Central venous catheter placement is technically difficult in the pediatric population, especially in the newborns. Many studies in adult and pediatric populations have proven a higher success rate and a decreased incidence of complications when ultrasound techniques by either prelocation or intraoperative guidance are used.1 The correct tip position of central venous access device (CVAD) is very important but difficult to obtain in adults and even more difficult in infants.
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