Phlebotomy with NAHT

Phlebotomy with NAHT

This review is offered to prepare for the NAHT National Board Exam.

DURATION:
Preparation for Board

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    Preparation in Phlebotomy

    Do you want to receive your certification in phlebotomy? Can’t get a job due to lack of certification? National Association of Healthcare Technicians offers you a preparation to prepare and take the exam.

    $370

    Exam, Book & Review Included 

    Objective

    The preparation lasts for five days. Classes are offered for one week or five Saturdays. The exam consists of two parts:

    Theoretical: The theoretical part consists of 90 questions covering six main categories of the phlebotomy branch. Each examinee has 120 minutes (2 hours) to complete the exam.

    Practical: In the practical part, the candidate has 15 minutes to perform a venipuncture. The practical exam will be evaluated by a qualified healthcare professional.

    The candidate must pass both parts to receive their certification.

    The NAHT certification is valid for 1 year and must be renewed before the expiration date. Renewals must be accompanied by hours of continuing education on health-related topics.

    5 Day Preparation:

    DAY 1

    Introduction to Phlebotomy:
    Definition of Phlebotomy and your responsibilities as a phlebotomist. Rights and duties of the patient. Identification of each section of the laboratory. Study of the circulatory and lymphatic system.

    DAY 2

    HIV and safety in Phlebotomy:
    Rules of protection and safety to the patient. Principles and procedures for infection control. Hand washing technique. Universal precautions. OSHA regulations.

    DAY 3

    Phlebotomy techniques:
    Venipuncture and capillary puncture techniques. Most common sites for extraction. Procedures and practices. Transmission of pathogens through the blood.

    DAY 4

    Consideration of specimen and special procedures:
    Collection and handling of the sample. Glucose tolerance test and other special studies.

    DAY 5

    Exam:
    The exam is divided into two parts, a written part via computer and a practical part examined by a health professional.