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1- blood enters the heart 1st order of draw 2- goes to 3- from there to 4 Functions of the Blood

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ABG (Arterial Blood Gas)

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All blood cells originate from All specimens should be handled with caution, as if they were contaminated with a blood bourne pathogen. an embolism is Any object that can harbor infections agents and/or transmit infection. Aortic valve Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) sample must be run within Arterial blood is used to determine Aseptic

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a clot that moves inside the vessel it is referred to as an embolus Fomites

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