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Medcomp Split Stream Insertion 2
This video shows the insertion of the Medcomp Splitsream Dialysis catheter using an over the wire technique and no peelaway sheath. This new version of the line has a new type of extension for connection. Dr Phil Haslam, Consultant..... read more
25 February 2014 | 2 Comments
GE V Scan
A demonstration of the GE V scan used to scan a patient with a pleural effusion. Dr Phil Haslam Consultant Interventional Radiologist Freeman Hopsital Newcastle upon Tyne. .. read more
21 January 2012 | 3 Comments
Medcomp split stream catheter over the wire insertion
This video demonstrates the technique for inserting the Medomp Split Stream Dialysis catheter using an 'over the wire' technique without a peelaway sheath. This is particularly useful for left sided punctures where you may not be able to..... read more
08 September 2011 | 0 Comments
Medcomp Split stream catheter insertion
This video shows our first attempt to insert the Split Stream catheter from Medcomp, a variation on the Ash split catheter. The advantage of this catheter is that the tip can be accurately placed prior to tunneling. The catheter connectors can..... read more
05 May 2011 | 0 Comments
Dialysis line insertion
This video demonstrates my technique for insertion of a tunelled dialysis line. The line used is a Medcomp split catheter, but the technique is essentially the same for other catheters. Dr Phil Haslam Consultant Interventional Radiologist .. read more
01 March 2008 | 3 Comments

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