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Venipuncture & Blood Drawing: Phlebotomy Step-by-Step

Description:
The use of platelets concentrates is becoming unavoidable in our surgeries. To take full advantage of these techniques, the surgeon has to be familiar with the blood collection technique and capable to draw blood at any time. This presentation will show you how to manage simply the venipuncture according to a step by step protocol, with special attention for tricky situations & difficult patients.

Date Added:
7/5/2018

Author(s):

Elisa Choukroun, DDS Elisa Choukroun, DDS
Dr Elisa Choukroun


- DDS, Private practice in Nice, FRANCE

- Graduated from the University of Nice, France

- Master in An...
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Questions & Comments
Jake Wolf - (10/3/2019 10:48 AM)

This course was a perfect refresher! Great presentation!

Ehab Abou El Roos - (9/13/2019 4:22 PM)

thank you very much for your clear steady way. thanks again

usman zafar - (3/29/2019 1:42 PM)

thank you very useful presentation

Jeffrey Sims - (3/9/2019 1:17 PM)

Very good presentaton. Perhaps your next presentation could include the various time factors of the blood in the centrifuge for sticky bone, membranes, etc., and how to prepare those treatments.

abbas ahrabi - (3/6/2019 12:23 PM)

Thank you for your excellent comprehensive presentation.

Vijay Kumar - (2/17/2019 8:39 PM)

Excellent! Great presentation.

John Canning - (2/13/2019 10:16 AM)

Great presentation...Thank You

Sabi Boni Guessou - (1/13/2019 7:17 PM)

Belle présentation, bien organisée . merci

RICHARD PEREIRA - (10/25/2018 4:17 AM)

Excellent and Lucid presentation Elisa. I have a Choukroun machine but am petrified of Phlebotomy; this presentation should help me. Thanks

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