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Challenges Faced in Vascular Access Care: A Patient Case

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    Infections often occur in patients receiving nutrients through central venous catheters—so often that any one of them can be fatal. Here to review a memorable patient case with Dr. Jennifer Caudle is Dr. Kevin Baskin, an interventional radiologist from Pittsburgh. Dr. Baskin breaks down his approach and the complex challenges he and his vascular access team encountered while caring for a seven-year-old boy with intestinal failure due to short gut syndrome.

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    Infections often occur in patients receiving nutrients through central venous catheters—so often that any one of them can be fatal. Here to review a memorable patient case with Dr. Jennifer Caudle is Dr. Kevin Baskin, an interventional radiologist from Pittsburgh. Dr. Baskin breaks down his approach and the complex challenges he and his vascular access team encountered while caring for a seven-year-old boy with intestinal failure due to short gut syndrome.

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