Elizabeth

1210 E Grand St

Elizabeth,NJ 07201

 

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Students from the below locations come to us,

Elizabeth, Jersey City, Harrison, Clifton, Paterson, Linden, Union City, New York, Manhattan, North Arlington, Essex County, Passaic County, Bergen County, Union County, Rahway, Edison, Iselin, Plainfield, Grove street, Newport, Bayonne, Camden, Bloomfield,Hackensack,Paramus,

Teaneck,Hoboken,Fairlawn,

Garfield,Fort Lee, Teaneck,

Phone

844-535-3381

 

Office Hours

 

Mon-Friday 9:00-5:00

 

School Hours

Mon-Thru 9:00-6:00 

Sat-Sunday :Open (Appointment)

 

CCPT Certified Clinical Phlebotomy Technician

 

COURSE PREREQUISITE(S):        High School Diploma , GED , Entrance Test              

PROGRAM DURATION:                                            2-4 weeks                             

Eligible National Certification Exam:         Certified Phlebotomy Technician

COURSE OUTLINE :

The goal of this course is to advance the knowledge of the student through the information offered in the 10 lessons.

The topics are:

 

1.) Introduction to phlebotomy

 

This lesson introduces the student to the actual definition of phlebotomy. You will learn what a phlebotomist does and the qualities needed to be a good phlebotomist. Learn the importance of customer service skills and medical terminology commonly used in the field of collecting blood specimens.

 

2.) Adult venipuncture

 

Learn the procedures required to perform an adult venipuncture. Learn the importance of properly identifying a patient, how to verifying test requirements, how to choose a good venipuncture site, tricks of the trade in locating hard to find veins, sites to avoid when performing a venipuncture, order of draw and much more.

 

3.) Venipuncture and children

 

Learn the importance of good communication, proper holding and venipuncture techniques, the criteria for blood sample rejection and how to avoid it,what hemoconctration is and much more.

 

4.) Skin punctures on babies

 

Learn the age under which a venipuncture should be avoided, where to perform a heel stick and the danger of choosing the wrong spot, composition of skin puncture blood, things that can go wrong with a specimen how to avoid hemolysis and much more.

 

5.) The finger stick

 

This lesson discusses the advantages and disadvantages of a finger skin puncture, why hemolysis is more likely, who are good candidates for a finger stick, how to collect an optimal sample, order of draw for micro collection and much more.

 

6.) Arterial blood gasses

 

This lesson discusses who should perform an arterial puncture, composition of arterial blood, hazards in collection, arteries available to draw from, the Allen test, procedures and much more.

 

7.) Special tests on babies

 

You will learn about capillary blood gasses, bilirubin, newborn screening and much more.

 

8.) Special tests on adults and children

 

This lesson discusses blood cultures, the two-hour postprandial, the glucose tolerance test and point of care testing.

 

9.) Types of isolation

 

You will learn about infection control, types of isolation, standard precautions, transmission based precautions, protective or reverse isolation, proper hand washing procedures and blood collection procedures in isolation rooms.

 

10.) Legal issues, safety precautions and OSHA.

 

This lesson discusses possible patient reactions, procedure for accidental needle sticks or exposure, OSHA standards, Material Data Safety Sheets, hazard identification, chemical and radiation exposure, waste disposal, safety guidelines and much more.

 

NOTE FOR STUDENTS :-AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM, THE STUDENT WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO SIT FOR AMERICAN  EDUCATION CERTIFICATION ASSOCIATION (AECA) CERTIFICATION EXAM.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     





 



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