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This article originally posted and appeared in  Medical DevicesIssue 712

EZ-Vac™ Vacuum Device for Alternate Site Blood Sampling

EZ-Vac™ Vacuum Device for Alternate Site Blood Sampling 

EZ-vacThe EZ-Vac works with any lancing device to assist with blood collections from areas other than the fingertip, such as the forearm. The key features and benefits include its compact design, a special tip that works on alternate locations, Alternate site testing is generally less painful than fingertip locations and works with any lancing device. It is available in the U.S.

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This article originally posted 17 January, 2014 and appeared in  Medical DevicesIssue 712

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