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On "unnecessary" ED visits: background reading

Here are a bunch of very informative pieces on why trying to blame excessive costs or busy-ness on low acuity patients in the ED is, at be...

October 22, 2011

Central line tips and tricks.


It's kit-ology until about 15:00, then a few tricks that I teach people.

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  1. one of the problems I have with the using the angiocath needle (as opposed to the seldinger needle) is that it seems I don't always get the flash into the syringe, even with negative pressure. not sure if this is because there's less of a seal between the needle and syringe, or there's air leak around the angiocath, or just that the needle's smaller. thoughts?

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