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Central Line Placement The Animal Emergency Clinic Puget Sound Veterinary Referral Center, PLLC
Lidocaine Injection Provides local anesthetic.
Sterile Gloves Maintains sterility for the placement of the central line.
Initial Puncture Use the catheter provided.
Ensure you have a good flash back. Remove needle. Leaving only the catheter.
Threading the Stylet Straighten stylet end. Place onto end of catheter. Advance with your thumb.
Remove stylet case. Remove catheter. Leaving only long stylet in vein.
Tissue separator Thread tissue separator onto stylet. Advance through skin. Provides larger access. Remove tissue separator. Leave stylet in place.
Main catheter Thread main catheter onto stylet. Feed into vein.
Remove Stylet Place pressure at puncture site. Remove stylet.
Caps Keep pressure on puncture site with gauze. Place caps on all ports.
Home Stretch Placement almost complete. Caps on all ports.
Clean Clean area to remove excess blood.
Flushing Flush all ports to ensure good flow.
Sample collection Check sample flow at all ports. Flush after.
Suturing Place needle through anchor hole provided. Peirce skin. Thread suture through needle. Remove needle. Both sides.
Suturing Make loose loops ensuring less tension on skin. Place a couple of ties on each side.
Blue Caps Place blue caps on all ports.
Bandaging Place Telfa pad over catheter. Apply roll gauze around neck.
Bandaging Cover gauze with vet wrap. Use tape to secure lines.
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