Hi, I'm Elora Murray at Fusion 360 Studios reporting for the Phlebotomy Training News Network. If any of you out there are wondering what to do for a career, well you are in luck. Today we will be talking about why Phlebotomy is a great career choice. First let's take a peek into the future shall we? Through 2018, the healthcare industry is expected to be the top growing industry in the US. And by the year 2022 the number of phlebotomy jobs is expected to increase by 27 percent. And to throw some more numbers at you, in 2013 over 41 thousand phlebotomists were employed at general medical and surgical hospitals.
And phlebotomists make up about 12 percent of the total work force for medical laboratories. And for those of you who are wanting to hear how much money a phlebotomist makes we have your answer, in 2013 the average wage for a phlebotomists was just over 31 thousand dollars. And in Alaska, Phlebotomists have the highest hourly mean wage, 19 dollars and 33 cents. Lastly, Rhode Island has the highest concentration of phlebotomists in the country and California is home to over 11 thousand phlebotomy jobs the most of any state. So if you are looking for a good career you might want to give Phlebotomy a try. That's all we have for today I'm Elora Murray with.
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Hi. This segment has been made to demonstrate proper flushing and blood withdrawal from a central line. It is intended to teach the principles of line care, but not intended to be an instructional tutorial. If you are watching this tutorial it is because you or someone close to you has a central line. Central lines are IV's which allow medications to be given into large veins in the body, or to draw blood for lab work. While healthcare providers are trained in caring for this type of device, there can be differences between providers as to how this care is performed. Even though we may not train you to perform flushes or lab draws off of a line independently, it is important to know how to correctly care.
For your line. Before we show this procedure let's review how it is done. Before doing anything with the line, your nurse needs to make sure it is safe to use. They will ask the patient if there has been any pain or problems with the line, or any bleeding or discharge from the site. The nurse will look at the site of the line to see if there is any redness or drainage at the insertion site, which could be a sign of infection, or signs that something is wrong with the line. Flushing a central line requires saline flushes and alcohol pads. Depending on the line, the doctor may want your line to get heparin, an anticoagulant, to prevent the line from.