Phlebotomy procedure when using a syringe is basically the same as the one outlined above except that blood is drawn by slowly pulling back on the syringe stopper rather than an evacuated vacutainer tube the process is also different when done on an infant or child because of the differences in the collection site and equipment that will be used. The practice of drawing blood from a vein or phlebotomy is essential for a variety of medical procedures and tests to diagnose a patient it is a proficiency that nurses should learn and phlebotomists should excel at a nurse well versed in phlebotomy contributes to better patient care when a lab test is ordered immediately they should be able to draw blood even when phlebotomists are not around. Phlebotomy procedures and practices is written for those who are already working in health care or who are taking related health courses and have an understanding of basic concepts through clearly presented explanations and illustrated step by step procedures this handbook provides the phlebotomy procedures and practices 3rd edition by lynn b hoeltke author isbn 13 978 1305511149 isbn 10 130551114x why is isbn important isbn this bar code number lets you verify that youre practices . Phlebotomy procedures and practices 2nd edition is an essential reference tool for working health care professionals as well as students in allied health care programs who have an understanding of basic health care concepts focusing strictly on the principles of phlebotomy including procedures related to sample collection this go to handbook provides information in a quick reference format and makes this an ideal on the job resource by emphasizing safety and patient comfort phlebotomy
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