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Using the Supraclavicular Approach to Ultrasound-Guided Subclavian Vein Cannulation
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Administration of Vasopressors through PIV
Vasopressor infusion through a proximal PIV (antecubital fossa or external jugular vein), for less than 4 hours is unlikely to result in tissue injury and will reduce the time it takes to achieve hemodynamic stability. Read the entire article
Subclavian Vein Catherization
Compared with the landmark technique, dynamic 2-dimensional (2D) (real-time) ultrasonographic guidance increases the success rate and reduces adverse events in subclavian vein catheterization. Download the article.
Impact of CLABSI in Pediatric Patients