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Therefore, we have performed a comprehensive study so as to determine the chemical stability of high-dose amoxicillin solutions conducive to safe and effective continuous intravenous
We prospectively evaluated the Bard PowerFlow Implantable Apheresis IV Port in four patients undergoing outpatient therapeutic plasma exchange over 18 to 97 days” Garrity et al
Due to extravasation of the medications, the patient suffered localized tissue necrosis and eventually required skin grafting. This case illustrates the importance of confirming appropriate
This study aimed to determine the burden, microbiologic patterns, and associations of CVC-BSIs in non-ICU settings in a tertiary regional centre, University Hospital Geelong (UHG),
Renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the setting of acute kidney injury (AKI) is generally provided by either tunneled or nontunneled dialysis catheters (TDCs or NTDCs),
Identification of children with difficult intravenous access (DIVA) can help promote prompt escalation to an appropriately skilled clinician” Schults et al (2019). Abstract: BACKGROUND: Peripheral
We present a case of symptomatic venous air embolism likely arising from peripheral intravenous access gained during an interventional pain procedure” Vinan-Vega et al 92019).
Previous reports indicated that patients on thrice-weekly hemodialysis (HD) had higher mortality rates after the 3-day interdialytic interval. However, day-of-the-week patterns of emergency department (ED)
This study aimed to compare the clinical characteristics and prognoses of central venous catheter-associated bloodstream infections (CVC-BSIs) with peripheral venous catheter-associated BSIs (PVC-BSIs)” Tatsuno et
Implementation of education, training, and appropriate multidisciplinary approaches on PICC care among nurses and caregivers is the key to preventing complications” Duwadi et al (2018).