What is the order of draw for blood testing?

Order of draw is the tube sequence a phlebotomist needs to follow while collecting blood. Please follow the following order of draw:

1) RED TOP or SST: Serum tubes, include Red top tubes (no preservative) with clot activator and SST (gold top) gel separator tubes with clot activator. Used for serum determinations including chemistry testing, serology, and therapeutic drug monitoring.

2) LAVENDER TOP or EDTA TUBES: EDTA tubes: includes Lavender top, Pink top (used for blood bank testing), Tan top (used for lead testing), and Royal Blue top with EDTA (used for trace metal whole blood).

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