Annotated bibliography – Phlebotomy Name Institution Annotated bibliography – Phlebotomy Abstract The following annotated bibliography examines Phlebotomy as well as its constituents. Phlebotomy has over the years evolved to become a discipline of immense importance in the world. With several ailments and calamities hitting the globe it has become imperative to have well-trained phlebotomists to help mitigate the adverse effects that these calamities can occasion. Furthermore blood transfusion one of the key facets of phlebotomy is essential to the posterity of the healthcare industry. Also blood drawing through phlebotomies has been a significant cause of anemia both in adults and neonates as a & Polchi P. (1997). Phlebotomy to reduce iron overload in patients cured of thalassemia by bone marrow transplantation. Blood 90(3) 994-998. Lin J. C. Strauss R. G. Kulhavy J. C. Johnson K. J. Zimmerman M. B. Cress G. A. ... & Widness J. A. (2000). Phlebotomy overdraw in the neonatal intensive care nursery. Pediatrics 106(2) e19-e19.Smoller B. R. & Kruskall M. S. (1986). Phlebotomy for diagnostic laboratory tests in adults. New England Journal of Medicine 314(19) 1233-1235. Smoller B. R. Kruskall M. S. & Horowitz G. L. (1989). Reducing adult phlebotomy blood loss with the use of pediatric-sized blood collection tubes. American journal of clinical pathology 91(6) 701-703. [...]
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