Anyone done it? Midclavicular or midaxillary? Results? I did for the first time on my last shift, and there was a pretty huge pucker factor. Writhing and severe crepitus at the midclavicular site forced me to go midaxillary. I heard a small escape of air, but couldn't aspirate much with the syringe, and that made me second guess myself for a moment, but then the pt. said he could breathe easier, slowed down his RR, sats picked up, return of LS, etc. Just wondering what y'alls experiences were with this. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!