Malpositioned central venous catheters occurs in about 7% of central line placements. A malpositioned central line is any central venous catheter where the tip is located anywhere other than the superior vena cava (SVC) for internal jugular lines or subclavian…
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The SARS-COV-2 pandemic started in January 2020 and has decimated the majority of U.S. hospitals for the past 18 months. The impact of COVID-19 has not only affected available hospital beds, but has limited the ability of hospitals to perform…
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The evidence base for the safety of ultrasound-guided central line placement with thrombocytopenia or in patients with a bleeding diathesis is not robust.  Nevertheless, based on the data available most procedural experts feels that an ultrasound-guided central venous catheter insertion…
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