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The use of percutaneously inserted central catheters (PICCs) is an established practice in most NICUs. With the widespread use of these catheters, an increasing number of PICC complications has been reported in neonates. We present one case of a PICC retained and tethered in the vein in a very low birth weight infant, as well as a systematic review of PICC(More)
Hypersensitivity to stainless steel sternal sutures are an uncommon occurrence. We present a case of such a patient who developed chronic tissue overgranulation over a sternotomy wound eight weeks post-operatively. Primary suspicion was infection, a more common complication however radiological and laboratory investigation showed otherwise. Conservative(More)
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