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Red
Flammability
Blue
Health Hazard
Yellow
Reactivity
White
Specific hazard
Yellow tubes inside
SPS additive
Yellow tubes draw
Does not matter the draw amount
Red tubes add
Clot activator/ No anticoag like the others
Red tubes draw how much?
Enough to run the test
Lt blue add?
Sodium citrate/ coag
Lt blue draw?
90% full. nearly full
Green add?
Heparin/ chemistry
Green draw?
3/4 full
Lavendar add?
ADTA/ hematology
Lavendar draw?
3/4 full
Gray add?
Potassium oxalate/ fluoride/ glucose
Royal blue add?
Sodium/ Heparin
Royal blue draw?
1/2 full
Proper drawing of tubes?
Yellow Sterile (Stop)
Red (Red)
Lt blue (light)
SST (Stay)
Green (Green)
Lavendar (Light)
Gray (Go)
Clinical chemistry studies?
Serum, plasma, body fluids, urine
Hematology studies?
Blood (WBCs, RBCs)
Urinalisys studies?
Characteristics of urine pee pee
Blood bank studies?
Determines blood typing
Microbiology studies?
Microorganisms in wounds
HLA studies?
Histocompatibility
Flow cytometry studies?
Counting and identifying cells
Cytogenetics studies?
Chromosomes
Molecular Diagnostics studies?
FISH
Coagulation studies?
Blood clotting and disorders
Lab Administrator degree
Master's
Most accurate pipette
Volumettric pipette
Use for measuring vlumes over 1 mil
Volumetric pipette
Use for viscous fluids and whole blood
Otwald
Frosted band
Blow out
TD
To deliver=blow out
TC
To contain=drain and rinse
Most accurate for measuring large quantities
Volumetric flask
Most widely used pipette less than or equal to a mL
Micropipette
Reflection
Light strikes and surface and a line perpendicular to the surface and reflects back
Refraction
Bending of light when it strikes an medium of any angle
Diffraction
Controls resolution. Rays are diffracted more when passing through air which is why we use oil
Relative Centrifugal Force (RCF)
The RPM plus the force generated, then calculate the radius of the centrifuge and the rpms
Top speed of RCF
3000rmp
Top force of RCF
1700g