Physiologists, watch where you place that cannula!

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Physiologists often sample blood during their research, but are we guilty of failing to question why we draw blood from a given vein? The most appropriate site to sample blood from will depend primarily on the study design and outcome measures, and this decision can influence the interpretation of the data generated.

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Physiologists, watch where you place that cannula! / Edinburgh, Robert; Betts, James; Thompson, Dylan; Gonzalez, Javier.

In: Physiology News, Vol. 109, 12.2017, p. 20-23.

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