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Publication Name World Journal of Clinical Cases
Manuscript ID 91211
Country India
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ISSN 2307-8960 (online)
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Category Critical Care Medicine
Manuscript Type Editorial
Article Title Pitfalls in internal jugular vein cannulation
Manuscript Source Invited Manuscript
All Author List Deb Sanjay Nag, Amlan Swain, Seelora Sahu, Bhanu Pratap Swain and Merina Sam
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Corresponding Author Deb Sanjay Nag, MBBS, MD, Doctor, Department of Anaesthesiology, Tata Main Hospital, C Road West, Northern Town, Bistupur, Jamshedpur 831001, Jharkhand, India. ds.nag@tatasteel.com
Key Words Catheterization; Central venous; Complications; Thoracic duct; Arteriovenous fistula; Vocal cord paralysis; Pneumothorax; Cardiac tamponade
Core Tip Central venous catheter placement is widely performed in healthcare settings, including critical care units, operating rooms, emergency departments, and patient-care wards. Although its safety profile has significantly increased with the routine use of ultrasound guidance, it is often associated with potential risks. The internal jugular vein remains the most preferred route for central venous cannulation. Potential complications can be due to anatomical variations or vascular, neural, pulmonary, cardiac, or lymphatic injuries, even with normal anatomy.
Publish Date 2024-04-02 09:09
Citation Nag DS, Swain A, Sahu S, Swain BP, Sam M. Pitfalls in internal jugular vein cannulation. World J Clin Cases 2024; 12(10): 1714-1717
URL https://www.wjgnet.com/2307-8960/full/v12/i10/1714.htm
DOI https://dx.doi.org/10.12998/wjcc.v12.i10.1714
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