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Piperacillin-tazobactam infusions were administered faster than recommended during implementation (i.e., peri-EI) despite standardized orders” J Rhodes et al 92019). Abstract: Compliance with recommended infusion rates
This retrospective study investigated the safety, technical feasibility, and device-related complications of totally implantable venous access ports implanted in the upper arm” Xu et al
Different techniques have been used to improve first pass success rates in children with known history of difficult venous access including surface landmarking, local warming,
We describe the management of chronic hypomagnesemia and dehydration secondary to a high-output ileostomy following radiation and chemotherapy for anal squamous cell carcinoma with intermittent
Over the past 40 years, numerous actions have been undertaken to decrease the contamination of hospital facilities by intravenous conventional antineoplastic drugs (ICADs) such as
To analyze the prevalence, types, and risk factors for cardiac arrhythmias associated with peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) in children” Dhillon et al (2019). Abstract:
It remains unclear whether the use of central venous catheters (CVC) improves a patient’s clinical outcome after elective intracranial supratentorial procedures” Löser et al (2019).
To investigate the effectiveness and safety of modified electrocardiogram (ECG)-guided technique in umbilical venous catheterisation in neonates” Wu et al (2019). Abstract: AIM: To investigate
After ruling out other potential causes of lactic acidemia, her final diagnosis was determined to be the rare presentation of an infliximab infusion reaction” Vigh
The purpose of this study was to investigate the nerve injury rate for 1 million venipunctures and the efficacy of attempts to avoid severe nerve