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Practice the puncture perpendicular to the whorls of the fingerprint or footprint. 6. Discard puncture machine. 7. Wipe away first blood drop with dry gauze. eight. practice strain yet don't milk the positioning. nine. gather the specimen. 10. Cap microcollection tubes; combine ingredients through lightly tilting tubes. eleven. observe fresh gauze to the location with strain; don't follow a dressing to kids lower than age 2. 12. unlock the sufferer while bleeding has stopped. thirteen. Label the boxes. 14. take care of or discard apparatus and fresh the paintings region. 15. get rid of PPE and wash your fingers. sixteen. attempt, move, or shop the blood specimen based on workplace coverage. 17. checklist the method. CHARTING instance 07/12/08 9:00 AM OP fingerstick for prothrombin time dx ###. ## consistent with Dr. Robins. S. Smith, CMA fifty three three Lab Kronenberger_PKTGDE_Chap03. indd fifty three 12/13/2011 3:16:41 PM 3 Lab website This no longer this determine 3-3. suggest website and path of finger puncture. (From McCall R. Phlebotomy necessities, 4th ed. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008. ) HEMATOLOGY strategy 3-3 creating a Peripheral Blood Smear apparatus • fresh glass slides with frosted ends • Pencil • Well-mixed complete blood specimen • move pipette • Hand disinfectant • floor disinfectant fifty four Kronenberger_PKTGDE_Chap03. indd fifty four 12/13/2011 3:16:41 PM Figure 3-4. child heel. Shaded parts point out secure parts for heel puncture. (From McCall R. Phlebotomy necessities, 4th ed. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008. ) 1. wear gloves. 2. receive an EDTA (lavender-top tube) blood specimen. three. position a drop of blood 1 cm from the frosted finish of the slide. four. position the slide on a flat floor. five. carry the spreader slide at a 30-degree attitude and draw it again opposed to the blood. fifty five three Lab Kronenberger_PKTGDE_Chap03. indd fifty five 12/13/2011 3:16:41 PM 3 Lab 6. let blood to unfold lower than the sting, then push spreader slide towards different finish. 7. Label the slide at the frosted region. eight. let the slide to air dry. nine. deal with or discard apparatus and fresh the paintings quarter. 10. eliminate gloves and wash your arms. process 3-4 Staining a Peripheral Blood Smear gear • Staining rack • Wright’s stain fabrics • ready slide • Tweezers • Hand disinfectant • floor disinfectant 1. wear gloves, impervious costume, and face safeguard. 2. receive a lately made dried blood smear. three. make certain that the slide is classified with right sufferer id. four. position the slide on a stain rack blood part up. position staining solution(s) onto slide in response to manufacturer’s directions. five. retaining the slide with tweezers, lightly rinse the slide with water. Wipe off the again of the slide with gauze. Stand the slide upright and make allowance it to dry. 6. correctly deal with or get rid of apparatus. fresh the paintings region. 7. eliminate PPE and wash your fingers. fifty six Kronenberger_PKTGDE_Chap03. indd fifty six 12/13/2011 3:16:42 PM Procedure 3-5 Hemoglobin selection gear • Hemoglobinometer • Applicator sticks • entire blood • Hand disinfectant • floor disinfectant 1. wear gloves. 2. receive a blood specimen via capillary puncture or use an EDTA (lavender-top tube) blood specimen.