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Subclavian Catheterization for Haemodialysis


Subclavian Catheterization is a reliable and safe procedure performed to treat patients suffering from end-stage renal disease. Minor surgery is done to get access (entrance) to the blood vessel to get the blood into the dialyzer. In Subclavian Catheterization for Haemodialysis, the subclavian vein is used to gain access to the central venous system. A catheter is placed in the subclavian vein in the chest.