In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Brad Karon, M.D., Ph.D., will provide you with an overview of the potential differences in potassium levels that may occur when testing capillary blood versus a venous sample.
During this “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation from the live 2017 Phlebotomy Conference, different pain-relieving techniques will be reviewed and critically evaluated for efficacy, as well as solutions to improve workflows and processes in the outpatient and inpatient settings.
This “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation from the live 2017 Phlebotomy Conference, will focus on the challenges associated with age-related collections, dealing specifically with both the pediatric and geriatric patient.
Originally presented November 29, 2017
This “Phlebotomy” presentation will provide the audience with a high-level understanding of the various steps of the pre-analytic processes of Mayo Medical Laboratories that lead to the timely handling of incoming specimen volumes.
This “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation addresses the increase in the number of tests available using a blood spot specimen and concerns about bruising, a team was created to investigate causes of bruising and select the best method for collecting blood from infants.
In this “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation we will present to you how a technician can apply certain techniques to reduce fear and anxiety associated with blood draws and IV starts.
This “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation will cover the basics of blood gas testing in the pediatric setting; why it is performed and what sample types can be used.
This “Pediatric Phlebotomy” presentation will discuss the types of quality measures used in pediatric phlebotomy and how they are applied to improve specimen quality.