phlebotomy


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phlebotomy

[flə′bäd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
The withdrawal of blood from a vein.
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It is the philosophy of Phlebotomy Career Training's consortium of owners to provide the highest quality of education to students in the hopes providing the health care field work force with knowledgeable and competent employees.
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In addition to committing PS130,000 to the Phlebotomy Relocation Project, the charity expects to spend another PS50,000 in 2015 on equipment, not only to improve the patient experience, but also facilitate the expansion of services offered at St Cross and in the community service.
EMLA application was limited to children requiring needle puncture of intact skin for phlebotomy procedures.
After the period of retraining, phlebotomy staff had monthly meetings with supervisors where data regarding the mean potassium values and number of potassium values >5.
Touch Activated Phlebotomy (TAP) is a proprietary platform that draws capillary blood in a virtually painless, one- step process without having to access a vein.
Pupils from Alston Primary School, Bordesley Green, visited the paediatric phlebotomy department to show that a trip to hospital need not be frightening.
Pupils from Alston Primary School in Bordesley Green visited the paediatric phlebotomy department to show that a trip to hospital need not be frightening.
instructs students on the fundamentals of phlebotomy.
Limited research exists comparing Vacutainer[R] versus butterfly phlebotomy
ISLAMABAD -- An extensive Phlebotomy Course was organized at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences Islamabad.
April 1 is the filing deadline for applications and supporting documents in the AMT 2010 undergraduate/ graduate scholarship program and for grants to high school graduates pursuing medical technology, medical assisting, dental assisting, or phlebotomy studies.