Medical Education Symposium

First Author Information

Jordan Tozer, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Additional Author(s) Information

Michael Vitto, DO Michael Joyce, MD Lindsay Taylor, MD David Evans, MD

Presentation Format

Poster

Type of Activity

Innovation

Original Presentation Date

2018

Date of Submission

April 2018

Abstract/Short Description

Central Venous Catheter Confirmation by Ultrasonography: A Novel Instructional Protocol

References

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