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Perioperative complications: extravascular / perivascular injection

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Jo Murrell


Introduction

Extravascular/perivascular injection
  • Where some or all of an intravenous injection is inadvertently administered outside of the vein.
  • This occurs most commonly outside the vein (extravascular).
  • It also occurs when some of the injection is administered within the vessel wall (perivascular) but not into the bloodstream.

Causes

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Outcomes

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Prevention

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Treatment

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

  • Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource.
  • Mayer M N, Grier C K, Yoshikawa H et al (2008) Complications associated with the use of vascular access ports in dogs receiving external beam radiation therapy. JAVMA 233 (1), 96-103 PubMed.

 

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