Brachiocephalic veins: an overlooked approach for central venous catheterization.

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Central venous access is important in both assessment and treatment of the patient. In modern clinical practice, a percutaneous approach is preferred. The well-established subclavian and internal jugular vein catheterization techniques, however, still carry the risk of major acute complications. In this article we describe a trial study of a percutaneous… (More)

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