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    Aspirating

    How much do you need to pull the needle back when aspirating??

    Will there be blood straight away if there is going to be?

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    If I was you I would pull the plunger back just enough to get a bubble. dont worry, the bubble will go back when you release the plunger. I normally hold the plunger for a couple of seconds which is plenty. you will know if there is any blood m8, check in the actual stringe and the plastic bit of the needle too. If no blood, your good to go

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    Yeah i get the bubble, i just wondered if there was blood would it just be stratight away (instead of the bubble)

    Just checking im doint it right!!

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    yes mate, it should be straight away. I always find it a bit awkward to see when doing glutes, but you will know when its in there matey

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    Yes it will happen instantly, there should be no doubt.

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    A slight pull..If your in a vein...You'll know...

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    yep.. blood will rush in.

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