Lab KAMP

These are the Labs You Should Know

LAB KAMP- The Blood Book

WBC Differential -Neutrophils

WBC Differential -Neutrophils

WBC Differential -Monocytes

WBC Differential -Monocytes

WBC Differential -Eosinophils

WBC Differential -Eosinophils

WBC Differential -Basophils

WBC Differential -Basophils

WBC Differential -Lymphocytes

WBC Differential -Lymphocytes

Hemoglobin VS Hematocrit

Hemoglobin VS Hematocrit

Clinical Lab Master Assessment of the Most LIkely

Clinical Lab Master Assessment of the Most LIkely

From my Clinical Nursing KAMP book the clinical you should know covering the most likely labs and complications

The Lab Sheet

The Lab Sheet

Arterial  Blood Gases ABG

Arterial Blood Gases ABG

Cardiac Labs Enzymes

Cardiac Labs Enzymes

Alkaline Phosphatase

Alkaline Phosphatase

Amylase Lipase Pancreas Labs

Amylase Lipase Pancreas Labs

AST ALT Liver Labs

AST ALT Liver Labs

Albumin 3.4-5.6

Albumin 3.4-5.6

Liver Endocrine Diagram

Liver Endocrine Diagram

Renal Diagram Assess Calcium Magnesium & Phosphorus

Renal Diagram Assess Calcium Magnesium & Phosphorus

Magnesium Acute Is Low

Magnesium Acute Is Low

Nursing Why: Because most patients admitted have low magnesium and that is Acute and should be replaced!

Calcium Acute is Low!

Calcium Acute is Low!

Calcium Calcium Up Phosphorus Down Calcium Down Phosphorus Up

Calcium Calcium Up Phosphorus Down Calcium Down Phosphorus Up

Calcium is important to many body functions, including: Bone formation Hormone release Muscle contraction Nerve and brain function

Magnesium Mg

Magnesium Mg

PT INR Coumadin Coagulation Labs

PT INR Coumadin Coagulation Labs

PT INR Coumadin Coagulation Labs

PT INR Coumadin Coagulation Labs

PTT Heparin Labs

PTT Heparin Labs

Platelets

Platelets

BMP Basic Metabolic Panel

BMP Basic Metabolic Panel

Also Called the Chemistry 7 Expect all of these labs to be drawn • Admission: To assess and establish baseline of the patient • Daily: in the morning- To monitor ongoing process and interventions • ACUTE: Whenever something is acute happening anticipate these labs being drawn

CBC Complete Blood Count

CBC Complete Blood Count

The CBC is usually drawn with the BMP also if there is a Question about Infection or Bleeding Anticipate This to be drawn on • Admission: To assess and establish baseline of the patient • Daily: in the morning- To monitor ongoing process and interventions • ACUTE: Whenever something is acute happening anticipate these labs being drawn

CBC Differential of the White Blood Cells

CBC Differential of the White Blood Cells

Hemoglobin

Hemoglobin

Hematocrit  35-50

Hematocrit 35-50

BMP Basic Metabolic Panel

BMP Basic Metabolic Panel

Potassium K 3.5-5.1

Potassium K 3.5-5.1

k Potassium Med Surg KAMP

k Potassium Med Surg KAMP

Sodium 135-145

Sodium 135-145

Sodium Med Surg KAMP

Sodium Med Surg KAMP

Chloride Co2

Chloride Co2

Chloride 95-105

Chloride 95-105

BUN Creatinine Renal Labs

BUN Creatinine Renal Labs

BUN Creatinine Renal Labs

BUN Creatinine Renal Labs

Glucose Hypoglycemia vs Hyperglycemia

Glucose Hypoglycemia vs Hyperglycemia

Glucose 60-`110

Glucose 60-`110

Finally Disclaimer: These StickEnotes are used as a resource and should not replace your Nursing Practice, you should always follow your facility procedures, nursing practice nursing standards, these techniques I teach are alternative critical thinking methods that may not be the same values, or symptoms of your patient, your hospital or your practice it is merely a general guide to guide your practice not replace, be safe, and consider all resources that are available.  Typos, poor penmanship “0ne eye syndrome” will be addressed in future editions, if you find something you don’t agree Don’t hesitate to email and correct me, I can take it. And remember always strive to be that nurse.  Not THAT NURSE!