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Brian Smith

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Does anyone know how a Registered Medical Assistant can become a Registered Nurse?
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Justin Simonson

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With an expected 29% increase in the medical assisting career field, it's no wonder people are looking into a medical assistant program! #medicalassistant #highered #healthcare
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Is your school CAHEEP accredited?
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Nathan Melen

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Becoming a medical assistant is one of the fastest ways to get started in the health care industry. Job growth for medical assistants is expected to remain between 20 and 30 percent nationally through 2022. Training programs like the 10-month Medical Assistant Certificate program at Charter College, offered at all of its 11 campuses, can help you prepare for this competitive, rewarding career in less than a year. But, do you really have what it t...
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Justin Simonson

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What exactly does a medical assistant do? Check it out!
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Laronda Martin

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Health Infographic about eyes health. 
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Laronda Martin

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Phlebotomy tips for Medical Assistant: when drawing blood on the elderly and children, use a butterfly needle.when you use a butterfly needle on the elderly, pull back the patient's skin to straighten out the vein to make the skin more stable before you insert the needle into the skin.This helps when it's time to stick, and the patient feels less pain while the procedure is done.
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You are Welcome. Enjoy your journey and stay focused as a MA.
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Laronda Martin

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Medical Assistant phlebotomy tip: A venipuncture area site should always be cleansed with an alcohol prep pad prior to applying the tourniquet to avoid possible hemoconcentration.
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Laronda Martin

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I'm sharing a story I read online about a woman who lost her hands but still strive to earn her medical assistant degree.
A Portland woman who is a quadruple amputee loves to do what others think is impossible. Her latest accomplishment, graduating from a local medical program.
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Justin Simonson

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Considering a career as a medical assistant? Check out this SlideShare with steps to joining the field!
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Laronda Martin

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I thought I share with all my fellow medical assistants and future medical assistants an infographic about standard chest lead electrode placement for ECG.
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Charter College

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Do you have what it takes to become an MA? (Funny article for all you Medical Assistants)
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Laronda Martin

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Phlebotomy tip for Medical Assistants:

When a suitable vein cannot be found in the antecubital fossa, you will have to collect the blood from somewhere else- The Hand .

The Veins of the back of the hand are small and fragile. For this reason, you should use a smaller gauge needle and tube, or a syringe.

The steps in collecting blood from the back of the hand are very similar to those for routine venipuncture. A butterfly needle is ideal for a hand draw, because the tubing allows for a lower angle of insertion than a standard needle. 
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Katy Katz

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5 mom skills you use as a CMA - do you agree?
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Juventis MedSpa is Miami's Premier Center for Anti-Aging, Weight Loss, Hormone Replacement & Skin Rejuvenation. We are a physician run Aesthetic Medical destination specializing in Health and Advanced Anti-Aging treatments. We are experts in the fields of: Bio Identical Hormone Analysis, Neutraceuticals, Weight Loss & Beauty: Botox®, Fillers, Laser Photofacials and Cosmeceuticals At Juventis, we offer the most Advanced Medical Technologies and match each of our clients with perfectly customized procedures to ensure the great results you are looking for.
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Laronda Martin

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Here is a article I found online about 5 tips for phlebotomy success.
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Very good!
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Laronda Martin

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My Medical assistant phlebotomy tip for today: "When you are drawing blood, smile and talk to your patient. If you act confident and calm, you will help your patient feel more at ease. "
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Laronda Martin

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Today I' m sharing phlebotomy tips for Medical Assistant.

The secret to being a good medical Assistant drawing blood is to not look for the vein, but to feel for it. If you feel for the vein, you will find It!
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Laronda Martin

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This is an article I read about 5 tips that Medical assistant can use to help make their patients happy.
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Ashtyn Creel

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5 Jobs for #Healthcare Management Graduates!
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