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Figure 10.1
Sputum pot.
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Figure 10.5
(a) Superficial veins of the forearm. (b) Superficial veins of dorsal aspect of the hand.
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Figure 10.9
Lateral view of spinal column and vertebrae, showing needle entry site for lumbar puncture.
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Figure 10.13
Types of vacuum‐assisted sputum traps.
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Figure 10.17
Cystoscopy for a woman. Source : Reproduced with permission from the patient information website of Cancer Research UK (
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Figure 21
Anchoring the skin.
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Figure 16
Three‐way tap: turned diagonally to close off flush, artery and port.
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Figure 6
Area to be swabbed when sampling the nose.
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Figure 10.2
Various stool pots.
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Figure 10.6
A vacuumed collection system: two blood culture bottles, Vacutainer holder and Vacutainer ‘butterfly’.
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Figure 10.10
Lumbar puncture. Sagittal section through lumbosacral spine. The most common site for lumbar puncture is between L3 and L4 and between L4 and L5 as th...
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Figure 10.14
Endoscopy. Source : Reproduced with permission from the patient information website of Cancer Research UK ( ).
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Figure 10.18
Liver biopsy needles.
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Figure 26
Attach sample bottle to holder.
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Figure 18
Three‐way tap: turned to flush and port.
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Figure 7
Area to be swabbed when sampling the throat.
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Figure 10.3
Urine pot.
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Figure 10.7
Modified Allen test. (a) Step 1. (b) Step 2. (c) Step 3.
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Figure 10.11
The cervix.
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Figure 10.15
Anatomy of the lower gastrointestinal tract. RUQ, right upper quadrant; LUQ, left upper quadrant; RLQ, right lower quadrant; LLQ, left lower quadrant....
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Figure 13
Palpating the vein.
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Figure 5
Three‐way tap: closed to port.
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Figure 3
Position for lumbar puncture. Head is flexed onto chest and knees are drawn up.
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Figure 10
Nasopharyngeal wash: syringe method.
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Figure 10.4
Variety of swabs.
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Figure 10.8
Arterial blood gas sampling.
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Figure 10.12
Different types of sampling devices.
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Figure 10.16
Cystoscopy for a man. Source : Reproduced with permission from the patient information website of Cancer Research UK (
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Figure 19
Cleaning the skin.
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Figure 9
Three‐way tap: turned to artery and port.
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Figure 4
Area to be swabbed when sampling the outer ear.
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Figure 9
Nasopharyngeal wash: vacuum‐assisted aspirate method.