Unique Skill ID: ES93C9AB3F11A5AE7916

Central Venous Access

Central venous access is the process of inserting a catheter into a large vein, typically a vein in the neck, chest, or groin, to administer medications or fluids, monitor central venous pressure, or obtain blood samples. The procedure requires specialized training and is typically performed by trained medical professionals. Complications can include infection, bleeding, and damage to the blood vessel.

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