subclavian vein


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Related to subclavian vein: subclavian artery, brachiocephalic vein, axillary vein
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Synonyms for subclavian vein

a continuation of the axillary vein

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The puncture was performed in the plane where the junction of the internal jugular and subclavian veins were scanned and the carotid artery remained separated from the veins.
Pneumothorax occurred during subclavian vein catheterization and the other complications occurred durin femoral vein catheterization.
Subclavian vein catheterization can cause central venous stenosis, which can make it impossible to use that side of the body for hemodialysis access--cutting the patient's access choices in half.
To maintain normothermia, an IVTM catheter was inserted via the right subclavian vein.
Phrenic nerve palsy: a rare complication of indwelling subclavian vein catheter.
It then continues up under the left brachiocephalic vein, feeding into the venous circulation at or near the junction of the internal jugular and left subclavian veins at the base of the neck (4).
However the lead was left in place because of the dense adherences and another pacemaker was introduced through left subclavian vein.
4) In the course of normal development, the deep parts of cephalic venous ring along the medial end of the clavicle forms the subclavian vein and receives the external jugular vein as a tributary.
Cool Line has a two-balloon catheter that enters the superior vena cava by way of the subclavian vein.
An infected thrombus over the subclavian vein was detected by venous duplex and thought to be an unresolved focus.
Morros attempted to insert the Permacath into the patient's right subclavian vein.
Unfortunately, CVC placements are risky procedures and are typically performed by inserting a large catheter into one of the patient's major vessels: the jugular vein (neck), femoral vein (groin), or the subclavian vein (chest).
Introducery peel-away to puncture the subclavian vein.
Superior vena cava syndrome with bilateral jugular and subclavian vein thrombosis.
The subclavian artery travels through the interscalene triangle with the plexus, while the subclavian vein courses anteriorly to the anterior scalene muscle.