Blood Collection Series

Part 1:
This first program in the three-part Blood Collection series reviews the anatomic and physiologic considerations related to phlebotomy - the collection of blood - as well as describe the most common blood tests.

Part 2:
This second program in the three-part Blood Collection series will focus on performing venipuncture, troubleshooting problems with gaining venous access, and common complications. In addition, guidelines for documentation of the procedure will be presented.

Part 3:
This final program in the three-part Blood Collection series will focus on special considerations when performing phlebotomy on specific populations, including pediatric patients, the elderly, women who have had mastectomies, patients who are obese, and those who have needle phobia.

See below for list of programs included in this series.
Price: $945.00 USD

Product ID: MED475
Media: DVD
Year: 2015
Language: English
Tags: Blood Collection
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Other Programs in this Series

Blood Collection: Anatomy and Physiology

OVERVIEW: Blood is the elixir of life. With every beat of the heart, blood circulates through the vessels of the body bringing the cells life-sustaining oxygen, nutrients, and hormones while removing [...]

Released in 2015

Blood Collection: Performing Phlebotomy

OVERVIEW: Phlebotomy is the collection of blood, which is done to assess persons state of health, diagnose pathology, treat certain hematologic diseases, and for the collection of blood products [...]

Released in 2015

Blood Collection: Special Considerations

OVERVIEW: Venipuncture is more than just putting a needle into a patients arm and drawing blood. Many clients are adults who are in good health, have visible veins, and are unafraid of the procedure [...]

Released in 2015


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