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Do you aspire to be a great lab technician? Do you know about the basics of the medical laboratory? Try these medical laboratory trivia quiz questions and assess yourself. Take the quiz and find out.

    1. What does Hematocrit measure?

    Oxygen carrying pigment in bloodMeasure of the WBC in total blood volumeMeasure of the percentage of RBC in total blood volume (cell volume)Concentration

    2. Which of the following lab tests would be ordered to diagnose anaemia?

    Glucose testCholesterolCBCBUN

    3. What normal value goes w/ electrolyte K+

    3.5-5.0mEq/L9.0-10.5mg/dl136-145 mEq/L98-106 mEq/L

    4. Which of the following might show deviations (abnormalities) from normal lab reference ranges?

    An elderly client with renal insufficiencyA client with a peripherally drawn labSpecimens sent to the lab utilizing standard precautionsBlood speciments sent to the lab immediately following drawing

    5. What body system relates to Urinalysis test?

    Renal system primarilyHepatic system primarilyIntegumentary system primarilyAll of the aboveCirculatory system primarily

    6. What body system relates to CBC test?

    Hematologic (circulatory system)Metabolic system primarilyRenal system primarilyHepatic system primarilyCirculatory system primarily

    7. What body system would a glucose test be done for

    Primarily renal systemPrimarily metabolic systemPrimarily hepatic systemPrimarily genitourinary

    8. What are normal lab values for RBC

    5-18g/dLMale 12-16 g/dl Female 14-18 g/dLMale 4.7-6.1 m/pl Female 4.2-5.4M/OMale 37-47% Female 42-52%

    9. What does Quality mean at PBL (regulated environment)?

    An objective definition that means meet requirementsA subjective definition that means to meet or exceed expectationsBoth A and BNeither A nor B

    10. Records are created:

    By Planning Documents (Protocols and SOPs)By Checking DocumentsBy Improvement DocumentsAll of the above

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