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PICC is a safe venous device for chemotherapy delivery. Nevertheless, a 15% rate of failure has to be taken in account when planning PICC insertion
Cook Medical Recalls Central Venous Catheter and Pressure Monitoring Sets and Trays due to Tips that May Split or Separate” FDA (2016). FDA report “Cook
#WoCoVA16 Lisbon Film Festival guidelines and sub,mission options have been published on the WoCoVA website.” #WoCoVA16 report “The WoCoVA Film Festival sessions create an opportunity
B. Braun recently identified an adverse quality trend in customer complaints reporting that some containers in lot J5J706 exhibited leakage and, in a few instances,
We report a case where 2% chlorhexidine (CHX) gluconate was mistaken for an anesthetic solution and infiltrated into the buccal vestibule during routine root canal
International guidelines for the prevention of intravascular CRIs favor using chlorhexidine-alcohol (CHG-OH) solutions for skin preparation before insertion of central venous catheters and peripheral arterial
The presented case describes an endovascular technique which includes stripping, capture, and removal of fibrin sheath using a novel filter device” Sotiriadis et al (2016).
Several complications are known to be related to central venous catheter, of which the uncommon cardiac tamponade (CT), hardly recognized and associated with high mortality”
We present a case of acute compartment syndrome resulting from intravenous infusion due to proximal placement of a patient identification bracelet” Zafar et al (2016).
Although administration of chemotherapy prior to autologous stem cell transplantation in the outpatient setting has been reported as safe and cost-effective, many limitations exist with
The focus of this article is to provide oncology nurses and physicians with advice for obinutuzumab IRR management based on clinical trial data and nursing