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The Best Phlebotomy Classes

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Phlebotomy is now a full fledge profession on its own that requires proper phlebotomy classes and training. Phlebotomy classes do not only revolve around the practice and know-how of drawing blood and collection samples rather extends to include all the safety regulations that are also taught in phlebotomy classes so…

A Career In Phlebotomy

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Phlebotomy is the medical term used to refer to the process through which doctors draw blood from patients using syringes. The blood extracted from patients is then forwarded ahead to expert physicians who study the blood to diagnose the health of the patient. In other cases phlebotomy is a process…

How To Find Phlebotomy Jobs

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Phlebotomy is the practice of opening veins, or veinpuncture, to draw blood or introduce fluids. This can include IV insertion and lab work. Trained professionals in this field are called phlebotomist. Although not all states require specific phlebotomy certification, a high school diploma or G.E.D. and some sort of phlebotomy…

Phlebotomy Certification | How To Get A Phlebotomy Certificate

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Phlebotomy Certification You might have visited an emergency room in a hospital and seen a doctor jot an order to get blood samples for specific test. In no time, someone wearing a white coat and carrying a tray full of vials might have appeared in the room and next to…

Phlebotomy Training Facts And Information

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About Phlebotomy Training Phlebotomy refers to the process of drawing blood from a vein, artery or capillary with a needle. Blood is a common bodily fluid collected for diagnostic purposes. Phlebotomists perform venipunctures meaning they draw blood from patients using standardized collection techniques. Phlebotomy training program instructors teach laboratory safety…

Becoming an EKG Technician

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The EKG technicians are in a lot of demand nowadays. Not only is their assistance required in hospitals and diagnostic centers; their service is wanted in certain non-medical institutions as well. Even the big insurance agencies are looking forward to hiring EKG technicians. So, you can be assured of getting…

Hot Medical Jobs For This Day And Age 2011

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Top Paying, Highest Demand, Easiest To Get Into Medical Jobs The healthcare jobs industry is one of the fastest growing across the world which means 100s of thousands of new medical job opportunities are available each year that need to be filled. There are some fields that have such a high demand that there…

Phlebotomist Salary Overview And Analysis

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Phlebotomist Salary Deciding to become a Phlebotomist can be a great career move. The United States Bureau of Labor has predicted an increase of 14% starting in 2006 and ending in 2016. This job is not for those who get a lump in their throat at the first sign on…