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Quick guide to venipuncture

Alexis Bennett

Quick guide to venipuncture

by Alexis Bennett

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Published by AACC Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementAlexis Bennett, George A. Fritsma
ContributionsFritsma, George A., American Association for Clinical Chemistry
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRB45.15 .B46 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24566383M
ISBN 109781594251054
LC Control Number2010016463
OCLC/WorldCa610144677

Author of Applied Phlebotomy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ) Author of Blood Specimen Collection FAQs (Center for Phlebotomy Education, Inc., ). Author of The Lab Draw Answer Book (Center for Phlebotomy Education, ) Co-author of Quick Guide to Blood Collection (AACC Press, ). Introducing the practices and procedures of phlebotomy Procedures in Phlebotomy, 4th Edition, provides easy-to-read guidelines for both basic and special phlebotomy techniques. It describes proper procedures for venipuncture, special collection procedures, and pediatric and geriatric considerations, and addresses essential topics such as infection control, OSHA guidelines, and anatomy and.

Phlebotomy Notes: Pocket Guide To Blood Collection is an extremely informative and handy guide to have at your fingertips. As the name suggests, it's a pocket-sized guide which gives you quick access to the most important phlebotomy related information and procedures. Using a study guide for phlebotomy can be very beneficial for many people, for quite a few reasons. The absolute positive benefit that outweighs any other benefit is, the phlebotomy student will always have a constant reference at their fingertips for any unanswered questions that arise in .

PHLEBOTOMY SERVICES. EVACUATED BLOOD COLLECTION TUBE GUIDE. Listed in Order of Draw for Blood Collection Tubes and Syringe Collections. STOPPER COLOR SYMBOL CONTENTS VOL. USES/COMMENTS; Blood Culture Bottles are ALWAYS drawn prior to other labs to reduce contamination.. Royal Blue. Ascencia Test Prep's Phlebotomy Exam Review Study Guide comes with FREE practice questions, online flash cards, study "cheat" sheets, and 35 test tips, all available online. These easy to use materials will give you the edge you need to pass your exam the first time.


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The Quick Guide to Venipuncture assists phlebotomists, patient care technicians, nurses, physicians, medical laboratory scientists, respiratory therapists, students, residents, fellows and all health care practitioners with blood specimen collection responsibilities.

The Guide describes standard venipuncture equipment and addresses patient identification and management, order of specimen /5(6). A Bloody Quick Guide was perfect in that I could download it for not the expense of a textbook and get the summation of Phlebotomy. A great over all explanation if you are considering Phlebotomy.

Well compiled. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Mavel. out of /5(23). Authors: George A. Fritsma, Dennis J. Ernst Publisher: AACC Press Year of publication: Newly revised, the second edition of this popular pocket guide provides a step-by-step procedure for collecting blood samples by venipuncture, capillary puncture, arterial puncture and.

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Phlebotomy is essential for a variety of medical diagnoses, procedures, and tests. Without proper specimens, unhelpful or even harmful medical treatment could happen. Nursing schools do not teach this skill due to legality issues. Students should study venipuncture in books and watch licensed nurses in clinical settings perform this task.

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oxia D. ren. With a storyboard format and full-color illustrations, Phlebotomy: Worktext and Procedures Manual describes all aspects of phlebotomy, with complete coverage of equipment, safety procedures, arterial blood gases, point-of-care testing, and practical phlebotomy skills.

Procedures are outlined in a detailed storyboard format, pairing steps with full-color photos to help you understand the Reviews: 1. Textbook Worth of Info In Each QuickStudy Guide With so much information jam-packed into each laminated study guide, they provide a textbook worth of information in only 6 pages.

With more facts per page than a book, take advantage of a textbook worth of knowledge with each QuickStudy s: Books & References Posters, CLSI standards, textbooks, booklets, tips cards, badge tags, and order-of-draw pens. Quick Guide to Blood Collection $ Ten Commandments of Phlebotomy Poster $ Blood Collection Errors and Their Impact on Patients poster $ An interview with pediatric emergency physician and pain researcher Dr.

Amy Baxter, Part 1. In this interview, Amy Baxter, MD, CEO and Founder of MMJ Labs talks to Center for Phlebotomy Education Director Dennis Ernst about current studies in pain management relative to phlebotomy, why cold and vibration mask the pain of a needle entering the skin, and how she came to create a device that.

Easy & Great Book Great book for beginners,easy to understand and to comprehend Great for Phlebotomy classes. I would recommend for classes more. flag Like see review. Lori McLees rated it really liked it. Quick Guide Definitely a quick guide if u weren't already familiar with phlebotomy it would probably not be so understandable.

Otherwise pretty thorough. flag Like 4/5. The Quick Guide to Venipuncture assists all healthcare practitioners?including phlebotomists, patient care technicians, nurses, physicians, medical laboratory scientists, respiratory therapists, students, residents, and fellows?who have blood specimen collection responsibilities.

The Guide. describes standard venipuncture equipment and addresses patient identification and management, order of. A Bloody Quick Guide was perfect in that I could download it for not the expense of a textbook and get the summation of Phlebotomy.

A great over all explanation if you are considering Phlebotomy. BD Education Center offers healthcare educational and training materials on nursing, specimen collection, flow cytometry, diagnostics, diabetes, safety, infusion therapy, medication delivery, training aids, infection control, biomedical research, general reference, and more.

Phlebotomy Notes: Pocket Guide to Blood Collection. This pocket-sized reference provides quick access to important phlebotomy information. Clinically focused, it’s the perfect guide to collecting, transporting, and processing quality blood specimens for laboratory testing.

The Quick Guide to Blood Collection, Second Edition, assists all healthcare practitioners — phlebotomists, patient-care technicians, nurses, physicians, medical laboratory scientists, respiratory therapists, students, residents, and fellows — who have blood specimen collection Guide: describes standard venipuncture equipment and addresses patient identification and.

VENIPUNCTURE •Check the venipuncture site (after minutes). •Bandage for 15 minutes to one (1) hour. •Patients should NOT bend the arm up. •Healthcare professional should notify nurse or supervisor if bleeding lasts more than five (5) minutes.

50   ♥ This a great quick demonstration of an antecubital basic venipuncture step by step blood draw. I’ve added a map of arm veins to the right as a helpful pairing for this video.

♥ It does matter what order you fill up your tubes. Usually the light blue tube is collected first as the anti-coagulation factors in other tubes can contaminate. Step Introduce yourself to the patient and confirm their identity.

Explain what you are going to do and obtain consent. As this is a potentially painful procedure so explain that they may feel some discomfort and answer any questions they may have.