brachial vein


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brachial vein

a vein in the arm that accompanies the brachial artery and drains into the axillary vein.
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9] evaluated an US-guided approach to percutaneous deep brachial vein or basilic vein cannulation in 101 Emergency Department (ED) patients with difficult IV access.
This novel technique may also be performed by giving some contrast agent through the ipsilateral brachial vein for guidance (5).
Right axillary, cephalic, basilic and brachial veins are patent but very slow flow seen without any clot".
The most medial structure in the neurovascular bundle is the axillary vein formed by the confluence of the brachial veins.
The internal jugular, subclavian, axillary, and brachial veins are generally accessible, but the superior vena cava and brachiocephalic vein are inaccessible or only partially accessible with the use of ultrasonography.