venipuncture

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venipuncture

[′ven·ə‚pəŋk·chər]
(medicine)
A surgical puncture of a vein, such as for withdrawing blood or injecting medication.
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4th Dep't 2009) (characterizing a DWI blood draw as an "evidence gathering activity").
2) Other studies have reported rates of 13% to 32%, (5,6) which are similar to this study and suggest inherent issues in a rapid blood draw.
Additionally invasive measures such as serial blood draws were deemed an unnecessary risk to the patient for the purposes of a pilot study.
4th DCA 2003), the appellate court affirmed the trial court's ruling on the motion to suppress and held the police officer lacked authority to conduct a forced blood draw under [section] 316.
Research conducted by Velano Vascular suggests that one out of every three of the 36 million Americans hospitalized every year receives two or more blood draws daily, with a significant subset of these inpatients receiving as many as three blood draws or greater - with additional needle sticks typically required to access a vein.
They have focused primarily on developmental outcomes such as attention, academic achievement, and cognition, and have used maternal blood draws or postnatal measures in a variety of biologic media (Pocock et al.
Kind, minimally invasive collection has the potential to benefit everyone, including oncology, pediatric and geriatric patient populations that require frequent blood draws.
Within 48 hours of the call, MedicExams will phone to schedule an appointment for the blood draw at a time and place that is convenient for the customer.
Until now, doctors prescribing the test and patients wishing to take the BT Test were limited to our central Phoenix laboratory, Provista Diagnostics, for their blood draws.
If a blood draw takes place in the future, Iggbo's exclusive Glidepath process increases compliance with timed appointment reminders to the patient via email, text and a friendly telephone call for every appointment.
Tenderfoot([R]), the first incision device developed for heel-stick blood draws from infants and children, is celebrating two decades of proven clinical use.
Velano Vascular's proprietary device reduces the need for needle sticks (clinically known as venipunctures) for blood draws in the hospital.