“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).
“The dislocated catheter was removed electively on the following day under fluoroscopy” D’Angelo et al (2022).
“The B-OPAT study will help address the important question of whether it is clinically effective and cost-effective to discharge persons with OUD and SIRI to an integrated outpatient care model combining OUD treatment with OPAT relative to TAU” Fanucchi et al (2022).
“Altogether, our findings provide insights that are crucial for optimizing anti-S. epidermidis mAbs as prophylactic agents for neonatal CLABSI” de Vor et al (2022).
“The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of topical lidocaine spray 10% on the response to placement of venous catheters in dogs” Hoeberg et al (2022).
“We present the case of a 63-year-old male with an extensive medical history, including deep vein thrombosis (DVT), who underwent peripheral insertion of a central catheter in his left upper extremity with subsequent development of left upper extremity edema” Russell et al (2022).
“Central venous catheter is the most frequently used vascular access in the prevalent hemodialysis population (76%), despite its known complications” Castillo Velarde and Vachharajani (2022).
“The implementation of nursing intervention under the guidance of risk prevention management concept for MHD patients can effectively improve biochemical indexes, nutritional status, and body mass and reduce the incidence of vascular access infection, which is of great significance for improving psychological status and quality of life” Wan and Tang (2022).
“To identify the occurrences related to peripheral venipuncture and hypodermoclysis among patients hospitalized in a general hospital and in an exclusive hospital institution for the care of patients in palliative cancer care” Bolela et al (2022).
“Central venous catheterization for a high concentration of amiodarone infusion is recommended” Cheewatanakornkul et al (2022).
“Our data suggest that in patients with hematological diseases or autologous SCT recipients scheduled CVC removal after 14 days does not result in a lower CRBSI incidence compared to unscheduled removal” Panse et al (2022).
“Hemothorax must be suspected when unexplained hemodynamic instability develops after central venous catheterization despite ultrasound guidance” Kang et al (2022).
“This study concluded that iliac vein TCCs can provide suitable vascular access in hemodialysis patients with bilateral obstruction of internal jugular veins and subclavian veins” Abd El-Hameed and Abdelhamid (2022).
“The results indicate that, although infusion task reallocation may be a cost-reducing approach to managing clinical responsibilities, it enlarges rather than enriches the job through higher demands and fewer resources for nurses and, in turn, lower perceived organizational safety” Pratt et al (2022).
“Our model presents a novel, user-friendly tool for predicting the risk of CRT in patients with cancer receiving chemotherapy. Moreover, it can contribute to clinical decision-making” Lin et al (2022).
“Presented to the emergency department from a skilled nursing facility with a two-day history of dyspnea. She was later diagnosed with an intraperitoneal hematoma, an uncommon complication caused by a CVC placement” Shah et al (2022).
“The authors regularly interact with professional team sport players in European and American leagues and their multidisciplinary support teams, and we are aware of players receiving regular intravenous nutrition (IVN) products” Lewis et al (2022).
“The 5.45% and 10% sodium chloride solutions are significantly superior comparing with 0.9% sodium chloride solution in the derived rate of stable intracavitary ECG, occurrence rate of characteristic P wave and time used for catheter tip localization, but there were no significant differences between 5.45 and 10% sodium chloride solutions” Dong et al (2022).
“Chain nursing process can help to enhance the maintenance quality of implantable venous infusion port, reduce the incidence of adverse events, relieve the tension and anxiety, and improve the satisfaction of patients with nursing” Hu et al (2022).
“We analyzed complications and outcomes in all our patients, a total of 52, who underwent CVL removal with platelets <20,000/μl" Marwah et al (2022).
Central venous catheters versus arteriovenous fistulae Abstract: Background: Arteriovenous fistulae (AVF) have superior clinical outcomes compared with central venous catheters (CVC) among patients undergoing hemodialysis
“Post-injection paralysis (PIP) of the sciatic nerve is an iatrogenic paralysis that occurs after an intramuscular injection, with resultant foot deformity and disability” Song et al (2022).