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Lynn B. Hoeltke, M.B.A., M.L.S. (A.S.C.P.), P.B.T, D.L.M., most recently worked for a leading hospital laboratory in the Midwest. In addition to more than 40 years of experience in various laboratory leadership roles, Mr. Hoeltke has taught on the technical college level, developed and taught a nursing-based program for a hospital, including a phlebotomy video series for nurse training, and taught phlebotomy as a career development program for entry-level laboratory positions. He also has served as a phlebotomy advisor with corporations to develop infrared imaging as a tool to find veins for venipuncture, and he has consulted with several nursing homes and laboratories in teaching phlebotomy techniques to their staff. Mr. Hoeltke has published several magazine articles, has been a contributing textbook author for COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL ASSISTING, and is the author of multiple phlebotomy texts, including THE CLINICAL LABORATORY MANUAL SERIES: PHLEBOTOMY and PHLEBOTOMY: PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE by Delmar, Cengage Learning. He has also assisted in a Phlebotomy Skills Video Review production based on the procedures in his textbook.
With a strong emphasis on practical hands-on learning, Hoeltke's THE COMPLETE TEXTBOOK OF PHLEBOTOMY, Sixth Edition has been fully updated to provide the critical skills and guidelines you need to be a successful health care professional. Organized in an easy-to-follow format, the material provides more than 20 clear, step-by-step procedures with related laboratory processes critical to building your knowledge, confidence and career success. THE COMPLETE TEXTBOOK OF PHLEBOTOMY covers the latest professional standards and competencies you need for certification. Real-world scenarios and prompts emphasize the phlebotomist's legal and ethical role in patient care decisions and thoughtfully connect complex concepts to the reality of today's health care environment.
Preface. 1. Introduction to Phlebotomy. 2. Infection Control 3. Safety Guidelines. 4. Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology. 5. Anatomy and Physiology of the Circulatory System. 6. Phlebotomy Equipment. 7. Phlebotomy Technique. 8. Patient Reactions and Phlebotomy Complications 9. Capillary Collection and Caring for the Pediatric Patient. 10. Blood Collection Special Procedures. 11. Nonblood Collection Special Procedures. 12. Sample Preparation and Handling. 13. Customer Service. 14. Legal and Ethical Issues. 15. Competency. Appendix A: NAACLS Phlebotomist Competencies. Appendix B: Frequently Ordered Laboratory Tests. Appendix C: Blood Volume and Maximum Draw. Appendix D: Just for Fun. Glossary. Bibliography.