Pediatric Vascular Access Surgery
Vascular access establishment in the pediatric patient, although usually fairly straightforward, can prove a formidable task. This chapter deals with the complications, risks, and consequences of vascular access procedures in the pediatric patient. For information concerning other procedures, refer to the relevant chapter and volume.
KeywordsInternal Jugular Vein Systemic Sepsis Multisystem Organ Failure Bilateral Pneumothorax Silastic Catheter
Further Reading, References, and Resources
Central Venous Line Insertion
Tunneled Internal Jugular Line Insertion
Open/Percutaneous Venous Access Devices (Including Infusion-Port) Insertion
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