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In our institution the majority of elective apheresis procedures are successfully performed using peripheral access” Putensen et al (2016). Abstract: BACKGROUND: The majority of reports
The objective of this study was to systematically review the evidence about the efficacy and safety of using safety-engineered intravenous devices and safety-engineered phlebotomy devices
Permanent vascular catheterization for intravascular access is one of the most commonly applied techniques used on rodents in pharmacology studies” Allavena et al (2016). Abstract:
To report our success and complication rates with emergency department (ED) technician-performed ultrasound (US)-guided peripheral intravenous (IV) catheter placement and to compare our results to
The purpose of our study was to ascertain the knowledge and risk awareness of nursing staff regarding occupational infections and vaccinations as well as the
To examine clinical characteristics associated with bacteremia in febrile non-neutropenic pediatric oncology patients with central venous catheters (CVC) in the Emergency Department (ED)” Moskalewicz et
To compare catheter-related bloodstream infection and colonization risk between the three sites (subclavian, internal jugular, and femoral) in adult ICU patients” Arvaniti et al (2016).
If we keep the J-tip of the guide wire pointing toward the direction that it should take during catheterisation, we can somewhat avoid the misplacement”
This study was aimed to examine the cumulative risk for infiltration over IV catheter dwell time by general or catheterization-specific characteristics of pediatric patients with
We examined the association between abnormal chloremia and ICU and hospital mortality. To further refine findings and integrate them into the ongoing discussion on the
The objective of this observational study was to investigate whether a new glove packaging system in which gloves are dispensed one by one vertically with