Vol - 25, Issue - 6
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-01-06-2020-493
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Abstract : Insertion of central venous catheters into the internal jugular vein, the procedure is often associated with complications, with arterial puncture occurring most commonly. We reported a 60 years old woman in which open surgery was performed following the misplacement of tunneling hemodialysis catheter into the carotid artery. From the intraoperative findings, the catheter had passed through the right internal jugular vein, tunneled into right common carotid artery and the tip of the catheter entered the aorta. When the internal carotid artery was opened, we observed that there was no thrombus formation around the hemodialysis catheter and occluded the artery. Early open surgery performed as soon as possible in the accidental misplacement of a hemodialysis catheter is recognized. There is no serious complication has found such as major stroke due to intra-arterial thrombus occur because of an arterial misplacement of the hemodialysis catheter

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