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Designed for training medical assistants, this program focuses 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. It discusses the volume of blood at different developmental stages, shows techniques for alleviating stress of venipuncture, examines typical behavioral reactions of different ages, and demonstrates procedures for collecting blood from newborns, children, and elderly patients.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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