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Bon Ku, MD, MPP
Ultrasound Guided Venous Access
Bon Ku, MD, MPP
01/14/2012 | Time : 13 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Internal jugular vein access, Agency for health care research and quality , NHS guidelines, Excuses, Technique, Linear probe, Sterile technique, Sterile “gloved” technique, Patient positioning, Sonographic anatomy, Anatomy, Landmarks are not so obvious, Transverse versus longitudinal, Longitudinal, Transverse, Identifying internal jugular vein, Identify internal jugular vein, Compression of IJ, General principles, Probe marker orientation, General principles , Scan and center vein, General principles, Angle of needle to probe, Ring down artifact, Deformation of vessel wall, Pearls (transverse approach), Peripheral venous access, “Doc, you gotta use the ultrasound to find my veins”, Anatomy, Transverse approach, Compression of vein, Basilic vein compression, ATUL Gawande , Checklist

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Keywords : basilic vein, cephalic vein, common carotid artery, internal jugular vein, longitudinal plane, peripheral venous access, pneumothorax, ring down artifact, sternocleidomastoid muscle, transverse plane, venous access ultrasound

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