This case involves an 18-year-old female that was suffering from a severe asthma attack when she was taken to the ER. Upon being admitted, she was placed on a central line due to recurrent unstable blood pressure values. After a week in the hospital, the patient was discharged and upon her arrival at home she collapsed and was rushed back to the ER. At this point, it was discovered she had an air embolism that resulted in a severe stroke and has left her in a persistent vegetative state. The patient is on life support and requires the placement of an intravenous total parenteral nutrition line (TPN).