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This probably shows that the combination of the five evidence-based procedures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention together with that of ultrasound-guided
The current methodology for calculating central-line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) rates, used for pay-for-performance measures, does not account for multiple concurrent central lines” Couk et al
We are reporting a case of sudden pulmonary air embolism in a patient through the open hub of an intravenous cannula” Mohanty et al (2019).
We describe injury characteristics and prehospital interventions performed on wartime pediatric trauma casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq, stratified by medical evacuation platform” Naylor et al
Catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs) are a signification cause of infection. When CRBSI rates are high, the cost to the patient and the organisation can be
It suggests that patients accept having a CVAD as it should reduce episodes of repeated cannulations. However, a recent doctoral study found the reality did
The following case studies describe the use of the Smith Medical implanted ports and Gripper huber needles” Meade et al (2019). Abstract: The following case
This article describes the different types and components of ports and how to select them. It explains how to insert ports, and provides guidance on
This article explores the additional equipment required to be able to access ports” York (2019). Abstract: Ports are predominately inserted into oncology patients, but their
Lyme borreliosis (LB) diagnosis currently relies mainly on serological tests and sometimes polymerase chain reaction or culture. However, other biological assays are being developed to
To review the literature exploring how we diagnose infection in patients in the ICU and address the safety and utility of a “watchful waiting” approach
PICC placement led by technicians is feasible and safe without statistical difference in terms of complications compared to PICC placement made by radiologists” Chasseigne et