Phlebotomy Best Practices: A Case Study Approach

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007 - Medical - 117 pages
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Enhance your students' learning in phlebotomy! Suitable for use with any phlebotomy text, this new workbook includes 40 case studies to help apply concepts, methods and techniques, and information to actual situations.

Case studies are diverse in patient types and situations. Key questions accompany each key study. Terms are highlighted in glossary format.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Obese Patient
8
Quiz
14
Case 8 Patient on Blood Thinner
21
CHAPTER 3
39
Urine Spill
45
Blood Cultures
46
Reverse Isolation
49
Quiz
72
CHAPTER 5
77
Lab SafetyFire
80
LiabilityScope of Practice
82
Responsible Behavior
84
Combative Patient
86
Interpersonal Communication Skills
87
Patient Identity and Ethics in the Workplace
90

Staphylococcus Aureus
50
Quiz
52
CHAPTER 4
57
Case 23 Patient Identification
60
Dehydration
61
Renal and Liver Disease
64
Home Health Care
65
Case 27 Fasting and Family Members
68
Hematoma Formation
69
Hematoma and Tingling Fingers
92
Patient Dementia and Phlebotomist Negligence
93
HIPAA
95
Quiz
96
Answers
99
Glossary
105
Index
111
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