[Cannulation of the subclavian vein using the subclavicular route: technic of choice for fluid therapy and prolonged total parenteral feeding].

@article{Caminiti1979CannulationOT,
  title={[Cannulation of the subclavian vein using the subclavicular route: technic of choice for fluid therapy and prolonged total parenteral feeding].},
  author={G Caminiti},
  journal={Minerva anestesiologica},
  year={1979},
  volume={45 9},
  pages={673-80}
}
  • G Caminiti
  • Published 1979 in Minerva anestesiologica
The various routes to the large veins and the technique for placing a long-term plastic catheter for fluid therapy and prolonged total parenteral feeding, are described with respective limitations and contraindications. It is considered that cannulation of the subclavian vein by the subclavicular route using Cavafix instrumentation is preferable because it is comparatively easy to carry out complications are limited, and scrupulous asepsis is possible. It can also be applied in any patient even… CONTINUE READING

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