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Insufficient blood volume (short draws) within a collection tube containing anticoagulant will result in an incorrect ratio of blood to anticoagulant, and yield incorrect test results.
Short draws can be caused by:
A vein collapsing during phlebotomy.
The needle coming out of the vein before the collection tube is full.
Loss of collection tube vacuum before the tube is full. (Always keep extra tubes on hand.)
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