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The aims of this review article are to explore the concepts of quality of care in vascular access” Field et al (2019). Abstract: Quality improvement
Outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy (OPAT) is an established antimicrobial delivery method in the United Kingdom. OPAT services differ nationwide with a paucity of high-quality outcome
The aim of the study was to evaluate individually uploaded Internet materials about catheter insertion and removal in terms of their educative value” Sevinc (20190.
The aim of this study was to share our observations pertaining to the anatomy and position of the right internal jugular vein with respect to
Here we present a 44 year old female hemodialysis patient with a malpositioned permanent hemodialysis catheter, catheter tip was found in hepatic vein after three
Our aim was to compare the applications of totally implanted vascular access devices (TIVAD) and peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) in breast cancer patients” Tang
Overall, the mean contamination rate progressively declined in a stepwise manner from 3.2% to 1.2% (P = .0013), with the greatest decline after adding hair nets and
The prevalence of patients with long-term PN and their clinical characteristics were identified. No differences were found to support the administration of this treatment in
This method of catheterization and catheter care allows the realization of long-term experiments with comfortable and stress-free blood sampling” Klein et al 92019). Abstract: INTRODUCTION:
We compared target controlled infusion of remifentanil and local lidocaine infiltration to placebo and local lidocaine infiltration to decrease pain scores during central venous catheter
Syringe and intravenous infusion pumps are not commonly used to deliver hematopoietic stem cell products (HPCs) due to a paradigm of thought that suggests that