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Peripheral intravenous cannulation

Peripheral intravenous cannulation: reducing pain and local complications

Although peripheral IV cannulation has been part of the scope of professional practice for registered nurses and appropriately trained support workers, such as healthcare assistants and assistant...

Investigating the effect of local warming on vein diameter in the antecubital area in adults aged 20-40 years

The present study was a prospective, non-randomised trial that was performed in the radiology department of a hospital affiliated with Guilan University of Medical Sciences. It involved 55 healthy...

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