martes, 30 de noviembre de 2010

Blood Collection: A Short Course

Blood Collection: A Short Course
F A Davis Co | 2009-07-30 | ISBN: 0803616996 | 172 pages | PDF | 5 MB (en Mega, filebox) y 16 MB (filesonic, hotfile, deposit) (es el mismo libro)
This title is perfect for intensive one- or two-day phlebotomy courses! This user-friendly text concentrates on the crucial skills of blood specimen collection...making it a cost-effective, compact learning tool for cross training and continuing education. It discusses the basics, including...types of blood specimens; blood collection equipment; vein selection and alternate sites; types of collection tubes and the purpose of anticoagulants; the order of draw; test-specific handling; complications and remedies; and, storage and transportation conditions. It covers blood specimen collection equipment, including safety devices and technical procedures for venipuncture and dermal puncture. It features a self-assessment exam that meets the requirements for continuing education protocols. It complies with the standards set by OSHA, the JCAHO, and the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards. It includes a color tube guide.
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Lady: este contiene algo de flebotomía, seguiré buscando en castellano pues he encontrado otros y buenos. 
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2 comentarios:

hangrt dijo...

There are phlebotomy schools who offer a phlebotomy program for those interested in entering the health care industry. This schools train the candidates in order to be able to collect blood and to also process it.

Voroshilov dijo...

think it is good that there are schools that teach phlebotomy because it is an art and part of science. I i agreed to publish a book for someone because the person i was studying phlebotomy a university. It has been my phlebotomy in my career of clinical biochemistry. Nothing replaces the instructor phlebotomy. Even a book. It takes practice with someone who knows the item.