Central Line Insertion

Sites for insertion-internal jugular vein in neck

  • Subclavian vein
  • Femoral vein

After proper aseptic precautions with the help of sonography machine the desired vein is located and the central line catheter which is pre heparinized is inserted under sonography guidance.

Placement is checked and confirmed radiologically.


  • central venous monitoring
  • Long term parentral medication
  • Parentral nutrition
  • Chemotherapy
  • Failure of peripheral line i insertion due to invisibility of peripheral veins

Haematoma formation, Air embolism, Pneumothorax

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