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CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS IN CHILDREN AND NEW BORN
ESPNIC Academy. Pittiruti M. Jun 12, 2015; 105068 Topic: Nursing Science Group
Mauro Pittiruti
Mauro Pittiruti
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After viewing this presentation the participant will be able to:
- Give a careful ultrasound assessment of a child pediatric patient before insertion of a central venous catheter to choose the correct vein for insertion
- Understand tunneling of central lines for optimal venipuncture site and exit site
- Recognize performance characteristics of intracavitary ECG for positioning of central venous access devices in pediatric patients
Pittiruti M: Ultrasound guided central vascular access in neonates, infants and children. Current Drugs Targets, 2012, 13: 961-969
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