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Upon the completion of the course student will be able to :
Module 1: Introduction to Phlebotomy & Interpret test request forms.
Practice- Interpretation of laboratory request forms.
Module 2: Prepare an appropriate site for obtaining blood samples.
Practice: Select a suitable site for venipuncture and capillary puncture.
Module 3: Prepare and label the blood samples for test, procedure, and identification purposes.
Practice- labeling the sample.
Module 4: Transport the blood samples to the laboratory.
Practice- Proper Handling and transportation of blood samples to the clinical lab.
Module 5: Assist the patient before, during, and after collection of the specimen.
Practice- Practice general guidelines before, during, and after collection of samples.
Module 6: Update patient records.
Practice- Maintain patient records.
Module 7: Follow all safety and infection control procedures.
Practice: Followed some general guidelines for safety and infection control procedures.
Module 8: Collate and communicate health information.
Practice: Collating and communicating health information to individuals, their families, or significant others in response to queries or as part of health promotion and giving advice.
Module 9: Ensure availability of medical and diagnostic supplies.
Practice: Practice the safety of equipment used for diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.
Module 10: Act within the limits of one`s competence and authority.
Practice: Act within the limits of one`s competence and authority.
Module 11: Work effectively with others.
Module 12: Manage work to meet requirements.
Practice: Planning and organizing the work in order to complete it on time.
Module 13: Maintain a safe, healthy, and secure working environment.
Practice: Maintain a safe, healthy, and secure working environment.
Module 14: Learning about colour code conduction while performing phlebotomy.
Practice: Practice code of conduct while performing duties.
Module 15: Follow biomedical waste disposal protocols.
Practice: To gain an understanding of the importance of proper and safe disposal of bio-medical waste & treatment, To gain an understanding of categories of bio-medical waste, To learn about the disposal of bio-medical waste – colour coding, types of containers, transportation of waste, etc.
Module 16: Monitor and assure quality.
Practice: Monitor and assure quality
Project: (At least any anyone)
The Complete Textbook of Phlebotomy, Lynn B Hoeltke
Phlebotomy Technician TextBook: Theory & Practical Fundamentals, Edu Opret
Phlebotomy 4th Edition Worktext and Procedure Manual, Robin Warekois Richard Robinson
Phlebotomy Essentials: Textbook by Cathee M Tankersley and Ruth McCall
Topic: Introduction to Phlebotomy Technology
Topic: Interpretation of laboratory request forms before proceeding for sample collection & Learn general guidelines before, during, and after collection of samples.
Topic: Select a suitable site for venipuncture and capillary puncture.
Video of Venous Blood Collection: http://courseware.cutm.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/collection-of-Blood-sample-2.mp4
Topic: Select a suitable site for capillary puncture.
Video of Capillary Blood Collection: https://spark.adobe.com/video/p0wRXwj1EfwVl
Topic: Prepare and label the blood samples for test, procedure, and identification purposes.
Topic: Proper Handling and transportation of blood samples to the clinical lab.
Topic: Maintain patient records
Topic: Learn some general guidelines for safety and infection control procedures
Topic: Collecting and communicating health information to individuals, their families, or significant others in response to queries or as part of health promotion and giving advice.
Topic: Practice the safety of equipment used for diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.
Topic: Learn about types of equipment used in phlebotomy
Topic: Types of Sample, Collection, Transportation & handling
Topic: Learning about Safety Precautions & Maintaining a safe , healthy and secure working environment
Topic: code conduction while performing Phlebotomy
Slide share: https://www.slideshare.net/JananiMathialagan1/blood-collection-and-anticoagulants
Topic: Biomedical Waste Management
Topic: Practice Biomedical Waste Management
Susmita Chakrabarty is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the School of Paramedics and Allied Health Sciences at Centurion University of Technology and Management. Her specialization area includes the field of Medical Laboratory Sciences. At CUTM, she is engaged in teaching subjects like Hematology, Histology, Instrumentation and Technique, Analytical Biochemistry & Clinical Biochemistry, etc. […]