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Residency Curriculum | Resuscitation and Critically Ill Patients:

Week 5, Round 1: Vascular Access Procedures

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AUTHORS:
Elisha Paul DeKoning
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide > Venous and Intraosseous Access in Adults
Required
Chapter
AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Intravenous and Intraosseous Access in Infants and Children
Required
Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Medicine Procedures, 2e > Chapter 48. Venipuncture and Peripheral Intravenous Access
Required
Chapter
AccessMedicine > Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e > Vascular Access
Required
Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Ma and Mateer's Emergency Ultrasound, 3e > Chapter 21. Vascular Access
Required
Chapter
AccessEmergency Medicine > Emergency Medicine Procedures, 2e > Chapter 49. Central Venous Access
Required
Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Peripheral Vascular Access > Peripheral Vascular Access
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Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Intraosseous Line Placement EZ-IO > Intraosseous Line Placement EZ-IO
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Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Intraosseous Line Placement > Intraosseous Line Placement
Required
Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Central Vascular Access Examples > Central Vascular Access Examples
Required
Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Central Vascular Access Tips > Central Vascular Access Tips
Required
Video
AccessEmergency Medicine > Ultrasound: Femoral Vein Cannulation > Ultrasound: Femoral Vein Cannulation
Required
External Activity
Discussion Questions Supplemental File: Resuscitation Discussion Questions - Vascular Access.docx
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Access Test (Specific questions)
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