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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If the test was performed and revealed that there we're no significant differences in the CVC line and bloodline port mean INR values compared to venipuncture mean INR values, the researchers could have then concluded that there were no significant differences among INR values using the three methods.
Outcomes measured The outcome examined in the decision analysis was estimated cost to the Army, including the cost of serologic testing, venipuncture, vaccine dosage and administration, hospital and outpatient charges, and training costs per case.
Some of the diagrams and images in the text could be clearer, particularly those concerning avian venipuncture.
Phase I of this study compared drug levels obtained by venipuncture to levels obtained simultaneously from a CVAD.
Forty-one adult volunteers, staff members of the Departments of Clinical Chemistry and Pediatrics (median age, 40 years; range, 21-57 years), were asked for informed consent to give blood by both venipuncture and finger capillary puncture.
Given the concerns about our protocol and the lack of clear standards for INR sample procurement, the purpose of this research study was to explore the accuracy of INR values drawn from a heparinized CVC line and the arterial bloodline sample port compared to a venipuncture sample.
The newborns who had the venipuncture had lower NFCS scores.
Patients were always seated, or in a supine position if a previous reaction to venipuncture was indicated by the patient.
Vision will continue the VeinViewer tradition of helping clinicians improve venipuncture procedures and patient comfort, while the facilities in which they work receive the benefit of reduced costs, time and unnecessary procedures.
1999) compared methotrexate levels from venipuncture and those samples drawn from a CVC in pediatric leukemia patients.
Sample A was collected as the first specimen immediately after venipuncture of the median cubital or basilic vein of the left arm; sample B was collected directly after sample A; and sample C was collected as the first specimen after a second venipuncture of the median cubital or basilic vein of the right arm.
The device is ideally suited for clinical treatments and procedures including, but not limited to: IV insertions, PICC line insertions, routine venipuncture (blood sampling), blood and plasma donations and treatment for varicose and spider veins.