“Female and hypertensive patients are considerably at higher risk of catheter thrombosis, whereas diabetes is the most critical risk factor for infectious catheter dysfunction” Mohazzab et al (2022).
“This report is the first documented intraoperative ultrasound video demonstrating accidental and simultaneous common carotid artery and internal jugular cannulation during central line placement in the internal jugular vein” Mittal et al (2022).
“Homemade ultrasound phantoms are cost effective, increase confidence, and improve emergency medicine residents’ ability to perform ultrasound-guided vein cannulation” Sabak et al (2022).
“This study was designed to detect the prevalence of antibiotic and antiseptic resistance genes, mecA and qacA/B in coagulase negative Staphylococcus (CoNS) species isolated from intensive care unit patients with catheter related blood stream infections (CRBSI) or colonized central venous catheters (CVC)” Medis et al (2022).
“We present the case of a 2-week-old neonate, admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) due to suspected meningitis, who received acyclovir through IO infusion after the venous access was lost and a new one could not be established” De Marca et al (2022).
“We show that US-guided durable tunneled femoral central venous catheter (TF-CVC) insertion by an intensivist at the bedside is a technically feasible and safe prolonged central venous access option in critically ill, high-risk infants and neonates in the PCICU” Shostak et al (2022).
“The ultrasound-guided implantation of an 18G LPC in COVID19 patients, regardless of the state of their venous heritage, would seem to be an excellent strategy for these patients, reducing the number of venipunctures and CVC implantation, as well as allowing multiple and high pressure (contrast) infusions” Gilardi et al (2022).
“Placement of ports via the internal jugular vein under ultrasound and fluoroscopy guidance is a safe procedure, with low rates of early and late complications” Kartsouni et al (2022).
“In this study, use of taurolidine as CLS was generally safe. Most reported AEs were vascular access device-related, and the majority of symptoms concerned pain” Korzilius et al (2022).
“Smart glasses act as a suitable simulation tool for endotracheal intubation and central venous catheterization procedures training in medical students” Lin et al (2022).
“Achieving adequate hemostasis after removing the catheter was difficult, and a hematoma formed after the placement of an infraclavicular axillary venous catheter under ultrasound guidance” Noguchi et al (2022).
“Compared to general anesthesia with endotracheal intubation, procedural sedation using propofol and S(+)-ketamine improves the postoperative emergence agitation right after the recovery of consciousness, and has advantage in shortening anesthetic recovery time for pediatric patients undergoing TIVAP implantation” Zhang et al (2022).
“Inadvertently mispositioned catheter emphasizes the significance of ultrasound-guided central vein catheterization even if the cannulation is done using standard anatomical landmarks” Vadi (2022).
“Patients hospitalized for COVID-19 have a significantly higher CLABSI rate, particularly in the ICU setting. Reasons for this increase are likely multifactorial, including both patient-specific and process-related issues” Ben-Aderet et al (2022).
“Therefore, in this study, we focused on noncytotoxic electrolyte solutions and infusions and evaluated skin injuries during leakage using extravasation model rats” Taogoshi et al (2022).
“To explore the clinical value of coagulation index changes in early diagnosis and nursing intervention for PICC-related venous thrombosis in tumor patients” Gai and He (2022).
“Sampling from a peripheral intravenous catheter (PIVC) might be a more efficient and less traumatic collection of blood for serum biochemistry (SB) or CBC than direct venipuncture (DV)” Guarino et al (2022).
“A third of nursing students reported experiencing NSI. Consequently, occupational hazard prevention training and student support measures need to be considered”
“No consensus is available on the prevention of catheter dysfunction or catheter-related bloodstream infections in patients undergoing hemodialysis by means of catheter lock solutions” Wang and Sun (2022).
“CPGs and escalation pathways unanimously recommended use of vessel visualisation technology for patients with or suspected of DIVA” Paterson et al (2022).
“Most fourth thoracic vertebrae were at the same level as the carina on chest radiographs. Therefore, it has potential as a radiographic landmark for the depth of right internal jugular vein catheterization in infants on chest radiograph” Liu et al (2022).
“In the process of clinical teaching, we found that nursing interns generally felt vague about the injection site and were afraid of damaging nerve branches, which led to the inability to grasp the main points of intramuscular injection in the process of practice” Wang et al (2022).
“The primary outcome was the incidence of phlebitis, and secondary outcomes included the risks of occlusion, local infection, infiltration, catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI), and accidental removal of the PIVC” Chen et al (2022).
“We experienced bedside insertion of a PICC into a patient with BMI of 84.8 kg/m2 patient using a Sherlock 3CG® TCS” Uchida et al (2022).
“Multivariate regression analysis showed the presence of an intravenous line (p = .039), urinary catheter (p = .031), being female (p = .034), or being dependent on others for walking (p = .016) to be positively associated with the time spent in bed” Valkenet et al (2022).
“The MUPC ketamine team has proved that ketamine infusions may provide a unique intervention safely and efficaciously without the need for collaboration with other medical specialties since initiating this pilot program” Ithman et al (2022).
“Despite widespread use of VADs in the inpatient setting, the procedure coding rate was found to be remarkably low” DeBoer and Alsbrooks (2022).
“The results of our study demonstrated that there was no significantly lower perceived pain or anxiety when using IVR compared to standard practice in adults undergoing IV blood draw” Perdue et al (2022).
“Prehospital and emergency department nursing staff are aware of the importance of intraosseous access and understand the need for additional education and certification in this field” Žunkovič et al (2022).
“In summary, we found about 50% fewer CRBSI cases during the pandemic as compared to the equivalent time period before. This is somewhat unexpected, as there were no changes regarding CVC insertion procedures or care by the participating sites during the time periods” Schalk et al (2022).
“The CVC type, administration of concomitant chemotherapy via a distinct CVC lumen separate from PN, venting gastrostomy and distance between the patient’s home and the IF center were not associated with CRBSI or mechanical CVC complications” Kopczynska et al (2022).
“The injection of diluted sodium bicarbonate (in mechanically ventilated patients) can be used to reliably identify the correct location of an IV catheter by an increase in the exhaled carbon dioxide concentration” Keidan et al (2022).
“HD provides a good opportunity for treatment with IV antibiotics in DFI. This mode of administration of IV antibiotics, along with multidisciplinary intervention, is associated with ulcer healing and resolution of infection in over three-quarters of patients with DFI” Pittam et al (2022).
“We report what we believe the first case of candidemia in an infant with short bowel syndrome caused by the environmental yeast Candida sojae that was initially misidentified as Candida tropicalis” Abdel-Haq et al (2022).
“Recently, LRac was reported as a cutaneous manifestation of hydrophilic polymer gel embolization (HPE) in adults. We present a case of LRac in a newborn that developed following CVC insertion and resolved spontaneously after the catheter was removed” Barsan Kaya et al (2022).
“In conclusion, the 2.5-year CI of VTE among our pediatric patient cohort was <5% and adolescent age was the main patient-related risk factor" Gidl et al (2022).