Agitated saline bubble-enhanced ultrasound for assessing central line position

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The primary aim of this prospective study, which was performed in ventilated, critically ill patients with AKI, was to compare agitated saline bubble−enhanced ultrasound with bedside chest radiography for the confirmation of appropriate positioning of hemodialysis catheter” da Hora Passos et al (2017).

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The primary aim of this prospective study, which was performed in ventilated, critically ill patients with AKI, was to compare agitated saline bubble−enhanced ultrasound with bedside chest radiography for the confirmation of appropriate positioning of hemodialysis catheter. The secondary aim was to compare agitated saline bubble−enhanced ultrasound and bedside chest radiography completion times.

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da Hora Passos, R., Ribeiro, M., Neves, J., Rosa Ramos, J.G., Lima Oliveira, A.V., Barreto, Z., Ferreira, R., Gomes, C., Pena Batista, P.B. and Rouby, J.J. (2017) Agitated Saline Bubble-Enhanced Ultrasound for Assessing Appropriate Position of Hemodialysis Central Venous Catheter in Critically Ill Patients. Kidney International Reports. 2(5), p.952-956. eCollection.

doi: 10.1016/j.ekir.2017.03.010.

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