Central Venous Catheter

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Central Venous Catheter


A central venous catheter (CVC) is a medical device that is inserted into a large vein in the body to provide access for various medical treatments and interventions. It is commonly used in critical care settings, such as intensive care units (ICUs) and operating rooms, where patients require frequent administration of medications, fluids, blood products, or long-term monitoring.

The central venous catheter is usually inserted into one of the major veins, such as the internal jugular vein, subclavian vein, or femoral vein. The insertion procedure is typically performed by a trained healthcare professional, such as a doctor or a specially trained nurse, under sterile conditions. The catheter is guided into the vein using imaging techniques, such as ultrasound or X-ray, to ensure accurate placement.


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