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The aim of this study was to retrospectively analyze the use of PICCs in our clinic for critically ill newborns to evaluate the relationship between
The incidence of complications associated with the use of UVCs and PICCs in VLBW infants did not significantly differ in our study” Konstantinidi et al
This study compares the performance of a prototype flow-controlled syringe pump both at start-up, and during vertical displacement manoeuvres, with that of a standard infusion
A vast majority of syringe pumps operate on stepper motors, which limits their effectiveness for precision fluid delivery using estimation algorithms” Ong et al (2019).
This case underlines the importance of caution in the interpretation of laboratory results obtained from specimens that are collected in the proximity of an intravenous
To establish the reliability of the application of National Health and Safety Network (NHSN) central-line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) criteria within established reporting systems internationally” Larsen
The specific aims of the study were to evaluate adherence to the intervention components and rates of Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSIs) over five
We investigated the agreement between transpulmonary thermodilution measurements obtained with bolus injection through peripherally inserted central catheter and centrally inserted central catheter (reference standard) using
This retrospective cohort study evaluates the influence of PICC type on the rates and incidences of complications” Scrivens et al (2019). Abstract: Patients with hematological
We aimed to estimate the rate and incidence of PIVC failure at Manacor hospital (Spain) as baseline within a wider quality improvement initiative” Blanco-Mavillard et
All vascular access strategies for administering chemotherapy in early stage breast cancer (EBC) are associated with risks and benefits. As the most effective type of