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Subclavian Central line placement with Ultrasound -STOP AND LEARN

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Dr Haney Mallemat ,Twitter tag @CriticalCareNow, shares the best training presentation on Subclavian USS guided CVC placement

I met Haney Mallemat, an EM doctor in Baltimore, Maryland, USA yesterday on Google Hangout and he shared this SUPERB teaching presentation on Subclavian USS guided CVC placement. I have followed him on Twitter for a while and when I saw a tweet about him giving a hangout talk on this topic, I had to see it for myself!

Since Haney published his talk on his own website, Ultrarounds, Seth Trueger published a great commentary article on the presentation and Haney posted some fantastic comments that you should all read here on MD Aware blog.

I must admit I have only ever placed Subclavian lines blindly but now will use my ultrasound with Haney’s technique.




4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Eman #

    Very good, he presented everything related to this procedure. Thank you

    December 5, 2012
  2. maxretti #

    Amazing Video!!

    March 22, 2013
  3. Yolly #

    I did my first subclavian under ultrasound guidance yesterday – this covers all you need to know – v. Helpful!

    October 22, 2013
  4. Dr. Immortal Germany #

    Hello….this is maybe the only resource on the web that explains the ”in-plane” approach to SV catheter, which is very safe….I did my first one following the steps in this video…
    Great Job …. K. A. Germany

    May 27, 2014

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