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Phlebotomy Technician Career Prep (Voucher Included)
Course Code: MSM137
ACCESS LENGTH: 12 MONTHS
DELIVERY: ONLINE, MENTOR SUPPORTED
Upon completion of the course, the student will be prepared to take the AMCA Phlebotomy Technician certification exam. The cost of the course includes the cost of the AMCA Phlebotomy Technician certification exam.
This course will prepare the student to become a certified phlebotomy technician, who will work in a clinical laboratory environment and healthcare setting. Students will acquire understand the knowledge to work in clinical medical labs and pass the AMCA certification exam as a phlebotomy technician. The course will give the basic understanding of all CLIA guidelines for collecting and handling a variety of blood and tissues samples to process in-house or outside labs. Course focuses on topics of basic anatomy and medical terminology, infection control, and procedures necessary to appropriately collect laboratory specimens and communicate with patients, HIPPA and Legal Issues in the healthcare.
- Explain basic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system.
- Define “standard precautions” and apply its principles to all procedures.
- Practice the use of medical terminology relating to the circulatory system.
- List methods of client and specimen identification.
- Describe proper bedside manner and how to prepare the client for venipuncture collection.
- Identify locations on the human body appropriate for venipuncture collection.
- List the different colors used to code blood specimens and what they stand for.
- Outline post-puncture care of the client.
- List potential pre-analytical sources of specimen error.
- Explain the potential risks and complications of the venipuncture procedure.
- Describe the role of quality assurance in the practice of phlebotomy.
- Discuss the scope of practice of the Certified Phlebotomy Technician.
- Outline the process of application for State certification.
- Chapter 1: Phlebotomy and the Health-Care Delivery System
- Chapter 2: The Clinical Laboratory
- Chapter 3: Regulatory, Ethical, and Legal Issues
- Chapter 4: Safety and Infection Control
- Chapter 5: Basic Medical Terminology
- Chapter 6: Basic Anatomy and Physiology
- Chapter 7: Circulatory System
- Chapter 8: Venipuncture Equipment
- Chapter 9: Routine Venipuncture
- Chapter 10: Venipuncture Complications and Preexamination Variables
- Chapter 11: Special Blood Collection
- Chapter 12: Dermal Puncture
- Chapter 13: Quality Assessment and Management in Phlebotomy
- Chapter 14: Arterial Blood Collection
- Chapter 15: Point-of-Care Testing
- Chapter 16: Additional Duties of the Phlebotomist
All necessary materials are included.
Internet Connectivity Requirements:
- Cable and DSL internet connections are recommended for the best experience.
- CPU: 1 GHz or higher
- RAM: 2 GB or higher
- Resolution: 1280 x 720 or higher
- Speakers / Headphones
- Microphone (Webinar / Live Online sessions)
Operating System Requirements:
- Microsoft Windows 7 or 10 (Home, Pro)
- Mac OSX 10 or higher.
- Latest Chrome OS
- Latest Linux Distributions
NOTE: While we understand that our courses can be viewed on Android and iPhone devices, we do not recommend the use of these devices for our courses. The size of these devices do not provide a good learning environment for students taking online or live online based courses.
Web Browser Requirements:
- Latest Google Chrome is recommended for the best experience.
- Latest Mozilla FireFox
- Latest Microsoft Edge
- Latest Apple Safari
Basic Software Requirements (These are recommendations of software to use):
- Office suite software (Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, or LibreOffice)
- PDF reader program (Adobe Reader, FoxIt)
- Courses may require other software that is denoted in the above course outline.
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