Question: In Order To Avoid Cross Contamination On The Urine Strip, The MA Must: A. Read The Reactions At The Proper Time. B. Blot The Strip After It Has Been Dipped Into The Urine. C. Never Dip The Urine Strip Directly Into The Collection Container. D. Never Leave The Strip In The Urine For An Excessive Amount Of Time. The Proper Procedure For Collecting A 24-hour …

Question: In Order To Avoid Cross Contamination On The Urine Strip, The MA Must: A. Read The Reactions At The Proper Time. B. Blot The Strip After It Has Been Dipped Into The Urine. C. Never Dip The Urine Strip Directly Into The Collection Container. D. Never Leave The Strip In The Urine For An Excessive Amount Of Time. The Proper Procedure For Collecting A 24-hour …

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In order to avoid cross contamination on the urine strip, the MA must: A. read the reactions at the proper time. B. blot the
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The proper procedure for collecting a 24-hour urine includes all of the following except: A. keeping the specimen refrigerate
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Ketones can be found in urine under the following conditions: A. starvation diets B. severe dehydration. C, diabetic ketoacid
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2 points Which of the following statements regarding testing of UTIs is true? A. Perform a urine culture only if both the leu
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When preparing a urine for microscopic ecamination: A. centrifuge the urine, pour off the sediment, and save the supernatent.
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Which of the following is the most critical step of blood culture collection? A. Adequately filling both media bottles. B. An
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The unique aspect of collecting a urinalysis from a catheter is: A. all specimens are set up for culture as this is a sterile

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In order to avoid cross contamination on the urine strip, the MA must: A. read the reactions at the proper time. B. blot the strip after it has been dipped into the urine. C. never dip the urine strip directly into the collection container. D. never leave the strip in the urine for an excessive amount of time. The proper procedure for collecting a 24-hour urine includes all of the following except: A. keeping the specimen refrigerated. B. on day 1, record the date and time you begin the collection, and add this specimen to the container C. collect all urine voided during the day, evening, and night of the 24 hour period. D. on day 2, empty your bladder at the time you began the collection, and add this to the container. Ketones can be found in urine under the following conditions: A. starvation diets B. severe dehydration. C, diabetic ketoacidosis. D. all of the above. 2 points Which of the following statements regarding testing of UTIs is true? A. Perform a urine culture only if both the leukocyte esterase and nitrite tests are positive. B. Every patient with a UTI will have a positive leukocyte esterase. c. Patients with a negative leukocyte esterase can have a UTI. D. Streptococcus is the most common cause of UTIS. When preparing a urine for microscopic ecamination: A. centrifuge the urine, pour off the sediment, and save the supernatent. B. centrifuge the urine, pour off the supernatant, and save the sediment. C. pour off some of the urine and pipet a small amount onto a slide. D. mix the urine well and pipet a small amount onto a slide. Which of the following is the most critical step of blood culture collection? A. Adequately filling both media bottles. B. Antisepsis of the collection site. C. Selecting the collection site. D. Timing of the second set of blood cultures. The unique aspect of collecting a urinalysis from a catheter is: A. all specimens are set up for culture as this is a sterile collection process. B. the specimen is set up for culture only if bacteria are seen during the microscopic examination. C no urines collected from catheters are cultured since this is an aseptic collection process D. the sample must be tested within 15 minutes of collection,