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A venous catheter for temporary hemodialysis access

View full-sized image Drawing of a venous catheter for temporary hemodialysis access. The catheter is inserted through the skin near the collar bone. The catheter is connected to the  large vein from the heart. The other end of the catheter branches into two portals.
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Drawing of a venous catheter for temporary hemodialysis access. The catheter is inserted through the skin near the collar bone. The catheter is connected to the large vein from the heart. The other end of the catheter branches into two portals.

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Drawing of a venous catheter for temporary hemodialysis access. The catheter is inserted through the skin near the collar bone. The catheter is connected to the large vein from the heart. The other end of the catheter branches into two portals.

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Venous catheter for temporary hemodialysis access.

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