“The aim of this review is to reappraise the pathophysiology of fluid therapy, considering the mechanisms related to the interplay of flow and pressure variables, the systemic response to the shock syndrome, the effects of different types of fluids administered and the concept of preload dependency responsiveness” Messina et al (2022).
“The line inserted through one of the superficial abdominal veins traversed the epigastric vein, the internal thoracic vein, the superior vena cava, and successfully reached the cavoatrial junction” Mohammed et al (2022).
“To determine the incidence and risk factors for adverse events using a transparent bordered dressing for securement in the dorsum of the hand or cubital fossa in consecutive patients hospitalized in an internal medicine department” Shimoni et al (2022).
“It is important to consider the risk that, as with other types of catheters, the injection of contrast media could cause migration or damage to the device. The case of a Femoral catheter migration in hepatic vein, during CT scan, is described” Stefano et al (2022).
“To systematically evaluate the efficacy of different topical treatments for PVC-related phlebitis in hospital in-patients” Garcia-Expósito et al (2022).
“Receipt of MO-IFE was associated with lower rates of CoNS and total CR-BSIs compared to SO-IFE in pediatric patients” Alvira-Arill et al (2022).
“USG-guided TVAD insertion is safe and reliable way for chemotherapy administration with acceptable complications in children with malignancies in LMIC, including children with severe thrombocytopenia” Khera et al (2022).
“ECG monitor helps to determine the position of catheter tip in the PICC placement via lower extremity veins in neonates and can improve the one-time success rate of PICC placement and reduce the time spent on PICC placement, with a good positioning efficiency” Ling et al (2022).
“To report a case of vertebral arteriovenous fistula (VAVF) caused by iatrogenic trauma of central venous catheterization (CVC) involving brachiocephalic vein (BCV)” Yamamoto et al (2022).
“There was no significant difference in HAIs among inpatient malignant hematology and stem cell transplant patients during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to those of a control cohort” Bobbitt et al (2022).
“Most patients treated with OPAT for BJIs were candidates for oral antibiotics. A change in practice would result in cost-savings to the U.S. healthcare system” Bhagat et al (2022).
“While obtaining vascular access, the pulsatile flow was noted once the dilator was inserted, having to abandon the procedure and immediately apply manual pressure” Thet et al (2022).
“Clinicians may be more receptive to blood conservation during times of shortages if open communication is established, particularly if hospital leadership is involved in urgent crisis messaging to the clinicians and other hospital staff involved in patient care” Gammon et al (2022).
“The supraclavicular approach to the subclavian vein has been cited as having many advantages to the infraclavicular approach, including a larger short-axis cross-sectional area, a greater margin of safety, and fewer complications” Sappenfield et al (2022).
“Here we present the first successful series of percutaneous, ultrasound-guided, durable central venous access in newborn piglets weighing 1 kg with a novel method of tunneling the catheter subcutaneously using a needle” Shenton et al (2022).
“The attention to the correct position of the tip, the exit site at mid-thigh and the new techniques during insertion make these femoral catheters as safe as other central vascular access devices” Elli et al (2022).
“Among IE patients, being IVDU has associated with a longer LOS and a higher risk of prolonged hospital stay” Nodoushani et al (2022).
“Intravenous maintenance fluid therapy (IV-MFT) prescribing in acute and critically ill children is very variable among pediatric health care professionals” Brossier et al (2022).
“Over the last years, several societies, mainly parenteral nutrition societies, made recommendations regarding the use of IV in-line filters” Pall (2022).
“It was evidenced that the association of photobiomodulation with topical hyaluronidase was effective in reducing the local effects and assisted in the wound healing process, and that PBM alone was able to prevent appearance of lesions” Freitas et al (2022).
“It provides a more in-depth focus on the management of infective endocarditis among this unique population than what has been provided in prior American Heart Association infective endocarditis-related documents” Baddour et al (2022).
“Our study revealed a higher risk of CRBSI when the femoral access was compared to the internal jugular access (58.3% vs. 41.7%; p = 0.0008)” Hafeez et al (2022).
“Simulation education for vascular access is expected to increase in educational content and methods. Self-learning through a web-based learning system is a leading candidate for this growth” Sugiki et al (2022).
“If tens or hundreds of thousands of deaths could be prevented every year at minimal added cost by simply using whichever of the two fluids results in even slightly better outcomes, what could be the argument against using the slightly better fluid?” Semler (2022).
“To perform a review of the literature on the role of simulation-based training (SBT) in healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention and to highlight the importance of SBT as an educational tool in infection prevention” Kang et al (2022).
“In this case, diagnostic challenges in the ED and the potential role of cognitive bias are highlighted. In addition, we discuss the clinical manifestations and management of SVC syndrome” Salama et al (2022).
“This nationwide study assessed how outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) is organised by Dutch acute care hospitals, the barriers experienced, and how an OPAT program affects the way hospitals organised OPAT care” Stoorvogel et al (2022).
“We aim to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 emergence period on device-associated infections (DAIs), the compliance of healthcare workers with hand hygiene, and other prevention bundles in ICU” AlAhdal et al (2022).
“A male patient of diabetic ketoacidosis and septic shock was started on norepinephrine infusion following which he developed bulla and subcutaneous tissue ischemia in the event of inadvertent extravasations of norepinephrine” Pradhan (2022).
“Nurses and other healthcare team members’ understanding, selection, use, and recommendation of CVADs have an indirect effect on patients’ decision-making” Sheng et al (2022).
“To evaluate the accuracy and stability of arterial blood gas (ABG) results by comparison with venous measurements from routine blood tests, and to compare the accuracy and performance of two sampling syringes, pre-heparinized syringe (PHS) and disposable arterial blood syringe (DABS), in ABG analysis” Zhao et al (2022).
“This technical report is meant to detail a point-of-care ultrasound protocol designed for the insertion and confirmation of the correct placement of a CVC in the IJV” Soares et al (2022).
“Hemodialysis patients are followed by routine laboratory testing. There is uncertainty whether these tests always lead to a change in decision-making” Chidiac et al (2022).
“Supraclavicular USG-guided in-plane BCV cannulation is a good alternative to USG-guided out-of-plane IJV cannulation, because of good calibre of the vein and better needle visualisation in the BCV group” Gowda and Desai (2022).