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Safety Assessment of Internal Jugular Cannulation by a Standard Intravenous Catheter in Emergency Department Patients with Difficult Vascular Access

Purpose

The objective of this study is to assess the safety profile of an alternative method to obtain venous access in ED patients who fail established peripheral access methods and do not require hemodynamic monitoring, high-flow boluses, pressors, or dialysis. Phone: 847-275-9193 Email: Faheem.guirgis@jax.ufl.edu

Keywords

safety, ED, peripheral, hemodynamic, dialysis

Principal Investigator

FAHEEM GUIRGIS

Department

JAX EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Contact Information

Faheem.guirgis@jax.ufl.edu
(847) 275-9193

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