Phlebotomy Princ and Pract (PHBT-110)
2013 Spring 
Location: Main Campus

Description: Phlebotomy covers the phlebotomist's role in health care; confidentiality and ethics; Patient's Bill or Rights; Quality Assurance; basic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system; safety; infection control; isolation techniques; OSHA standards; handling accidental needle stick exposures; phlebotomy equipment; phlebotomy technique, such as the routine venipuncture, dermal punctures, drawing difficult patients; specimen collection and handling techniques; compliance with accrediting agencies; customer service; patient identification prcedures; and competency in phlebotomy. In addition, the student will learn the theory of arterial punctures, but will only observe arterial draws in the clinical setting. American Society for Clincial Pathology has been widely recognized as the preeminent leader in the certification of medical laboratory professionals. After completion of this program that requires education, clinical training and experience you will be eligible to sit for the national exam. Upon completion of the exam with a passing score you will be known as a Phlebotomy Technician (PBT). Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED. Concurrent enrollment in PARM 111, MEDT 104 and PHBT 111. Completion of READ 088 with a grade of B or better. ACT reading score 16-36, COMPASS reading score of 68-99, ASSET reading score of 37-55, or KC Placement reading score 250-500.

Textbook information can be found here.
01/15/2013 - 05/17/2013 Main Campus C. Wagner
Lecture Time: 5:00PM - 9:00PM Days: T Seats: 2
01/19/2013 - 05/17/2013 Main Campus C. Wagner
Lab Time: 8:00AM - 2:30PM Days: S Seats: 2

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