A 31-year-old female underwent an electrophysiology procedure wherein 4 vascular sheaths were placed. Following the procedure, as one of the vascular sheaths was pulled out, clinicians noted that it was broken. Emergent fluoroscopy revealed part of the vascular sheath was left behind in the soft tissue and was removed surgically. This case report describes the complications associated with vascular sheaths and reiterates the correct methods of handling them.
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