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Case study

SonoSite

ultrasound

anesthesiology

vascular access

intravenous catheter placement

Doppler flow

basilica vein

vascular structures

brachial complex

brachial vein

brachial artery

vascular line placement

emergency medicine

critical care

portable ultrasound

Dr. Phillips Perera

emergency department

emergency room

patient

hospital

bedside ultrasound

probe

transducer

anatomy