“Becton Dickinson (BD) CareFusion 303 Recalls Alaris System Infusion Pumps Due to Damaged Inter-Unit Interface Connectors, Loose or Missing Battery Screws and A Broken Upper and Lower Hinge Posts and Membrane Frame” FDA (2020).
“We evaluated the clinical impact of early CVC reinsertion after catheter removal in patients with CRBSIs”
“Vascular air embolism (VAE) is an important complication of some routine medical procedures, particularly intravenous access for the administration of fluids” Trent et al (2020).
“This study aimed to examine the incidences of catheter colonization occurrence and CLABSI while using Tegaderm vs. CHG Tegaderm dressings” Kim and Lee (2020).
‘We describe a practice change for two-sample verification for type and screen in a large-scale pediatric hospital” Gálvez et al (2020).
“Central venous stenosis is a well-recognized complication of central venous catheter use in hemodialysis patients” Navaratnarajah and Ashby (2020).
“Outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy with addiction treatment may be feasible and safe for PWID with serious infections” Price et al (2020).
“guidelines for the management of central venous catheters (CVC), arterial catheters and dialysis catheters in intensive care unit. For adult patients” Timsit et al (2020).
“We evaluated the efficacy, the safety, and the cost-effectiveness of two strategies for non-inferiority in controlling bacterial colonization of the exit-site of Peripherally-Inserted Central Catheters (PICC)” Gilardi et al (2020).
“Breakage and fragment embolization is a rare but feared complication of peripherally inserted central catheter use” Baciarello et al (2020).
“The purpose of this article is to describe “impending” tipping points before they occur and to offer solutions for how nurses can help caregiving families identify them and access additional supportive services” Crist and Steinheiser (2020).
“The main risk factors for BI were a previous surgical procedure in SN and chemotherapy in the previous 30 days and use of central venous catheter in HN” Sierra et al (2020).
“Lateral X-ray radiography is an effective method to verify misplacement and is recommended as routine practice during catheterization via lower extremities” Zhang et al (2020).