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Technique for percutaneous cannulation of the radial artery in the newborn infant



Technique for percutaneous cannulation of the radial artery in the newborn infant



Journal of Pediatrics 92(1): 105-107



Cannulation of the radial artery is a safe, accessible alternative to catheterization of the umbilical artery to secure blood for gas sampling and for monitoring blood pressure in the critically ill human neonate. Recent experience with percutaneous cannula placement diminished the need for the more traditional cutdown procedure. The use of a fiberoptic light source further improved the success of percutaneous radial artery cannulation.

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