Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, December 13th, 2008
"This drainage guide attachment has a central groove for catheter placement and a removable cover. Thus, the cover may be removed after catheter placement to allow the catheter to stay in place while the rest of the drainage guide attachment and the ultrasound probe are removed from the patient," wrote J.P. Mcgahan and colleagues, University of California.
The researchers concluded: "Our findings indicate that a new...
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