What liquid is used first to remove soap and then iodine in Method 1 (as described
in TM 8-227-3) to prepare the site for a venipuncture?
b. Ethyl alcohol.
After the skin has been prepared for venipuncture, DO NOT:
a. Cover site.
b. Touch site.
d. Perform venipuncture.
Why must the portion of tubing remaining attached to the bag be stripped into the
bag and then refilled after the tubing has been cut?
a. Avoid air bubbles.
b. Concentrate cells within the bag.
Assure even distribution of cells.
d. Avoid clotting the blood in the tubing.
Ordinarily, about how long after leaving the donor chair or bed may the donor
resume most normal, non-hazardous activities?
a. One day.
b. Half day.
d. Three days.