Where is it?

The median cubital is the most common vein used for venipuncture.

Where is it?
A . In the forearm
B . In the leg
C . In the stomach
D . In the neck

Answer: A


The median cubital vein is located in the forearm, running through the middle of the crook of the elbow. Always remember that although it is the best vein to use in normal healthy adults, all patients are different and other veins may offer a better opportunity for a successful blood draw.

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