Case study describes intra-arterial knotted Seldinger guide wire

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“Seldinger technique is the method for the insertion of a central line. It requires the following steps: cannulation of vessel followed by guide wire insertion, dilation of the tract and the vessel and the insertion and securing of the central line…” Asayas et al (2014).

Reference:

Asayas, B.C., John, P.A. and Takroo, S. (2014) An intra-arterial knotted guide wire. The Indian Journal of Surgery. 76(4), p.331-2.

Abstract:

Central access is essentially an integral part of critical care, both for invasive monitoring and therapeutic interventions. Seldinger technique is the method for the insertion of a central line. It requires the following steps: cannulation of vessel followed by guide wire insertion, dilation of the tract and the vessel and the insertion and securing of the central line followed its maintenance-each of this step has its own complication.

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