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Interosseous Cannulation, a Life Saving Vascular Access in Resuscitation of an Infant in Cardiac Arrest

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  • Department of Anaesthesiology & Critical Care, Subharti Medical College, Meerut, India

Abstract


We present a case of 2 months old critically ill child who developed cardiac arrest while securing central venous access under ultra-sonographic technique. Successful resuscitation by administering fluid and drugs through prompt establishment of intra osseous access saved the life of an infant.

Keywords

Cardiac Arrest, Intra Osseous Route, Pediatric Emergency, Resuscitation.

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