Step 1: Cephalic catheter placement

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Feb 25, 2010
By dvm360.com staff
veterinary
 
This patient is laying in lateral recumbency, but the patient can also be in sternal recumbency. Generously clip the area around the cephalic vein to remove all the fur.
 

More in this package:
Introduction
Step 1: Clip the area
Step 2: Locate the cephalic vein
Step 3: Disinfect the area
Step 4: Insert the catheter
Step 5: Troubleshoot catheter placement
Step 6: See final catheter placement
Step 7: Place T-set adaptor
Step 8: See final T-set placement
Step 9: Tape catheter