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Phlebotomy Terminology Cheat Sheet
Phlebotomy Terminology List Below is a list of the most commonly used phlebotomy terminology and their definitions in alphabetical order. And, while it’s a great reference guide for students and medical professionals alike, it’s a lot more than just that!
For those of you who don't remember your Latin roots, here are some common medical prefixes and postfixes. Designed for doctors/nurses in training, but since many of us have to make our own medical decisions, it could be useful for anyone. (scheduled via
Prefix and Suffixes are useful fro understanding the nature of the word without ever having had seen it before. You can know the area that needs treatment or the type of problem the patient may be facing.
Remember: NCLEX will never give you a value that is too close to the normal value. For example: NCLEX will not give you a sodium level of 134 and ask you to definitely say the patient has hyponatremia. The value will more likely be 130 or less.