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To medical professionals, they are called “peripherally inserted central catheter lines” and “Sapiens TCS.” To Mary Law of Surprise, they are “a miracle.” This summer, Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center began using an X-ray free device that allows doctors to determine better placement of peripherally inserted central catheter lines, or PICC lines.
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