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Correct vs. Incorrect Placement of Umbilical Catheter in Newborn
Correct vs. Incorrect Placement of Umbilical Catheter in Newborn

This stock medical exhibit displays the correct and incorrect placement of an umbilical catheter in a newborn. It consists of three images. The first image is an overall view of the anatomy of an infant. The second image shows the correct placement of the umbilical catheter and the third image shows the incorrect placement of the umbilical catheter.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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