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Percutaneous vascular access guided by color duplex sonography

Color duplex sonography (CDS) is primarily applied as a diagnostic procedure. It has not yet established itself as an aid in punctures or other interventions. The aim of this study was to evaluate the value of CDS in arterial and venous vascular punctures. One hundred and sixty-five CDS-assisted vas... Full description

Journal Title: European Radiology Nov 1997, Vol.7(9), pp.1501-4
Main Author: Wacker, F
Other Authors: Wolf, K-J , Fobbe, F
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title: Percutaneous vascular access guided by color duplex sonography
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  • Femoral Vein–Methods
  • Femoral Vein–Methods
  • Humans–Methods
  • Middle Aged–Methods
  • Prospective Studies–Methods
  • Punctures–Methods
  • Ultrasonography, Doppler, Duplex–Methods
  • Ultrasonography, Interventional–Methods
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description: Color duplex sonography (CDS) is primarily applied as a diagnostic procedure. It has not yet established itself as an aid in punctures or other interventions. The aim of this study was to evaluate the value of CDS in arterial and venous vascular punctures. One hundred and sixty-five CDS-assisted vascular punctures were performed in a prospective study after three unsuccessful palpation-guided vasopunctures or in the absence of a palpable pulse. All CDS-assisted punctures were successful. The duration of each attempted puncture showed no statistically significant difference compared with the palpation-guided puncture technique. In the cases with three unsuccessful palpation-guided vascular punctures, the CDS-assisted technique was successful after 1.66 attempts on the average. It is concluded that CDS-assisted vascular puncture is a fast and safe alternative for puncturing a pulseless vessel or for puncturing under difficult conditions.[PUBLICATION ]
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abstractColor duplex sonography (CDS) is primarily applied as a diagnostic procedure. It has not yet established itself as an aid in punctures or other interventions. The aim of this study was to evaluate the value of CDS in arterial and venous vascular punctures. One hundred and sixty-five CDS-assisted vascular punctures were performed in a prospective study after three unsuccessful palpation-guided vasopunctures or in the absence of a palpable pulse. All CDS-assisted punctures were successful. The duration of each attempted puncture showed no statistically significant difference compared with the palpation-guided puncture technique. In the cases with three unsuccessful palpation-guided vascular punctures, the CDS-assisted technique was successful after 1.66 attempts on the average. It is concluded that CDS-assisted vascular puncture is a fast and safe alternative for puncturing a pulseless vessel or for puncturing under difficult conditions.[PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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