Indwelling Access Devices

Published on 04/03/2015 by admin

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Chapter 41 Indwelling Access Devices


Figure 41-2 Totally implanted Hickman subcutaneous (central venous access) port with a noncoring needle in place.

(Modified from Hickman Subcutaneous Port, Use, and Maintenance and How to Care for Your Hickman or Broviac Catheter. Cranston, RI, Davol Inc.)