V L Kierstead

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Peripherally inserted central catheters that resist removal occur in 8 of 829 catheters (0.965%). Several causes may be responsible as the reason for this phenomenon, such as infectious process, fibrin formation, and endothelial thrombosis. This article describes venospasm as confirmed by ultrasound as the cause. Removal in all but one catheter was(More)
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