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Presented by: Jonna Bobeck BSN, RN, CEN Pullman Regional Hospital CNA Competency: Specimen Collection
Discuss collecting urine and sputum Describe documentation Objectives
Specimen Collection: Urine Includes towelettes 100ml container Graduated markings Translucent container Seal screw cap Cover Rim protector Located in all ED bathrooms and supply closet
Urine Collection Pediatric Considerations
Urine Collection From Indwelling Catheter
Specimen Collection: Sputum This sterile specimen cup is kept in all ED rooms, in the dirty utility, and in the back supply closet
Specimen Collection Documentation
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Presented by: Jonna Bobeck BSN, RN, CEN Pullman Regional Hospital CNA Competency: Pelvic Exam Setup and Assist.
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