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Central venous catheterization--right internal jugular vein approach.Academic Article Why?
Funaki, Brian S.Person Why?
Catheterization, Central VenousConcept Why?
Tung, AveryPerson Why?
Navuluri, RakeshPerson Why?
Apfelbaum, JeffreyPerson Why?
A 4.42% reduction in the cross-sectional area of a jugular vein cannot result in doubling of the intracranial pressure.Academic Article Why?
A multicenter evaluation of a new continuous cardiac output pulmonary artery catheter system.Academic Article Why?
A phase III, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of tenecteplase for improvement of hemodialysis catheter function: TROPICS 3.Academic Article Why?
A prospective randomized trial of ultrasound- vs landmark-guided central venous access in the pediatric population.Academic Article Why?
A randomized, controlled trial evaluating postinsertion neck ultrasound in peripherally inserted central catheter procedures.Academic Article Why?
A rare anesthetic complication involving central line access during lumbar spine surgery: a case report and review.Academic Article Why?
A technique for inserting inadvertently removed tunneled hemodialysis catheters using existing subcutaneous tracts.Academic Article Why?
ACR Appropriateness Criteria® Radiologic Management of Central Venous Access.Academic Article Why?
Are routine chest radiographs necessary after image-guided placement of internal jugular central venous access devices?Academic Article Why?
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