subclavian vein puncture

subclavian vein puncture

a puncture into the subclavian vein to administer parenteral fluids and medications and to measure central venous pressure. A right subclavian vein puncture is often used to place a central line catheter.
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According to a computer-generated randomization list, patients were randomized to the optimized axillary vein puncture group or the conventional subclavian vein puncture group at a ratio of 1:1 using an 8-sized block.
Subclavian vein puncture has faster learning curve, and the success rate is generally high.[sup][4] However, due to its anatomic characteristics, complications are relatively common, including pneumothorax, hemopneumothorax, inadvertent subclavian artery puncture, brachial nerve plexus injury, subclavian crush syndrome, and electrode lead fracture.[sup][1],[2] The cephalic vein was proposed to be an alternate access.
The procedure commenced with venogram-guided extrathoracic left subclavian vein puncture, and a pocket was created for the generator under the left precordia.
Subclavian vein puncture is commonly performed to insert the lead for permanent pacemakers and implantable defibrillators.
The contract was divided into 8 parts - Part 1: cardioverter defibrillator resynchronizujacy,- Part 2: starter resynchronizujacy multipolar- Part 3: starter resynchronizujacy,- Part 4: cardioverter defibrillator with atrial sensing signals,- Part 5: cardioverter defibrillator DDD,- Part 6: dual chamber pacemaker,- Part 7: starter jednojamowy,- Part 8: subclavian vein puncture.
Introducery a peel-away to the subclavian vein puncture - 1600 pcs.