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Posted by Lizzy Ostwald on 7 October 2021
What is an umbilical catheter? Umbilical catheterisation is a procedure performed by highly skilled neonatal clinicians shorty after birth in premature or critically unwell neonates1. The procedure allows for central venous and arterial access, enabling administration of medications and fluids, painless blood drawing, and continuous blood pressure monitoring2,3. Umbilical venous catheters are inserted through the umbilical vein and travel through the ductus venosus, through to the inferior ...
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