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Why Draw Blood From A Vein Not An Artery?

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Because veins are carrying oxygen-poor blood back to the heart they have a much less strong blood pressure than arteries that carry blood from the heart. Arteries have to have thicker walls because of the greater pressure on them. So it is easier to use veins, and less dangerous.

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