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n engl j med 354;15 www.nejm.org april 13, 2006 e13 The new england journal of medicine Placement of an Arterial Line Ken Tegtmeyer, M.D., Glenn Brady, M.D., Susanna Lai, M.P.H.,


STANDARDIZED PROCEDURE ARTERIAL LINE PLACEMENT 1 I. Definition: This protocol covers the task of arterial line placement by an Allied Health Professional.

Arterial Ulcers

15 Hampshire Street Mansfield, MA 02048 1-800-962-9888 Page 1 of 7 Arterial Ulcers General Definition Arterial Insufficiency Ulcers are caused by

Arterial Thrombosis

A blood clot within an artery is known as an arterial thrombosis. Arterial thrombosis is responsible for heart attacks, strokes and peripheral vascular disease (thrombosis in leg arteries).

Segmental pressure and Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI)

ProSono copyright 2006 Physical Examination of the Legs The gross appearance of the patient's legs offers important information helpful in differentiating vascular versus non-vascular and arterial versus venous pathology as the cause of leg pain or other vascular symptoms.

Interpretation of the Arterial Blood Gas

Interpretation of the Arterial Blood Gas Self-Learning Packet * See SWIFT for list of qualifying boards for continuing education hours.


STANDARDIZED PROCEDURE NEONATAL PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL LINE INSERTION 1 I. Definition To place an indwelling artery catheter for the purposes of: 1. Arterial blood sampling.

healing perspectives

What is the prevalence of ulcer-causing arterial insufficiency? Arterial insufficiency is a common diagnosis, particul arly in patients over age 70.

Common misconceptions about monitoring

Direct Arterial Blood Pressure Monitoring Angel M. Rivera CVT, VTS (ECC) Animal Emergency Center Glendale, WI March 2003 Common misconceptions about monitoring

Facts About Peripheral Arterial Disease

Facts About Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.) One in every 20 Americans over the age of 50 has P.A.D., a condition that raises the risk for heart attack and stroke.