1. Why do you use different sites for blood draws?
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  3. by   Rose_Queen
    I'm afraid I don't understand your thread title. Perhaps some clarification? Also, what are your thoughts on the question? Please do begin the discussion.
  4. by   Sour Lemon
    Quote from Susanorf1961
    Why do you use different sites for blood draws?
    I use the internal jugular on every patient, every time.
    You're welcome.
  5. by   Wile E Coyote
    I'm thinking our new member is a non-clinical patient, close to a patient, etc. and heard blood was drawn for cardiac enzymes. Something about that meant more sticks, and now we are being queried.
    Our answer to that shall be, ask the ordering provider.
    How did I do?
  6. by   sevensonnets
    Sour Lemon, I go for the internal jugular too but only when I draw triphonines! I thought I was the only one! Sometimes I use a needle.
  7. by   OyWithThePoodles
    Oh my lanta...I get it now. I literally had to google "triphonines" to see if I am just a moron nurse who didn't know what this important word was.
    Then I sounded it out, made the "po" sound instead of "fo" and UREKA!
    This thread made my brain hurt, but I laughed, so all is well.
  8. by   roser13
    Well, y'allre just wrong. Everyone with an expensive education knows that you start as many sites as possible, then move around the body, tapping each site for a few drops. That way, you get a little bit of blood from each part of the body, thereby testing the whole body. Far superior to those cheaters who only draw from one arm.

  9. by   iluvivt
    I got it right away. I thought it was maybe a student interested in cardiac nursing. .
  10. by   Pepper The Cat
    I don't get it.
  11. by   roser13
    Quote from Pepper The Cat
    I don't get it.
    Last edit by roser13 on Jan 13, '17
  12. by   Pepper The Cat
    Quote from roser13
    Oh good Lord! Thank you.
  13. by   sallyrnrrt
    Shall we educate her about cellular physiology.
  14. by   AgentBeast
    I go intracardiac with a nice long about 5" 14 gauge needle whenever I have to draw triphonines. Only amateurs use the internal jugular.