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Nasogastric tube placement, Subclavian and Central Venous Catheter, Chest tube placement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Nasogastric tube placement, Subclavian and Central Venous Catheter, Chest tube placement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features an overview of the various tubes and catheters. Details of each tube and catheter placement are shown on the right side of the exhibit. These include Nasogastric tube placement, Left subclavian venous catheter, Right internal jugular central venous catheter, Right and Left chest tube placement.

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