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BLOOD COLLECTION TECHNIQUES FOR BIRDS
F. Joshua Dein VMD, MS: USGS, National Wildlife Health Center
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1. Introduction

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2. Blood Collection Considerations

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3. Basic Equipment and Procedures

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4. Syringe - Needle Handling

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5. Syringe - Needle Technique

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6. Principle Aspects of Blood Collection

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7. Collection from Jugular Vein

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8. Collection from Medial-metatarsal (Leg) Vein

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9. Collection from Brachial Vein

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10. Proper Disposal of Needles and Syringes

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11. Sample Containers, Centrifugation and serum separation, and Sample Storage and Handling

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12. Conclusion

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13. CREDITS

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