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AziaCole

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About AziaCole

  • Rank
    Lepton
  • Birthday February 5

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  • Location
    in my own bubble of reality
  • Interests
    Weird Random Stuffs.
  • College Major/Degree
    Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Scientist (2nd Year)
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Medicine, Biochemistry
  • Occupation
    Student. :D
  1. I have watched quite a bit of videos from youtube. Most of them are pretty much the same thing as what our teacher have taught us. I haven't however, found one that deals with hitting the veins. Though, if anybody had, please, please send me a link. Thanks.
  2. Hello. I am a third year Medical Technology student. In our country, Phlebotomy is almost always done by the MedTechs. You can say that it is a very, very vital skill for me to learn. However, no matter how many times I've done it, I can't seem to get it right. Our class is using vacutainers and is currently working on the median cubital vein. While I have no problem locating the vein with my fingers, everytime I slide the needle in, no blood comes out when I finally insert the vacutainer tube. I always, always seem to be missing the vein. Is there any tips or tricksin hitting the vein
  3. I see. Thank you. You've answered a lot of my questions. I think I'll be able to do my reporting in class. Thank you so much!
  4. Honestly speaking, I'm not sure if this post is in the right place. I'm actually asking help for a reporting of mine, not for a homework. So, if I'm ever in the wrong place, I'm terribly sorry. Feel free to move this thread elsewhere if that's the case. And please don't kill me, Mods. My report is on, as you might have seen from the tittle, about Tissue or Organ Engineering. I've research quite a bit on the topic and have already understood the basics, or at least I think I do. Basically, you create a protein scaffolding (or get one from a dead organism) of the tissue/organ you want to cre
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