How does a phlebotomist go about finding a vein? ... The first choice for
venipuncture is the median antecubital vein that is located in the area of the arm
in front ...
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Jun 19, 2014 ... http://www.registerednursern.com/how-to-find-veins-when-starting-an-iv/ Video
on how to find a vein using a Tourniquet when drawing blood or ...
Jan 10, 2011 ... I know the technique and the procedure of venipuncture I was just ... I was always
SO nervous about finding a vein(we practiced on each other ...
Also, this is very important if you are having a hard time locating a vein place two
tourniquets together and then tie on the patients site you have chose to draw.
BD Customer Service 1.888.237.2762 www.bd.com/vacutainer. 1. Median cubital
vein. A superficial vein, most commonly used for venipuncture, it lies over.
Sep 30, 2009 ... Even to the most experience infusion nurse, pudgy is always a challenge and
usually means no chance of finding veins or easy venipuncture.
The best veins for venepuncture are usually found in the antecubital fossa (inner
... their fist in a rhythmic manner may also facilitate finding a suitable vein.
If you can't find a suitable vein in the bend of the arm it's ok to draw from an ... If
the patient feels dizzy or faint in the middle of the venipuncture procedure special
Positioning the patient correctly will help in locating the best site. ... pressure cuff
on the arm, approximately 3-5 inches above a potential venipuncture site. ...
Palpate for a viable vein first, then select equipment, put gloves on and then
One of the hardest parts of taking blood can be finding a suitable vein. ... not staff
of a large hospital looking for high-end tech to aid in routine venipuncture.