phlebotomy


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phlebotomy

[flə′bäd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
The withdrawal of blood from a vein.
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Upon successful completion and meeting all course requirements, students of the Phlebotomy / EKG program will be issued a Diploma of Completion for Phlebotomy and will be eligible to take the National Health Career Association Certification for Phlebotomy Technician (CPT).
Thus, the deviations in phlebotomy technique observed were correctable and were successfully addressed by a combination of observation, retraining, and the use of potassium as a quality-of-service metric for phlebotomists.
Founded in 2008, within Flagship VentureLabs, 7SBio is developing and commercializing an array of products based on the company's proprietary Touch Activated Phlebotomy (TAP) painless blood collection platform, with an initial focus on enabling important diagnostic testing at the point of care by reducing the discomfort, anxiety and hassle of blood sample collection that can inhibit and sometimes prevent patients from undergoing blood tests and receiving appropriate care.
Founded in 2008, within Flagship VentureLabs(TM), Seventh Sense is developing an array of products based on the company's proprietary Touch Activated Phlebotomy (TAP(TM)) painless blood collection platform, with an initial focus on enabling important diagnostic testing at the point of care by reducing the discomfort, anxiety and hassle of blood sample collection.
4) Because other phlebotomy procedures have remained basically unchanged, the introduction of this policy provided us an opportunity to have insight into the effect of using butterfly needles on the incidence of nerve injury in phlebotomy.
RESULTS: Analysis of variance showed a statistically significant difference in the percentage of specimens rejected for centralized, hybrid, and decentralized phlebotomy configurations [F (2, 28) = 4.
In a statement they said: "Practice managers within Flagg Court would like to make patients aware that the withdrawal of the Phlebotomy service was beyond their control.
Patients admitted to our own intensive care unit were randomized using a sealed envelope technique to either a highly conservative phlebotomy group, or standardized controls.
Key words: iron storage disease, deferoxamine, phlebotomy, inositol, tannic acid, diet, avian, birds, European starling, Sturnus vulgaris
She is working on starting phlebotomy technician 1 and 2 and surgical technician courses.
During phlebotomy, a healthcare worker was splashed in the face with the traveler's blood.
To the Editor: The mainstay of treatment for patients with clinical haemochromatois is largely phlebotomy and much less attention is paid to the role of dietary iron restriction, although patients are usually advised not to eat too much red meat.