Dr. Oron Frenkel, MD

All veins should be easily collapsible under direct pressure from the ultrasound transducer. Here the lack of collapse of the internal jugular coupled with an obvious hyperechoic mass suggests a thrombus in this vein making cannulation ill-advised.

Specialties: Critical Care, EMED, EMS, Vascular Access
Applications: Vascular

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