Week 1 Is All About How to Use a Microscope and Take A Good Blood Sample

We are on the first week of the online training course and our tutor is showing us how to use a microscope as well as explaining the importance of taking a blood sample correctly so as to get consistent results.

(Consistency is very important in live blood analysis)

How to use a microscope and take a good blood sample
Our tutor shows us by video – all the components of the microscope and how to use them. For information on microscopes http://livebloodonline.com/microscopes/

Microscopes designed for viewing live blood have several features not seen in regular microscopes. They have a high-resolution video camera attached for taking videos and pictures of the blood, this is for clients to keep as well as for future comparison, reference, and monitoring.

Successful evaluation of blood morphologies depends not only on the accurate identification and interpretation of blood signs but also on the correct sampling technique. It is critical to the reliability of the test, to the practitioner’s reputation and their client’s well being that they are able to take blood samples correctly and safely.

The blood sample is produced with a lancet in the same way as in a blood sugar test. This is taken from a finger and is a simple procedure.

Many factors can affect the outcome of the test, such as damaging the blood cells during collection and the inclusion of artifacts It is the practitioner’s responsibility to ensure that they are so efficient in taking blood samples that their results are repeatable.
This procedure to correctly and safely take samples for both live blood and layered dried blood evaluation is covered in detail in lesson 1.

This ensures that practitioners of live blood analysis trained by Live Blood Online are trained to take consistent specimens and thereby get consistent results.

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