Lab Draw Answer Book
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Answers to hundreds of commonly asked questions on drawing blood samples for laboratory testing. This essential desk reference for laboratory and nursing personnel is the second edition of our popular Blood Specimen Collection FAQs reference book. Renamed and completely updated to reflect the revised CLSI venipuncture standard, we've added over 100 new entries to make it a desk reference you'll be hard-pressed to put back on the shelf. Culled from the thousands of questions we’ve been asked over the years, this reference is a must-have for anyone who performs, teaches, trains, or supervises phlebotomy. Each answer is highly researched and reflects the current standards, guidelines, and published literature.Scroll down for a preview.
Paperback — 440 pages
Publisher — Center for Phlebotomy Education
Softcover dimensions — 8.5 x 5 inches
ISBN — 978-0-9700588-0-5
Released — August, 2017
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This compendium is the go-to book for straight answers about anything involving phlebotomy. I have it in my library and I think all healthcare professionals who draw blood samples should have it in their libraries, too, if not at their fingertips.
Ruth E. McCall, author of Phlebotomy Essentials
If you are drawing blood, this book needs to be in your arsenal.
Dr. Michael O'Bryan, U.S. Diagnostics Marketing Manager, Sarstedt, Inc.
- Safety & Infection Control
- Training, Management & Certification
- Skin Punctures, Heelsticks, & Pain Management
- Patient Identification, Vein Selection & Site Prep
- Tourniquets & Butterflies
- Order of Draw & Discard Tubes
- Hemolysis & Potassium Issues
- Blood Cultures
- Labeling & Post-venipuncture Care
- Line Draws & IV Starts
- Processing, Storage & Transportation
- Patient Injuries & Complications
- Unorthodox Techniques