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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ewingii, we used a nested polymerase chain (PCR) assay to survey for the presence of DNA of these organisms in blood samples from 21 free-ranging coyotes from central and northcentral Oklahoma.
To use, simply twist off the protective cover, place the device against the patient's sample site and press the colored button to retrieve the blood sample.
At the police station, he refused three times to hold out his arm so a doctor could take a blood sample from it.
Shekhar along with his mother would now head to Dehradun to be present at the time of collection of Tiwari's blood sample.
Sehrawat's blood sample was taken in the presence of special investigation team ( SIT) members, Suraj's lawyer and the magistrate appointed for the case.
This is especially true when collecting blood samples from patients with difficult venous access (DVA), where the blood flow is compromised due to low pressure or narrow vessel diameter, making it difficult or impossible to collect a sufficient blood sample.
A blood sample was collected from the patient on December 7; anticoagulation was accomplished with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for repeated biochemistry analysis and complete blood count.
Next, they pumped each blood sample from the Philadelphia medical students into a separate rat's arterial tube and collected the liquid as it came out of the cancerous human tissue.
The optimized protocol for PRP preparation has the following steps: (a) determination of PLT and leukocyte counts on an automated hematology analyzer (CellDyn 3700; Abbott); (b) centrifugation of the blood sample for 20 min at 1008; (c) filtration of the upper nine-tenths of the PRP through Purecell PL leukocyte removal filters (Pall); (d) washing of the filter with 3 mL of Tyrode's HEPES buffer and gentle blow out of residual liquid; (e) determination of PLT counts on an automated hematology analyzer and of leukocyte counts by manual cell counting on a light microscope.
On Saturday, Alhambra resident Nick Supapisal, 28, was squeamish about giving a blood sample that will test if his bone marrow is compatible with Piya's.
The Claros device will enable the physician to quantitatively analyze a blood sample in the office, allowing completion of the examination within the timeframe of the visit.
1 episode: for the detection of antibodies cattle enzootic bovine leukemia virus (BLV) and against other species in the blood sample and bovine milk samples by ELISA test;