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Medial saphenous catheterization

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Elisa Mazzaferro


Introduction

  • To insert a catheter into the medial saphenous vein as an intravenous route for the administration of drugs, fluids, etc or for blood sampling.

Uses

Advantages

  • Easily accessible,
  • Easily performed in conscious animal with simple restraint.
  • Bilateral sites available, ie both hindlimbs.

Disadvantages

  • The site is esily accessible for interference by the patient - catheter must be secured adequately and interference prevented, eg using an Elizabethan collar or muzzle.

Requirements

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Preparation

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Procedure

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Aftercare

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