'S PROTOCOL
    D: SQUEEZE THE PATIENT'S FINGER TO MAKEA BIG FIRST DROP OF BLOOD FOR THE MONITOR
    C
  103. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TEST IS MEASURED THROUGH BLOOD COAGULATION MONITORING BY POINT-OF-CARE TESTING?
    A: GLUCOSE
    B: pO2
    C: PTP
    D: pH
    C
  104. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES IS NOT NEEDED TO TEST WITH THE COAGUCHECK SYSTEM?
    A: TOURNIQUET
    B: SAFETY LANCET
    C: ALCOHOL SWAB
    D: GLOVES
    A
  105. WHAT IS THE REASON FOR COLLECTING A 24-HR URINE SPECIMEN FROM A PATIENT?
    A: TO TEST FOR CREATININE CLEARANCE
    B: TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE PATIENT CAN FOLLOW THE COLLECTION INSTRUCTIONS
    C: TO TEST FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF A HEMATOMA
    D: TO TEST FOR THE HEMOGLOBIN LEVEL
    A
  106. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING EVACUATED TUBES IS PREFERRED FOR THE COLLECTION OF A BLOOD CULTURE SPECIMEN?
    A: YELLOW
    B: GREEN
    C: LIGHT-BLUE
    D: RE
    A
  107. DURING A GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST, WHICH PROCEDURE IS ACCEPTABLE?
    A: A FASTING BLOOD COLLECTION IS PERFORMED AND THEN A STANDARD AMOUNT OF GLUCOSE DRINK IS GIVEN TO PATIENT
    B: THE PATIENT SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED TO DRINK TEA, WATER, OR COFFEE THROUGHOUT THE DAY
    C: THE PATIENT IS ALLOWED TO CHEW SUGARLESS GUM
    D: ALL OF THE PATIENTS SPECIMENS ARE TIMED FROM THE FASTING COLLECTION
    A
  108. THE ABG ANALYSIS USES WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING FOR THE PREFERRED BLOOD COLLECTION SITE TO OBTAIN ACCURATE RESULTS?
    A: HEELSTICK
    B: FEMORAL ARTERY
    C: ULNAR ARTERY
    D: RADIAL ARTERY
    D
  109. WHEN ARTERIAL BLOOD IS COLLECTED FOR AN ABG DERTMINATION THE NEEDLE SHOULD BE INSERTED AT AN ANGLE OF NO LESS THAN:
    A: 15 DEGREES
    B: 30 DEGREES
    C: 45 DEGREES
    D: 65 DEGREES
    C
  110. IF BLOOD CULTURE COLLECTION IS REQUESTED ON A PATIEN THAT IS ALLERGIC TO IODINE, WHAT ALTERNATIVE CLEANSING SOLUTION SHOULD BE USED?
    A: CHLOROPHENOL
    B: CHLOROHEXIDINE GLUCONATE
    C: FORMALDEHYDE
    D: 1% PHENOL
    B

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