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Venepuncture in general practice.

Date
1954
  • Videos

About this work

Description

How venepuncture can be practised safely. The film is aimed at new practitioners to the technique. A range of syringes are shown in a wooden box. Using a basic syringe can be problematic as blood can be drawn into the vial (amply demonstrated). Glass syringes from the US (Luer type) are shown to be ideal; it has a glass eccentric nozzle. Practising on veins ahead of time is recommended. Proper care of the syringes is shown. The glass syringes are wrapped in gauze before sterilisation.

Publication/Creation

1954.

Physical description

1 videocassette (16:06 min.) (DIGIBETA) : sound, colour
1 DVD (16:06 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm

Creator/production credits

Produced by S. Drummond-Jackson and H. Mandiwall.

Language note

In English.

Copyright note

S. Drummond-Jackson and H. Mandiwall.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

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    BMAS083

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    BMAD083

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