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“In an effort to prevent this ototoxicity, different platinum infusion durations have been studied. This review is the third update of a previously published Cochrane
“We evaluated the feasibility of centrally placed non-cuffed tunnelled peripherally inserted central catheter in the chest as an alternative to conventional peripherally inserted central catheter”
“The aim of this study is to compare the outcomes of US-guided arterial catheterisation with the traditional landmark (LM) technique in critically ill children” Oulego-Erroz
“The guidewire was rotated anticlockwise with simultaneous soft pulls coinciding with the cardiac cycle. The guidewire was successfully and safely removed” Verma et al (2020).
“High volumes of blood were taken and discarded from the study population, possibly reflecting the fact that there are no guidelines for ICU staff in
“Hypophosphatemia postintravenous iron is frequent but under-recognized. If prolonged or recurrent, it can cause osteomalacia” Nataatmadja and Francis (2020). Abstract: Hypophosphatemia postintravenous iron is frequent
“This study intends to identify risk factors associated to the incidence of ‘difficult peripheral venous access’ in adults at hospital” Rodríguez-Calero et al (2020). Abstract:
“Bad runs were characterized primarily by cramping, low blood pressure (“crashing”), cannulation-related difficulties (“bad sticks”), and clotting of the dialysis circuit or vascular access” Kuo
“Propofol infusion syndrome is a rare condition that mainly affects critically ill patients who receive high doses of this hypnotic for a long time” Subirà
“Here we report an extremely rare presentation of internal jugular vein catheterization, presenting as massive hemoptysis which was noted during right internal jugular vein cuffed
“We prospectively analyzed the use of midline for performing apheresis on 3 healthy donors and 3 adults patients requiring autologous transplantation” Caime et al (2020).