Unsuspected cerebral perfusion. A complication of the use of a central venous pressure catheter.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 1978
Cardiac resuscitation is accompained by rapidly performed life-saving procedures. Central venous pressure catheters may be inadvertently inserted into the internal jugular vein, and infusion of pharmacologic agents through such a catheter may lead to potentially serious complications. Rapid detection of these iatrogenic complications is required.
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