- n. medicine A blood test.
“Frankly, I now think that the damned bloodwork is probably influenced by what you eat or solar flares or something, but our daughter is genetically normal.”
“Trying to obtain bloodwork requires the most skilled of phlebotimists, nurses, or anesthesiologists and even then there is no guarantee that they can be successful because sometimes the patient and the powers that be won’t cooperate.”
“I called my doctor, went in and did the "bloodwork" thing, thinking my "heredity" was coming into play … low thyroid.”
“But today, my doctor sat me down with the results of my official bloodwork and said, These are the things you are definitely allergic to.”
“But today, my doctor sat me down with the results of my official bloodwork and said, These are the things [...]”
“Less expensive anesthetics, cheaper (or non-existent) pain protocols, no monitoring equipment, no pre-anesthetic bloodwork, no IV catheters, no dedicated technicians dedicated to your pet's anesthesia or recovery.”
“Her initial bloodwork shows that she has leukemia.”
“She then calls the lab or the patient (who occasionally skips out without their bloodwork).”
“Sometimes this does not work, as with the elderly gentleman who consistently berates our staff for tiny transgressions (usually the vet's fault), like the timing of a phone call related to his pet's routine bloodwork, or the (typically brief) period of time he was left on hold.”
“Annual exam with bloodwork: Out of pocket cost: $400.”
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