Review of article: Rüsch, D., Florian Seel, T.K., Eberhart, L. Vapocoolant spray versus lidocaine infiltration for radial artery cannulation: A prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial. J Cardiothoracic and Vascular anesthesia 2017;31:77-83

Review of article: Rüsch, D., Florian Seel, T.K., Eberhart, L. Vapocoolant spray versus lidocaine infiltration for radial artery cannulation: A prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial. J Cardiothoracic and Vascular anesthesia 2017;31:77-83
Accurate measurement of arterial blood pressure is an essential component of patient care management. Patients undergoing surgical and interventional procedures often require direct measurement of blood pressure via an arterial catheter. The indications and necessity for placement of an arterial line are based on the type of operation or interventional procedure, patient condition, comorbidities, anticipated treatment regimen, and/or frequency of blood draws. Placement of an arterial line can contribute to pain and discomfort during insertion. ... read more
Source: Journal of Vascular NursingPublished on 2018-09-01