What if the nurse forgets to remove the needle when drawing blood for donation? After all, blood will block the lumen of the needle anyway?

What if the nurse forgets to remove the needle when drawing blood for donation? After all, blood will block the lumen of the needle anyway?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
April, 2021

Any medical activity is necessarily brought to automatism with maximum accuracy.

If such an incident happens to you, remove the needle (although you correctly noted earlier, it is usually taken out with a test tube / flask for sampling the analysis) and firmly clamp the puncture site - stop bleeding and avoid bruising.

Answer 2
April, 2021

😀It is unlikely that the nurse will forget the needle, since the needle, together with the plastic tube through which the blood flows, forms a continuous single system and it is difficult to miss it😀Yes, the donor will remind you of a needle in a vein😀

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