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Open Heart Surgery - Placement of Schwann-Ganz Catheter
Item ID: EM00033-E   Source ID: 2

Description: This full color medical illustration depicts the placement of a Schwann-Ganz Catheter into a subclavian vein of a woman. The catheter extends down through the superior vena cava and into the heart, and is used to measure hemodynamics during open heart surgery, particular pulmonary capillary pressure (PCP). The thoracic organs, abdominal organs, and major blood vessels... More

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This full color medical illustration depicts the placement of a Schwann-Ganz Catheter into a subclavian vein of a woman. The catheter extends down through the superior vena cava and into the heart, and is used to measure hemodynamics during open heart surgery, particular pulmonary capillary pressure (PCP). The thoracic organs, abdominal organs, and major blood vessels are also visible in this drawing.

Max Image Size: 1610 pixels wide by 2144 pixels high


 
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