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Siting central venous catheters precisely by means of the ECG method - A Reliability Study
Introduction: For central venous catheters (CVC) to function properly, optimal tip location is of utmost importance. One technique to verify CVC position is the ECG method. Nowadays, the ECG method is applied using the maximum P-wave amplitude (P-max). The hypothesis is that a method believed to be precise in assessing CVC position can provide the same results for CVC tip positions regardless of their respective insertion sites. Methods: Only critically ill patients with multiple organdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-2196359/v1 fatcat:rbuxfycox5hehorlvgup7c6x64