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Journal:   ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN MEDICINE   JUNE 2016 , Volume 6 , Number 3; Page(s) 0 To 0.
 
Paper: 

CENTRAL VENOUS CANNULATION OF THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN USING ULTRASOUND-GUIDED AND ANATOMICAL LANDMARK TECHNIQUES

 
 
Author(s):  FATHI MEHDI, IZANLOO AZRA, JAHANBAKHSH SAEED*, TAGHAVI GILANI MEHRYAR, MAJIDZADEH ALI, SABRI BENHANGI AZAM, PARAVI NASER
 
* FACULTY OF MEDICINE, MASHHAD UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, MASHHAD, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Background: Central venous cannulation is a current and important procedure used in the operating room and intensive care unit. Some studies have shown that the application of ultrasound-guided cannulation can improve the success rate of surgery, save time, reduce the number of required needlesticks, and mitigate many complications compared to anatomical landmark-guided cannulation.
Objectives: The aim of the present study was to drawa comparison between central venous cannulation of the internal jugular vein using ultrasound-guided and anatomical landmark-guided techniques.
PatientsandMethods: Atotal of 321 patients scheduled for cardiac surgery in the surgicalward of a general hospital were randomly treated with central venous cannulation using either anatomical landmarks (150 patients) or ultrasound guidance (170 patients).
The demographic data of patients, the success rate of cannulation, the execution time, and the number of attempts for successful cannulation as well as the complications were recorded and subjected to statistical analysis.
Results: The success rate of cannulation was 98.7% in the anatomical landmark-guided group and 99.4% in the ultrasound-guided group. The average operation times were 46.05 and 45.46 seconds in the anatomical landmark and ultrasound-guided groups, respectively.
The two groups were not significantly different in terms of the success rates of treatment, the number of attempts, the time required for successful cannulation, or the prevalence of complications (P>0.05) other than carotid artery puncture (P=0.04) Conclusions: In our conditions, the use of an anatomical landmark-guided procedure was the preferred treatment method due to limited resources and a lack of adequate training.

 
Keyword(s): INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN, ULTRASOUND, ANATOMIC LANDMARK
 
 
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FATHI, M., & IZANLOO, A., & JAHANBAKHSH, S., & TAGHAVI GILANI, M., & MAJIDZADEH, A., & SABRI BENHANGI, A., & PARAVI, N. (2016). CENTRAL VENOUS CANNULATION OF THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN USING ULTRASOUND-GUIDED AND ANATOMICAL LANDMARK TECHNIQUES. ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN MEDICINE, 6(3), 0-0. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509928



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FATHI MEHDI, IZANLOO AZRA, JAHANBAKHSH SAEED, TAGHAVI GILANI MEHRYAR, MAJIDZADEH ALI, SABRI BENHANGI AZAM, PARAVI NASER. CENTRAL VENOUS CANNULATION OF THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN USING ULTRASOUND-GUIDED AND ANATOMICAL LANDMARK TECHNIQUES. ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN MEDICINE. 2016 [cited 2021August02];6(3):0-0. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509928



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FATHI, M., IZANLOO, A., JAHANBAKHSH, S., TAGHAVI GILANI, M., MAJIDZADEH, A., SABRI BENHANGI, A., PARAVI, N., 2016. CENTRAL VENOUS CANNULATION OF THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN USING ULTRASOUND-GUIDED AND ANATOMICAL LANDMARK TECHNIQUES. ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN MEDICINE, [online] 6(3), pp.0-0. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=509928.



 
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