CENTRAL LINES AND ARTERIAL LINES. SHARON HARVEY 26/01/04. LEARNING OUTCOMES THE STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO:-. IDENTIFY A CENTRAL LINE AND ARTERIAL LINE DISCUSS THE INDICATIONS FOR CENTRAL LINES AND ARTERIAL LINES DISCUSS THE COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH CENTRAL LINES AND ARTERIAL LINES
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left internal jugular
femoral (as a last resort)
Or peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC) which are inserted via the antecubital veins (basilic vein is the best) in the arm and is advanced into the central veinsCOMMON CENTRAL LINE INSERTION SITES
(INCREASED VENOUS RETURN RAISES CVP
INTRATHORACIC AND INTRAPERITONEAL PRESSURE (RAISES CVP)
SYSTEMIC VASCULAR RESISTENCE (INCREASED TONE RAISES CVP)