PMID: 3619002Jun 1, 1987Paper

Abscess following cannulation of the radial artery

Anaesthesia
S L LindsayB J Collett

Abstract

Local abscess formation, septicaemia and median nerve palsy occurred as complications of radial artery cannulation in a 24-year-old man with malaria. The case is described and the nosocomial infection hazard of arterial cannulation is discussed.

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