For all of us who have placed a central line with the seldinger technique, you know that there is a risk that your needle will become displaced when trying to dislodge the syringe and place the guidewire. This causes increased time, multiple sticks, and pure frustration.
Patients with cerebellar hemorrhage are more likely to have rapidly progressive symptoms and may require more aggressive interventions than patients with other forms of intra-cerebral hemorrhage
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