Fainting associated with starting parenteral nutrition

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“We present a case of a boy who had fainting episodes due to dislocation of a central venous catheter” Pederiva et al (2015).

Reference:

Pederiva, F., Barbi, E., Zennaro, F. and Neri, E. (2015) Fainting Starting Parenteral Nutrition. Pediatric Emergency Care. April 7th. .

Abstract:

Complications such as mechanical accidents, infections, and thrombosis are commonly described in the presence of a central venous catheter. We present a case of a boy who had fainting episodes due to dislocation of a central venous catheter.

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