This is how Vancouver style in-text citations look when you paraphrase information from a source:
One study (1) found that juvenile patients were less anxious when having their blood drawn when their caregiver remained in the clinic's waiting room.
This is how Vancouver Style in-text citations look when you reference the findings of more than one study (note the use of a dash to cite several references listed consecutively):
However, other researchers found the presence of a caregiver decreased anxious feelings in young patients. (2,4,6-10)
This is how Vancouver style in-text citations look when you use a direct quotation from a source:
Kung recommends patient choice as best practice and encourages health care professionals to "give young patients clear choices for their care in language appropriate to their developmental level." (8, p3)