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Blood Withdrawal Certification Course

Best American Healthcare University offers blood draw certification classes in Riverside CA. We also have blood withdrawal training in Ontario. Our profound blood draw course is one of the premier in the Inland Empire. We have classroom and online training. We offer blood draw refresher courses for Ontario, CA residents, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Upland, Pomona, Corona, Moreno Valley, and the whole of Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino counties), Orange county, Los Angeles and the whole of California. 

This class is designed for individuals who would like to refresh their blood draw skills. These are individuals who may not have any medical background but are wishing to enter into the medical field.

Nurses, Medical Assistants, Phlebotomists, Patient Care Technicians, and other healthcare professionals are also a large part of the class.

If you need IV therapy class, click here!

There are lots of hands-on skills and live blood draws to meet the objectives of the class.

The 2-day class is NOT for those looking for a state certification as a Phlebotomy Technician but this class offers blood withdrawal state certification for Psychiatric Technicians and is approved by the BVNPT.

Click below to pay $390 in full or $195 deposit for the class. Remaining $200 is due on the first day of class. Also, a money order or cashiers check of $50 payable to BVNPT is due on the first day of class.

 Blood Withdrawal Certification Course

No dates for Blood draw alone.

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Upon the completion of the blood withdrawal course, students will:

-Describe the anatomy of the skin, the microscopic structure of the vein and the location of veins in the upper and lower extremities of the body

-Explain the universal precautions for infection control

-Explain the preparation and immobilization of the venipuncture site

-Explain local and systemic reactions and interventions.

-Explain methods of blood withdrawal which are venipunture, skin puncture (capillary blood withdrawal) and arterial puncture

-Describe the different safety measures during blood withdrawal

-Explain the possible complications as well as possible interventions for each complication episode

-Describe the preparation of the withdrawal site

-Explain the proper documentation associated with blood withdrawal

-Describe the legal aspects of blood withdrawal

-Demonstrate the following:

1. Preparation of equipment for blood withdrawal

2. Knowledge of the safety factors

3. Choice of a vein

4. Choice of the device for blood withdrawal

5. Techniques of venipuncture

6. Preparation of the venipuncture site

7. Preparation of the equipment

8. Universal precautions for infection control

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