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Mobile Phlebotomy

"Bringing Healthcare to Your Doorstep: Mobile Phlebotomy for Convenience and Comfort.

  • 15 min
  • From 65 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

Procedure Explanation: The blood draw procedure involves the following steps: Identification: The phlebotomist will confirm my identity by asking for my full name and verifying it with the information provided by my healthcare provider. Preparation: The phlebotomist will cleanse the blood draw site with an antiseptic solution to minimize infection risks. Needle Insertion: A sterile needle will be inserted into a vein, usually in my arm, to collect the blood sample. Blood Collection: The phlebotomist will collect the required amount of blood into appropriate containers for diagnostic testing or other medically necessary purposes. Bandaging: After the blood draw, pressure will be applied, and a bandage or adhesive strip will be placed on the puncture site to aid clotting. Risks: Discomfort: Temporary pain, bruising, or soreness at the puncture site may occur. Infection: While rare, there is a slight risk of infection. Strict sterile techniques are followed to minimize this risk. Benefits: Diagnostic Information: The blood sample will provide valuable information for my healthcare provider to diagnose and manage my medical condition. Treatment Monitoring: Regular blood tests can monitor medication effectiveness, track disease progression, and guide treatment decisions.

Contact Details


1 Eves Drive suite 111, Marlton, NJ, USA

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