Phlebotomist

Phlebotomist: A person who draws blood.
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Phlebotomist

Phle·bot'o·mist noun [ Confer French phlébotomiste .] (Medicine) One who practiced phlebotomy.
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phlebotomist

<medicine> One who practiced phlebotomy. ... Origin: Gr. Phlebos = vein. ... (11 Jun 1998) ...
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phlebotomist

noun someone who practices phlebotomy
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phlebotomist

(flә-bot´ә-mist) a health professional trained in the opening of veins for the withdrawal of blood.
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Phlebotomist

• (n.) One who practiced phlebotomy.
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phlebotomist

phlebotomist 1. Someone who practices phlebotomy or venesection; that is, draws blood by use of a syringe and needle. 2. A medic who draws blood from a vein for analysis or transfusion.
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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomists are individuals trained to draw blood from a live person or animal for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. Some countries and districts/states require phlebotomy personnel to be licensed or registered. == Overview == Phlebotomists collect blood primarily by performing venepuncture and, for collection of minute quantities of
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Phlebotomist

A healthcare professional that is trained to draw blood for laboratory testing and evaluation. During pregnancy, there are a variety of routine tests and procedures that involve the use of drawn blood.
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phlebotomist

Type: Term Pronunciation: fle-bot′ŏ-mist Definitions: 1. One trained and skilled in phlebotomy.
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