Procedures in Phlebotomy
This all-inclusive text provides an introduction to the practices and procedures of phlebotomy and includes topics such as routine, donor, special techniques, and pediatric and infant phlebotomy. The 2nd edition includes a chapter on multiskilling, a series of pictures depicting venipuncture, and updated universal precautions. Easy-to-read, step-by-step coverage addresses all essential phlebotomy procedures, such as special techniques for taking blood, protecting against infection, and avoiding and handling complications. Medicolegal issues (including current CLIA regulations), phlebotomy unit management, and quality assurance are also covered.
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