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Archive » 1996 » 2 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Anesthesiology » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Internal Medicine »

Subclavian Vein Catheterization

 
Abstract:

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Central venous catether is for many years accompanist of intensive treatment. In the article are described supraclavicular subclavian vein approach by Yoffa and medial infraclavicular approach. Both are among the commonest subclavian vein catheterization techniques in use. Also described are the most commonest complications during the procedure and after, and during the use of central venous catheter.

Authors:
Zver Samo

Keywords:
subclavian vein, central venous catheterization

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 1996; 35: 243–8.

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