Phlebotomy Practice Quiz: 25 Questions




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1) What is a condition that could cause leukopenia (low white blood cell count)?
2) Always recap your needle before putting it into the sharps container.
3) What is the recommended depth of a heel puncture on an infant?
4) How many inches above the site should be the tourniquet be tied?
5) Lavender tubes must be 2/3 full.
6) When someone is in shock you should keep them cool.
7) If the needle passes completely through the vein you must pull it out of the arm and try another vein.
8) A person should sustain from eating for how many hours prior to a fasting blood test?
9) Permanent surgical connection between an artery and a vein?
10) Contact, droplet and airborne are ______________.
11) An open wound can be a portal of entry in an infection chain.
12) What part of the infant is a PKU test performed on ?
13) Tiny red spots on the skin cause from the rupturing of capillaries are called?
14) What is the preferred antiseptic for venipuncture?
15) Which tube would you use to measure lactic acid ?
16) Which tube is used for a sickle cell (anemia) screen?
17) In therapeutic blood monitoring, the trough levels are tested ___________
18) The OGTT (oral Glucose Tolerance test or GTT test diagnoses _____________
19) Where is the blood collected, stored, and prepared for transfusions?
20) What special handling does a cold agglutinins test require ?
21) arteries and arterioles carry oxygenated blood?
22) How many times should a light-blue tube be inverted?
23) What tube is used for ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate?
24) Sodium Citrate is the additive in which tube?

25) Blood cultures are collected in a __________ tube.

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