Phlebotomy originates from the Greek words phlebos, meaning veins and tomos, meaning to cut. Phlebotomy refers to any procedure that involves cutting the vein to remove blood.
Most people think that removing blood is just for testing; however, there are other reasons a person can have blood removed. The process can actually be therapeutic to the patient. It can improve a person’s condition. A therapeutic phlebotomy procedure is one that benefits the patient and makes him or her condition better.
How rewarding can your career be to you when you know that you are not only taking blood to help a patient figure out what is wrong with them but also to help their condition get better. As a phlebotomy technician, you will be a part of a patient’s therapeutic process of removing blood deliberately. Your patients will look forward to you providing them this procedure. The procedure is much like donating blood, with the exception of the patient normally has a certain amount of blood that needs to removed, which is determined by the doctor prior to the phlebotomy technician providing the procedure.
The skills you need to perform this procedure and any other procedure in regards to drawing blood, you will learn in the phlebotomy course at US Colleges. You will start a successful career in just a few months at US Colleges. You will graduate with confidence and be ready to succeed.