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Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. B 1. The term phlebotomy comes from Greek words that mean . a. draw blood c. drain blood b. cut a vei... n d. dermal cut D 2. Most sterilization indicators operate on what principle? a. color change will revert back when an item contaminated b. original color reappears after 6 weeks c. color change indicates the package has been properly sealed d. color change indicates sterilization is complete 3. Hemolysis occurs due to . a. allowing alcohol to air dry prior to puncture b. forcing syringe-drawn specimens into evacuated tubes c. gently massaging a dermal puncture site d. mixing the collection tube too slowly 4. In a normal microscopic urine result there can be a. nothing to report b. so many cells they cannot be counted c. only many RBCs d. a few epithelial cells, occasional WBCs, rare RBC 5. The main duty of a phlebotomist is to . a. interpret laboratory values c. process blood specimens b. evaluate blood specimens d. collect blood specimens 6. Which of the following procedures are covered by standard precautions? a. change gloves between patients b. dispose of needles in sharps container c. never recap needles d. perform hand hygiene every third time you change gloves 7. Symptoms of dehydration in infants a. are unimportant c. include being energetic and alert b. include dry skin d. include increased urine output 8. What chart is used to measure near vision acuity? a. snellen c. jaeger b. pelli-robson d. ishihara 9. Which of the following is NOT part of informed consent? a. explanation of advantages and risks to the treatment b. what might occur if there is no treatment c. results are guaranteed d. alternatives available to the patient 10. The federal regulations for clinical laboratories specifying guidelines for quality control, qualified personnel and quality assurance is a. OSHA c. CDA b. DEA d. CLIA 1988 11. The slowly degenerative brain disease that leads to tremor, muscle rigidity, difficulty moving and instability is a. parkinson’s disease c. stroke b. alzheimer’s disease d. glaucoma 12. Which of the following procedures would help diagnose an infection with a blood parasite? a. blood cultures c. bleeding time b. blood smear d. cold agglutinins 13. Bacteria require which of the following to grow? a. disinfectants c. light b. cool temperature d. moisture 14. An illuminated instrument used to examine the ear is an . a. ophthalmoscope c. otoscope b. anoscope d. cystoscope 15. A physician’s license may be revoked or suspended for the following reasons . a. conviction of a crime c. unprofessional conduct b. fraud d. all of the above [Show More]

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