This module describes the notion of phlebotomy, its equipment, basic vascular anatomy and physiology, blood physiology, blood components and circulation, correct techniques of
routine venipuncture and its possible skin puncture techniques, the importance of collection, handling and transportation of samples taken under standards and norms
corresponding as well as the functions, professional and personal aspects of an ethical phlebotomist.

Our phlebotomy technician program is designed to train and train students with practical knowledge and specialized skills for the extraction, handling and transportation of biological material in strict accordance with biosafety standards that guarantee human life and the results of blood analysis. laboratory.
According to the Occupational Outlook Manual, expected growth for phlebotomy technicians is projected to increase by 10% between 2021 and 2031, so once certified
Our technicians will be able to work in hospitals, clinics, intensive care centers, and medical offices.



A phlebotomy technician is a healthcare professional who specializes in obtaining blood samples from patients for medical analysis. His ability to perform blood draws accurately and safely is essential for medical diagnosis and treatment.

1. Blood Extraction: They perform venipuncture to obtain blood samples from patients, using sterile techniques and ensuring patient comfort and safety.

2. Sample Identification: They properly label and record blood samples, ensuring traceability and accuracy in laboratory results.

3. Patient Preparation: They explain the procedures to patients, alleviating potential anxieties and ensuring their cooperation during the extraction.

4. Handling equipment: They operate and maintain equipment used in blood collection, such as needles, test tubes, and blood containment devices.

5. Regulatory Compliance: They adhere to strict hygiene and safety protocols to prevent infections and ensure the integrity of the samples.

6. Collaboration with Laboratories: They work closely with laboratories to ensure timely delivery of samples and quality of results.

7. Registration and Documentation: They keep detailed records of extractions, ensuring accurate documentation for the patient's medical history.

8. Patient Education: They provide post-extraction instructions, including aftercare and possible side effects.

The work of a phlebotomy technician is essential to medical diagnosis, contributing to medical care by providing accurate and safe blood samples.