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UE thromus is rare, but usually caused by what? indwelling catheter
When doing an UEV study what is the best position to have your patient in? Supine (removes hydrostatic pressure)
The right subclavian vein splits into what two veins? Axillary vein and Cephalic vein
the cephalic and basilic veins connect to form what? Median Cubital Vein
The median cubital vein is a common site for thrombus, why? common site for venipuncture
This is a spontaneous thrombosis of subclavian-axillary vein? Paget-Schroetter syndrome
This sydrome has increased venous pressure, edema of neck, face, and arms. SVC syndrome
Which two veins are usually used for CABG? GSV & SSV
Vein diameters of _____ ___ have higher graft patency rates? >2.5 mm
This determines palmer arch patency. Allen's Test
Created by: abferguson