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tr.v. phle·bot·o·mized, phle·bot·o·miz·ing, phle·bot·o·miz·es
To perform phlebotomy on.

phle·bot′o·mist n.


(fləˈbɒt ə mɪst)

1. a specialist in phlebotomy.
2. a nurse or other health worker trained in drawing venous blood for testing or donation.
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Noun1.phlebotomist - someone who practices phlebotomy
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills


n flebotomista mf, persona capacitada para extraer sangre
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The system provides insight into where a hemolyzed specimen came from, what clinic, which ward, and even the nurse or phlebotomist who drew the specimen.
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A: The phlebotomist scans the patient's ID badge and enters into a system that he is with the patient; or
Another long wait and I was told by the phlebotomist that was a quiet day.
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Atrained phlebotomist will take a blood sample from their arm.
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