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Fine-bore peripheral catheters versus central venous catheters for delivery of intravenous nutrition.
We present a descriptive study of 229 consecutive inpatients requiring intravenous nutrition. These patients received either complete peripheral intravenous nutrition via a fine-bore silicone… Expand
Peripheral versus central intravenous nutrition: Comparison of two delivery systems
Forty‐six surgical patients who required intravenous nutrition (IVN) were randomly allocated to receive complete IVN by a peripheral (n = 23) or central (n = 23) venous delivery system. The… Expand
Tortuous and aberrant external iliac artery precluding radical retropubic prostatectomy for prostate cancer.
A sixty-eight-year-old black man with clinical Stage A1 (T1a) adenocarcinoma of the prostate was found to have a tortuous and redundant left external iliac artery directly overlying the superior… Expand