Uploaded by William West on November 10, 2017 at 11:25 pm
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that's a huge help for the doctors!
Ahhh shit. That is not for the faint of heart.
1:38 is when something falls off the clamps into the cut so if this was a real operation then please check your tools
Nice demo….after cannulating the vein, should be release the distal ligature on the vein or allow it to be there?
So is this your go-to technique when IO devices and ultrasound are not available? Otherwise, I thought this technique had fallen out of favor due to a high rate of complication.
Hi, in what particular case is this good for? I mean it is easier and less traumatic for the patient to puncture more superficial part of the saphena, v. basilica, v. cephalica, v. jugularis interna, v. subclavia all of them vith ultrasound guidance… I cant imagine a case in which this is a good option. also time, it is not faster as the ultrasound guided puncturing. Excuse my english and THX
i have a question when you pass IV fluid through this tube then what will happen to the air inside this tube wont the fluid carry the air inside the tube to the vein and cause air embolism?
Thx doctor 🙂
Had successful venous cutdown on 8 month old infant immediately after viewing this with same technique done. Thanks a lot
Thank you very much doctor!
i really like to be a surgeon one day
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