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Puncture of a vessel located and exposed by an incision transverse to its course can be done reliably and easily by approaching it with a needle which punctures the skin away from the incision and whose point travels subcutaneously until it appears in the depth of wound over the bared vessel where it punctures it at a very acute angle and under the guidance of the eye.
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- A Method of Rapid Transfusion Into Femoral Vessels in Patients Without Adequate Peripheral Veins.Surgery. 1947; 21: 659
- Infusionskatheter.Zentralbl. f. Chir. 1936; 63: 2059
Received: October 14, 1947
© 1948 Published by Elsevier Inc.