Sample versus Specimen

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● Sample versus Specimen
● Sample Management
● Test Requisition Lab Requisition form
● Collection Requirements
● Provide sample
collection information
● Sample Labeling
● Outcomes of Improper Collection
● SAMPLES REJECTION CRITERIA
● Actions for Rejected Samples
● Sample Register or Log
● Sample Handling
● Sample Storage
● Sample Retention
● Sample Disposal
● Sample Transport
● Managing Sample Transport
● Summary
● Key Messages

نوع زبان: انگلیسی حجم: 4.07 مگا بایت
نوع فایل: اسلاید پاورپوینت تعداد اسلایدها: 25 صفحه
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گروه موضوعی: زمان استخراج مطلب: 2019/06/16 12:11:11

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sample, ., laboratory, test, collection, patient, information, request, require, form, container, need,

توجه: این مطلب در تاریخ 2019/06/16 12:11:11 به صورت خودکار از فضای وب آشکار توسط موتور جستجوی پاورپوینت جمع آوری شده است و در صورت اعلام عدم رضایت تهیه کننده ی آن، طبق قوانین سایت از روی وب گاه حذف خواهد شد. این مطلب از وب سایت زیر استخراج شده است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی است.

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عبارات پرتکرار و مهم در این اسلاید عبارتند از: sample, ., laboratory, test, collection, patient, information, request, require, form, container, need,

مشاهده محتوای متنیِ این اسلاید ppt

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this teaching material has been made freely available by the kemri wellcome trust kilifi kenya . you can freely download adapt and distribute this presentation under the conditions that the global health laboratories and the global health network are referenced the work is not used for commercial purposes and any altered forms of this document are distributed freely under the same conditions. www.globalhealthlaboratories.org laboratory sample management kemri wellcome trust research programme the result of any laboratory examination is only as good as the sample received in the laboratory the quality of the work a laboratory produces is only as good as the quality of the samples it uses for testing. the laboratory should ensure that the samples it receives meet all of the requirements needed to produce accurate test results. importance of good sample management proper management of samples is critical to the accuracy and reliability of testing and therefore to the confidence in laboratory diagnosis. laboratory results influence therapeutic decisions and can have significant impact on patient care and outcomes. it is important to provide accurate laboratory results in order to assure good treatment. sample versus specimen in general a sample is a small portion which is a true representative of the larger portion of a material or body. a laboratory specimen is a sample of a medical patient s tissue fluid or other material derived from the patient used for laboratory analysis examination or study a urine specimen a tissue specimen. sample management sample collection sample labeling and documentation sample transport sample referral sample storage sample disposal sample management entails the following information needed on requisitions or forms handling urgent requests collection labeling preservation and transport safety practices leaking or broken containers contaminated forms other biohazards processing and tracking samples storage retention and disposal. define a good labeling system assess all samples pre examination provide sample collection information what when how the laboratory’s responsibilities provide appropriate containers and supplies laboratory is responsible for the following collection of appropriate and adequate samples provide sample collection information to health care personnel at the collection site making sure that appropriate containers and collection supplies are available and define a good labeling system define a sample acceptance and rejection criteria checking all samples carefully when they arrive in the laboratory. provide laboratory request form test requisition lab requisition form patient id tests requested time and date of sample collection source of sample when appropriate clinical data where indicated contact information of requesting physician or authorized individual the laboratory must make available a laboratory request form that specifies all the information that will be needed for proper handling and reporting. essential information for the test request form includes patient identification tests requested time and date of the sample collection source of the sample when appropriate clinical data when indicated contact information for the health care provider requesting the test. collection requirements patient preparation patient identification type of sample required type of container needed labeling special handling safety precautions sample collection and preservation will vary depending on the test and the type of sample to be collected. the laboratory must carefully define a sample collection process for all tests it performs. the following should be considered when preparing instructions patient preparation—some tests require that the patient be fasting. there may also be special timing issues for tests such as blood glucose drug levels and hormone tests. patient identification—the person collecting the sample must accurately identify the patient. this might be done by questioning the patient by questioning an accompanying family member or by the use of an identifying wrist band or other device. type of sample required—blood tests might require serum plasma or whole blood. other tests might require urine or saliva. microbiology testing deals with a variety of sample types so specific information as to what is required for the test is needed. type of container—the container for the sample is often very important as it will affect volume and any needed additives such as anti coagulants and preservatives. if the container does not control volume for example as with vacutainer® tubes this will need to be clearly specified. some microbiology samples will require specific transport media to preserve microorganisms. sample labeling—all requirements for labeling of the sample at the time of collection will need to be explained in detail in the instructions for collection. special handling—some samples may require special handling such as immediate refrigeration protection from light or prompt delivery to the laboratory. any important safety precautions should be explained. provide sample collection information sample labeling each sample should be labeled with patient’s name patient’s unique id number test ordered time and date of collection collector’s initials use computer generated bar codes when possible each sample should be clearly labeled with the patient’s first and last name a unique identification number – this might be a hospital number or a number assigned by the laboratory the test that has been requested the time and date of collection the initials of the person collecting the sample. outcomes of improper collection delays in reporting test results unnecessary re draws re tests decreased customer satisfaction increased costs incorrect diagnosis treatment injury death spilled urine sample a cause for rejection labeled samples completed requisitions samples rejection criteria unlabeled sample broken or leaking tube container insufficient patient information sample label and patient name on the test request form do not match haemolyzed sample depending on the test the laboratory should establish rejection criteria and follow them closely. it is the responsibility of the laboratory to enforce its policies on sample rejection so that patient care is not compromised. management should regularly review the number of rejected samples and reasons for rejections conduct training on sample collection and revise written procedures for sample management as needed. samples rejection criteria non …

کلمات کلیدی پرکاربرد در این اسلاید پاورپوینت: sample, ., laboratory, test, collection, patient, information, request, require, form, container, need,

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