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a thin flexible tube inserted into the body to permit introduction or withdrawal of fluids or to keep the passageway open

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Clinicians often rely on obtaining transducer measurements or arterial blood gas determination when there is suspected inadvertent placement of central venous catheters into an artery.
Are antiseptic-coated central venous catheters effective in a real-world setting?
Some authors hold that the SC tract from a central venous catheter always collapses immediately after it is removed, negating any need for special positioning or occlusive dressings.
Woodward within a reasonable time, one day, after learning his true identity as the fictitiously-named physician who read her March 25, 1995, X-ray and verified the proper placement of the central venous catheter.
a) the same protocol as for use of a new AV access without an existing central venous catheter
A close shave: air embolism following laceration of central venous catheter.
In the home-care setting, patients with open wounds or central venous catheters may undertake activities of daily living (e.
dollars, the cost for detection of each malpositioned central venous catheter from the number of radiographic malpositions found and the total number of chest X-ray examinations carried out.
In a prospective, randomized study of central venous catheter insertion, use of maximal barrier precautions (large sterile sheet drape; long-sleeved sterile gown; sterile gloves, mask, and hat) resulted in lower incidence of infections, 0.
In the acute hospital setting, patients may need a central venous catheter (CVC) for a variety of reasons, including delivery of critical medications and parenteral nutrition, renal replacement therapy, blood sampling and/or central venous monitoring.
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Percutaneous central venous catheters should not routinely be removed in patients with fever and mild disease.
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