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I once saw the noted French surgeon, Lisfranc, in a fine phlebotomizing frenzy, order some ten or fifteen patients, taken almost indiscriminately, to be bled in a single morning.
I remember his ordering a wholesale bleeding of his patients, right and left, whatever might be the matter with them, one morning when a phlebotomizing fit was on him.
Then to-morrow morning, six — phlebotomists themselves phlebotomized secundum artem.
Kathy Hammond, phlebotomist, Rhode Island Blood Center, and my bloodsucker of choice.
According to Kathy Hammond, the phlebotomist who assisted Miss Hayes, Trisha informed her that she was latex-sensitive and Mrs.
The connection with the blood drives, also on the evening news, given that Eddie worked as a phlebotomist for the Blood.
Wafer was spared by the Indians owing to his skill as a phlebotomist, after he had been allowed to exhibit his skill to an Indian chief called Lacentra, when he bled one of his wives so successfully that the chief made Wafer his inseparable companion, to the no little discomfort of the buccaneer, who wished to reach the Atlantic and rejoin his companions who had left him behind.
The phlebotomist, a young woman with scraggly black hair, took six tubes of her blood out of one thin vein, chattering, trying to keep her placid as the red fluid oozed slowly up the plastic piping.
Formerly a nursing assistant and phlebotomist, writing has been a longtime hobby.
In the bar tonight, he made the wrong choice, settling for a goddamn phlebotomist when he could have had the melancholy pro in the pearl gray suit.