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whole blood requires

anticogulated specimen

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plasma requires

anti coagulated specimen

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serum required

clotted specimen

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routine means

to be done that day

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stat means

to be done within an hour

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trauma mean

do it now!

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what is required if data entry happens before specimen collection

electronic receipt

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do you centrifuge whole blood

never

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fixed angle rotor

spin tubes at fixed angles

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swing out rotor

centrifuge buckets are loaded in vertical position. centrifuge starts bucket swing out from centre. specimen swung in horizontal plane

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Components of LIS

hardware, software, middle ware

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name hardware components

servers, printers, workstations with hard drivers, keyboard etc

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name software components

OS, programs, applications

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named middleware components

interfaces, data translation and interpretation btw systems

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example of bidirectional interface

HIS and LIS

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example of unidirectional interface

LIS and analysers

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3 pre analytical functions of LIS

data entry, specimen receipt, storage conditions

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3 post analytical fn of list

test results, audit trails, statistics

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LIS vs HIS

clinical laboratory computer system vs hospital billing admission discharge and transfer

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ADT function

admission discharge and transfer. patient demographics

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benefits of LIS

increase efficiency
direct data transfer btwn lab and patient records
error reductions
inventory control

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define confidentiality

legal agreement that all info relating to patient will be a secret unless given consent to disclose info to other

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define privacy

being free from disturbance in one's life

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what does FOIPOP stand for

freedom of info and protection of privacy act

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what does PIPEDA stand for

personal info protection and electronic documents acts