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A randomized comparison between an intravenous catheter system with a retractable guidewire and conventional intravenous catheters.

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Summary of "A randomized comparison between an intravenous catheter system with a retractable guidewire and conventional intravenous catheters."

The aim of this study is to compare an intravenous (IV) catheter system which uses a retractable guidewire (RG-IV) designed to facilitate IV placement with a conventional IV (C-IV) catheter control.

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Name: The journal of vascular access
ISSN: 1724-6032
Pages: 0

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