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Procedures in Phlebotomy

Medicine

Quiz 9 :

Considerations and Complications of Phlebotomy

Quiz 9 :

Considerations and Complications of Phlebotomy

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Which of the following complications is caused by insufficient blood flow to the brain?
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C

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Fainting may be caused by hypovolemia in which of these situations?
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B

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This complication is seen as small red dots near the phlebotomy site that indicate the patient may have a tendency for prolonged bleeding following the procedure.
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A

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Which of the following demonstrates correct procedure when finding a patient absent when entering the room for venipuncture specimen collection?
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This common complication occurs when the needle is improperly placed in a vein,and the blood is allowed to escape from the vein and collect under the skin.
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Which of the following should not be a cause of inability to obtain blood? The:
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A short draw in a blue-top anticoagulated tube could lead to which of the following?
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Which of the following is not correct in regards to drawing from a damaged or scarred vein?
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Which of the following is not a possible reason for short draw?
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What does a sclerosed or scarred vein feel like?
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The best way to avoid potential patient complications is to:
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If a patient is sleeping when the phlebotomist enters the room,the proper procedure is to:
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Which of the following patient types could be uncooperative?
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Which of the following should not be done when a patient is coherent but refuses to allow a blood specimen to be collected?
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The most common complication from a venipuncture is:
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Which of the following is least likely to result in hematoma formation when collecting a specimen by venipuncture?
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If during venipuncture the phlebotomist notices swelling around the venipuncture site while the needle is still inserted,the proper procedure is to:
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Which of the following is not proper procedure for collecting blood from a patient with a running IV?
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Edematous areas should be avoided for venipuncture because:
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The proper procedure to follow when a patient faints during the phlebotomy procedure includes all of the following,except:
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