BONE MARROW ASPIRATE/BIOPSY PROCEDURE NOTE


Andy Nguyen, M.D. / UT-Medical School at Houston, Pathology/ Last Revision on: 7/6/2011

 

 

 

Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy procedure

Hematopathology

Date/ Time:xxxx xx:xx

Indication: xxxx††

Referred by: xxxx, M.D.††

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- Time-out was called to confirm: patientís name and date of birth, procedure, side and site of biopsy, safety procedures followed.††

- Performed by: self.††

- Attending pathologist: xxx, M.D.††

- Other physicians present: xxxx, xxxx (Pathology resident)

- Informed consent: signed by patient.††

- Aspiration and biopsy site: [left][right] superior posterior iliac crest.

- Patient position: [prone] [right lateral decubitus][left lateral decubitus]

- Preparation and technique: sterile preparation of site with Betadyne, Chloraprep, draped to expose aspirate/biopsy area, local anesthesia with 1% lidocaine (approximately 10ml), frequent pressure application on incision to maintain hemostasis.††

- Tissue obtained: bone marrow aspirate and biopsy were successfully obtained in sterile manner.

- Toleration of procedure and any complications: slight localized bleeding (<1ml). Patient tolerated procedure well with minimal pain.