[Comparative characteristics of the variants of vascular approach during performing hemosorption in patients with acute poisoning].

In performance of hemosorption in 108 patients with acute intoxications, 210 manipulations of Seldinger's central venous puncture and catheterization, Skribner's arteriovenous shunting, section of the basal brachial vein were accomplished. In 23 (10.1%) patients, the complications developed: hematoma at the site of puncture--in 10, puncture of the… (More)