"Since drawing blood
from peers is not an option for high school programs," says Buoni, "we have had to be more creative.
The patient's mother is a biologist and was aware that her daughter had sustained a needlestick injury while drawing blood
from a patient in whom malaria was suspected.
from the antecubital region is best practice when:
The initiative by Microsoft Research and the University of Washington, would be a big help to people with Type I diabetes patients, who must keep a check on their blood sugar on a daily basis by actually drawing blood
several times a day.
Ten climbing doctors took part in the Caudwell Xtreme Everest expedition, drawing blood
from their own leg arteries close to the mountain's summit.
The 50p coin, thrown from an area of Aston Villa fans, missed Redknapp but struck linesman Phil Sharp on the head, pictured right, drawing blood
Currently, only 20% of hospitals are prepared to carry out the procedure, which involves drawing blood
out of the umbilical cord with a syringe.
Two aunts of the dead teenager attacked him, kicking, screaming, and drawing blood
. The dead girl's natural father skulked in the background.
As they had done in previous experiments, the researchers remedied this by drawing blood
from the primates at regular intervals to thin the remaining blood enough to circulate properly.
As Carney pinned him to the wall of a lift in a block of flats he whacked the thief with his walking stick, drawing blood
. The blood left DNA for detectives to catch and convict crack-addict Carney.
A notice in their sorting office says: "Beware of Alan Rice's cat." A spokesman said: "This cat is intent on drawing blood
Kevin Butler's 18-inch, white-crested cockatoo, named Bird, flew at Daniel Torres during the Christmas Eve 2001 attack and pecked him on the head, drawing blood
. Torres wiped the blood and then touched a light switch, leaving his DNA at the crime scene, said prosecutors in Dallas, Texas.