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*  Iron overload
A phlebotomy session typically draws between 450 to 500 cc whole blood. For those unable to tolerate routine blood draws, there ... Routine treatment in an otherwise-healthy person consists of regularly scheduled phlebotomies (bloodletting or ... erythrocytapheresis). When first diagnosed, the phlebotomies may be fairly frequent, until iron levels can be brought to within ...
*  Anemia of prematurity
Use of these kind of devices to measure the most common ordered blood tests could significantly decrease phlebotomy loss and ... from phlebotomy blood losses. In premature infants this decline occurs earlier and more pronounced that it does in healthy term ... Other strategies involve the reduction of blood loss during phlebotomy. Another treatment used is therapeutic strategies. These ...
*  Porphyria cutanea tarda
"Effects of Phlebotomy on Urinary Porphyrin Pattern and Liver Histology in Patients with Porphyria Cutanea Tarda". The American ... can be achieved through phlebotomy, whereby blood is systematically drained from the patient. A borderline iron deficiency has ... "Low-Dose Hydroxychloroquine is as Effective as Phlebotomy in Treatment of Patients with Porphyria Cutanea Tarda". Clinical ...
*  Venipuncture
Phlebotomy (incision into a vein) is also the treatment of certain diseases such as hemochromatosis and primary and secondary ... PTB Reports 1 (2), 37-40,DOI : 10.5530/PTB.1.2.1,Available in http://www.ptbreports.org/article/41 Phlebotomy details. ...
*  Phlebotomy
... (from the Greek words phlebo-, meaning "pertaining to a blood vessel", and -tomia, meaning "cutting of") is the ... To qualify to sit for an examination, candidates must complete a full phlebotomy course and provide documentation of clinical ... Some countries, states, or districts require that phlebotomy personnel be licensed or registered: In Australia, there are a ... A person who performs phlebotomy is called a "phlebotomist", although doctors, nurses, medical laboratory scientists and others ...
*  American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians
... (ASPT) is the second oldest certifying agency for Phlebotomy. The ASPT was founded ... Phlebotomy Bloodletting List of healthcare occupations List of medical organizations American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians ...
*  Bloodletting
Today, the term phlebotomy refers to the drawing of blood for laboratory analysis or blood transfusion. Therapeutic phlebotomy ... Phlebotomy (book). Bonnie K. Davis. 2001. ISBN 978-0-7668-2518-5. Retrieved 2009-07-12. "The Basis of Therapeutic Phlebotomy". ... In most cases, phlebotomy now refers to the removal of small quantities of blood for diagnostic purposes. However, in the case ... The most common was phlebotomy, or venesection (often called "breathing a vein"), in which blood was drawn from one or more of ...
*  Medical laboratory scientist
"PHLEBOTOMY CERTIFICATION". Phlebotomy Training. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "MT(AAB) - ABOR". ABOR AAB Board of Registry. The ... National Phlebotomy Association, the National Center for Competency Testing, and the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education ... Medical Laboratory Scientists may perform phlebotomy on patients, as this skill is part of the clinical training. Because ...
*  Liver disease
"Phlebotomy Treatment , Treatment and Management , Training & Education , Hemochromatosis (Iron Storage Disease) , NCBDDD , CDC ...
*  Piedmont Technical College
Phlebotomy Technician Certificate; Physical Therapy Assistant Certificate; Veterinary Technology Certificate. Piedmont ...
*  Polycythemia vera
Phlebotomy is one form of treatment, which often may be combined with other therapies. The removal of blood from the body ... Phlebotomy is typically performed to bring their hematocrit (red blood cell percentage) down below 45 for men or 42 for women. ... It has been observed that phlebotomy also improves cognitive impairment. Low dose aspirin (75-81 mg daily) is often prescribed ... Treatment consists primarily of phlebotomy. People with polycythemia vera can be asymptomatic. A classic symptom of ...
*  Usman Waheed (phlebotomist)
Phlebotomy as Backbone of the Laboratory. Lab Medicine 2013;44(1): e69-71. Zaheer HA, Waheed U. Blood Safety System Reforms in ...
*  Polycythemia
Phlebotomy is the mainstay of treatment. A hallmark of polycythemia is an elevated hematocrit, with Hct > 55% seen in 83% of ... The emergency treatment of polycythemia (e.g., in hyperviscosity or thrombosis) is by phlebotomy (removal of blood from the ... Iatrogenic - Secondary polycythemia can be induced directly by phlebotomy (blood letting) to withdraw some blood, concentrate ... circulation). Depending on the underlying cause, phlebotomy may also be used on a regular basis to reduce the hematocrit. ...
*  Trade association
Possum to Phlebotomy, They're All Spoken For". New York Times. Retrieved June 3, 2012. sdvsd. ...
*  School bus
Bookmobiles feature interior shelving for books and library equipment; bloodmobiles feature mobile phlebotomy stations and ...
*  List of English words of French origin (J-R)
philtre) phlebotomy phlegm phlegmatic Phoenician phoenix, Old Fr. fenix, compare Mod. Fr. phénix phoresy phosphate photography ...
*  African iron overload
This disorder can be treated with phlebotomy therapy or (iron-chelation) therapy. Symptoms can vary from one person to another ... When a patient's hemoglobin is not sufficient for phlebotomy. Iron reduction will likely require the removal of iron using ... A physician can provide therapeutic phlebotomy if the patient's hemoglobin level is sufficient to sustain blood removal. The ...
*  William Thornton (firefighter)
Walter Telfer, who cleaned his wounds and treated him with a phlebotomy-bleeding. Plummer reported that, according to the Globe ... and Mail [sic] "About two inches square of the skull was driven into the brain,". After his phlebotomy Telfer "sent him home to ...
*  Sideroblastic anemia
Therapeutic phlebotomy can be used to manage iron overload. Sideroblastic anemias are often described as responsive or non- ...
*  Dr Lal PathLabs
They have also worked with BD India to open a "Centre of Excellence in Phlebotomy", a centre for training healthcare in the ... "BD India and Dr Lal PathLabs launch COE in phlebotomy". The Financial Express. 8 July 2015. Retrieved 10 February 2016. " ...
*  Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum
It also contained a phlebotomy, which provided information on bloodletting. The original Latin version was annotated and edited ...
*  Blood donation
The process has similar risks to other forms of phlebotomy. Bruising of the arm from the needle insertion is the most common ... Blood is sometimes collected using similar methods for therapeutic phlebotomy, similar to the ancient practice of bloodletting ... Manco, Melania; Fernandez-Real, Josè (1 January 2012). "Back to past leeches: repeated phlebotomies and cardiovascular risk". ...
*  Chronic mountain sickness
Alternatively, bloodletting (phlebotomy) can be performed to lower the haematocrit temporarily; when combined with volume ...
*  Hemosiderosis
In hemochromatosis, this entails frequent phlebotomy granulomatosis, immune suppression is required. Limiting blood ...
*  Hemochromatosis type 4
Additionally, therapeutic phlebotomy may not be tolerated in individuals with type 4A because anemia may develop despite the ... Individuals with hemochromatosis type 4B may be treated with therapeutic phlebotomy. However, individuals with hemochromatosis ...