The CVC removal distress syndrome: An unappreciated

Kim, Dong K.; Gottesman, Malcolm H.; Forero, Armando; Han, Daniel; Myers, David W.; Forlenza, Ronald; Golzarian, Javad
April 1998
American Surgeon;Apr1998, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p344
Academic Journal
Examines the clinical courses of patients with central venous catheter (CVC) removal complications. Discussion of the possible mechanisms of the complications; Guidelines for the safe removal of the CVC; Materials and methods used in the removal of CVC.


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