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USI DMS Upper Extremity Venous

What is the number one cause of upper extremity venous thrombosis? Indwelling venous catheter
What are the superficial veins of the upper extremity venous? Basilic vein, Cephalic vein, and Median cubital vein
Why do patients need to be supine for evaluation of the proximal veins? Removes hydrostatic pressure which will allow the veins to collapse.
Where is reverberation artifact and Rouleaux formation commonly seen? Jugular vein
If appropriate, which artery do you use for CABG? Radial artery
Vein diameters of what have a higher graft patency rate? Greater than or equal to 2.5 mm
The optimal transducer selection to insonate the innominate vein in a height-weight proportionate patient is? Curved array 8-5 MHz
When venous thrombosis is classically acute, the vein is? Dilated, with softly echogenic material in the lumen
Normal Doppler flow in the upper extremity central veins is described as? Pulsatile
Common types of upper extremity central venous catheters include? PICC, Hickman, Swan-Ganz
Created by: Tburris5