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    Venipuncture

    What is venipuncture? I want to start studying to become a phlebotomist. And I'm looking at what topics we're going to study and for what. So that I understand what my future profession means. And so while I was looking at the topics. That's what I've settled on. It's an interesting topic and I want to figure it out.

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    Venipuncture is a procedure. In which blood is drawn for further examination to detect or treat a disease more effectively. Phlebotomists may also draw blood for donation and research or even blood transfusions. After taking so many blood samples your job as a phlebotomist is to label on https://phlebotomynearyou.com/phlebotomy-job-outlook/ the samples. And get them to the lab. Where the labs can test them. In many cases the phlebotomist can even use his fingers to collect a minimal amount of blood. Depending on the tests the patient needs to have certain conditions treated and diagnosed such as testing for HIV. Or glucose monitoring. Phlebotomists can also draw blood from a patient for blood donations blood transfusions and even research. From all of this we can emphasize that venipuncture is actually a rather time-consuming process that is necessary to diagnose a patient's condition. I hope I have explained it to you in a clear way. The profession is good and very important. So I think you should go and study in this particular field.

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    Wow. I've never heard of such terms. Sounds like a tough profession to me. Not everyone can do it. If you like medicine. And you know all those terms. Then, yeah. It's a profession that's for you.

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