The Complete Textbook of Phlebotomy / Edition 4

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Overview


With a strong emphasis on hands-on learning, this highly practical text helps students develop the phlebotomy related knowledge and skills they need to become confident, competent health care professionals. The text provides detailed content reflective of the latest practice standards and competencies of the phlebotomy profession in a way that connects it to actual practice. Step-by-step guidelines for more than 20 collection procedures are provided along with real-life scenarios and prompts that emphasize the phlebotomist's legal and ethical role in decisions related to patient care. Full color photographs highlight important steps in each procedure along with proper equipment, while illustrations depict the components of anatomy critical to proper phlebotomy technique. The text continues to present complex material in an engaging, concise, and reader-friendly way. THE COMPLETE TEXTBOOK OF PHLEBOTOMY remains the perfect choice to prepare students for success as a multi-skilled health care professional.

This book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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A very complete text on Phlebotomy that goes well beyond technique, patient interaction and care, but also covers in depth hospital organization, laboratory operations, safety and regulatory issues, compliance, legal and ethical concerns, and all other aspects of the entire health care delivery system. This text could find a wide audience not only for phlebotomists, but also for nursing, pre-med, physician assistants, biology, and exercise science students. Laboratory Mangers would especially appreciate the sections on regulatory bodies, competencies and compliance.Dr. C. Thomas Somma, MT(ASCP)SC, Associate Professor, Old Dominion University, School of Medical Laboratory and Radiation Sciences, Norfolk, VA
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A thorough treatment of the concepts and skills needed to perform phlebotomy in an efficient and risk-free fashion. Features include step-by-step procedures and coverage of legal issues and customer service skills. Each chapter also includes objectives, key terms, and review questions. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
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Reviewer: Valerie L. Ng, PhD MD(Alameda County Medical Center/Highland Hospital)
Description: This is the third edition of a comprehensive textbook of phlebotomy.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide phlebotomy students with a concise, clear tool for learning hands-on phlebotomy. This is a worthy goal and the author has succeeded admirably in meeting this stated purpose.
Audience: This book would be useful to anyone performing phlebotomy — physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, etc. While originally aimed at phlebotomy students, this updated edition would also be useful to practicing phlebotomists who desire to update their skills and knowledge.
Features: This deceptively small paperback book contains a wealth of information on phlebotomy. Notable is the conciseness and clarity of information that is accompanied by numerous illustrations and photographs of good phlebotomy practice. This book truly exemplifies the adage "a picture is worth a thousand words." A look at the pictures alone and would give readers a pretty good grasp of phlebotomy principles and practice. Each chapter follows a standardized format: learning objectives, NACCLS competencies, key words, text, quiz, and references. The inclusion of relevant NACCLS phlebotomy competencies for each chapter is new to this edition, and is a nice feature that allows readers to self-test for national accreditation exams. A new chapter covers specimen collection and handling, very apropos given the multiple responsibilities of many phlebotomists today. The chapters on professional attitude and grooming should be required reading for anyone in healthcare. A companion instructor's guide is available on a CD, containing PowerPoint presentations aligned with the book. Although this was not included with the book for review, it would seem, based on the excellence of this book, to be a very helpful tool for phlebotomy instructors. One very minor annoyance is the inclusion of the bleeding time procedure — does anyone do this test anymore? (I thought its clinical utility was formally debunked in the early 1990s.)
Assessment: This is a great concise phlebotomy textbook. Get it.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780840022998
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/15/2012
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 548,875
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Lynn B. Hoeltke, M.B.A., M.T.(A.S.C.P.), P.B.T, D.L.M., works for a leading joint venture laboratory in the Midwest. In addition to more than 30 years' experience in various laboratory leadership roles, Mr. Hoeltke teaches on the technical college level, has developed and taught a nursing-based program for a hospital, and has taught phlebotomy as a career development program for entry level laboratory positions. He also serves as phlebotomy advisor with VuStik corporation to develop infrared imaging as a tool to find veins for venipuncture, and he has consulted with several nursing homes and laboratories in teaching phlebotomy techniques to their staff. He has published several magazine articles, has been a contributing textbook author for Comprehensive Medical Assisting, and is the author of multiple phlebotomy texts, including The Clinical Laboratory Manual Series: Phlebotomy, and Phlebotomy: Procedures and Practice by Delmar, Cengage Learning.
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Table of Contents


Preface. 1. Introduction to Phlebotomy. 2. Safety in Phlebotomy. 3. Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology. 4. Anatomy and Physiology of the Circulatory System. 5. Phlebotomy Equipment. 6. Phlebotomy Technique. 7. The Challenge of Phlebotomy. 8. Caring for the Pediatric Patient. 9. Sample Considerations and Special Procedures. 10. Sample Preparation and Handling. 11. Customer Service. 12. Legal and ethical issues. 13. Competency. Appendix A NAACLS Phlebotomist Competencies. Appendix B Phlebotomy Competency Assessments. Appendix C Frequently Ordered Laboratory Tests. Appendix D Blood Volume and Maximum Draw. Appendix E Answers to Review Questions. Glossary. Index.
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