Venipuncture (blood collection)

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What is Venipuncture (Blood Collection)?

Venipuncture (blood collection) is a procedure that involves taking a blood sample from a vein in the body.

Why Would I Get a Venipuncture (Blood Collection)?

The procedure may be used to check for a variety of medical conditions such as infection, clotting, and other diseases. It can also be used to perform a variety of treatments.

What Happens During a Venipuncture (Blood Collection)?

During the procedure, a small needle is inserted into a vein on the arm, usually in the inner arm, and a syringe is used to transfer a sample of blood into a vial. The needle is then removed and a cotton swab applied to the area to stop the bleeding.

What to Expect After a Venipuncture (Blood Collection)?

The area may be a bit tender or bruise, but the discomfort is usually minimal. A bandage may be placed over the area to promote healing.

Conclusion

Venipuncture (blood collection) is a relatively simple procedure that involves taking a blood sample from a vein in the body. It is used to check for medical conditions and treatments, and the discomfort associated with the procedure is usually minimal.

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