Florida Hospital Nurse Orientation Phlebotomy

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Florida Hospital Nurse Orientation Phlebotomy 
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This is a voiceover for a Nurse Orientation Training Video. We need this person to have a "nurse-like" voice. Caring and nurturing but also a peer who is knowledgeable on the subject. A voice that new nurses would trust. This will be fitting in with other videos that do not have voiceovers. 
2017-06-06 13:49:43 GMT
2017-06-15 09:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Flexible Price - USD 100 to USD 200
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
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2.5 MINUTES
English - USA and Canada
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Young Adult Female OR Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

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To start, let’s look at lab values, which provide key information regarding your patient’s status of improvement or decline, and are critical in determining the direction of the care. Therefore, be sure you’re using the correct process to collect lab samples, which will yield the most accurate values and results.

To protect the patient from a central line bloodstream infection we discourage the use of central lines for blood draws. Labs can only be drawn from a central line if there is a specific order to do so.

We have a saying to help you remember the appropriate order to draw lab tubes: “First, Bring Your Good Veins”

1st – Blood Cultures
Bring – Light Blue
Your – Yellow
Good – Green
Vein – Violet
Lastly Pink or Grey

Blood cultures are collected in blood culture bottles. For adults it is one blue and one purple per draw. Pediatrics use one yellow blood culture bottle per draw. Turn the bottle over prior to obtaining a sample to look at the sensor. The sensor on the bottom of the bottle should be a blue-green color. If it is yellow then the bottle is contaminated and it should be discarded.

Remove the metal tab from the top of the bottle. Clean the top of the bottle using one 70 percent alcohol swab and allow to air dry. Blood cultures can only be drawn from a central line if the blood culture order specifically states to do so. The needleless adaptor must also be changed if drawing from a central line.

Clean the site with a Florida Hospital approved cleanser per the policy and allow to air dry. There is NO waste when drawing a blood culture. Fill the blue bottle first with 8 to 10ml followed by the purple bottle with 8-10ml.
Once labs, sputum, urine and stool samples are collected they are sent to the lab for processing. Label the specimen appropriately with a barcode-scanning program. Scan the patient’s armband and print the labels when the collecting specimens at the bedside. During computer training you will learn how to complete this process and have an opportunity to see the equipment firsthand.

The lab has provided a few helpful suggestions while labeling to assist with faster processing:
First, put the label on straight, below the hemoguard cap
Be sure the name appears toward the top of the tube
You should have a clear window to see into the tube
Finally, fill tube to the appropriate fill line

And that is how we properly collect and prepare samples for the lab. Remember that proper labeling doesn’t have to stop at your lab samples. It can also keep your lunch from wandering off too. 
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