CANNULATION WITHOUT VISUAL CONTROL OF MINUTE MESENTERIC VEINS FOR CONTINUOUS PORTAL PERFUSION OF RATS INTOXICATED WITH BROMOBENZENE
- Routine replacement of peripheral IV catheters. Apgar, Barbara // American Family Physician;6/1/1998, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p2848
Presents information pertaining to the medical factors involving patients with intravenous catheters. Recommendation of the routine replacement of peripheral intravenous catheters by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 1981; Estimated number of patients enrolled in the conducted...
- Insertion of long term central venous catheters: Time for a new look. Adam, Andy // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/5/95, Vol. 311 Issue 7001, p341
Editorials. Discusses the need to re-evaluate the traditional methods of inserting central venous catheters for long term use. Three conventional ways of inserting the catheters; Disadvantages of the methods; Benefits of imaging guidance for catheter insertion.
- Cost-effective supply use in permanent central venous ... Howard, Thomas J.; Stines, Chris P. // American Surgeon;May1997, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p441
Presents a prospective, randomized trial designed to determine whether a streamlined operating room supply pack was cost-effective in the placement of permanent central venous catheters. Materials and methods used for patients undergoing operative placement of catheter; Results of the study;...
- Here are the standards for midline caths. Masoorli, Sue; Ferraro, Julia // RN;Sep97, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p60
Reports on the use of a midline catheter and how could it remain in place when used by patients. Recommendation on the use of the midline catheter by the Intravenous Nursing Society (INS); Identification of catheters.
- Unusual Complication Of Umbilical Venous Catheterization- Leads To Pericardial Tamponade. Madhok, Ashish B; Chabbra, Manoj; Lourdes, Cohen // Internet Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatology;2002, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p55
Umbilical venous catheterization, when used, special precautions should be taken and guidelines followed. We present a case of a 3660 gram infant who suffered cardiac tamponade from a hyperosmolar infusion through an indwelling umbilical venous catheter. The infant survived as a result of early...
- Topical nitroglycerin in neonates with tissue injury: A case report and review of the literature. Samiee-Zafarghandy, Samira; van den Anker, Johannes N.; Fadel, Nadya Ben // Paediatrics & Child Health (1205-7088);Jan2014, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p9
Peripheral tissue injury is one of the well-described morbidities associated with stays in the neonatal intensive care unit. Despite the potential long-term disability associated with this event, the current available therapeutic options remain very limited. Topical nitroglycerin has emerged as...
- Assessing techniques for disinfecting sites for inserting intravenous catheters into the jugular veins of horses. Geraghty, T. E.; Love, S.; Taylor, D. J.; Heller, J.; Mellor, D. J.; Hughes, K. J. // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;1/10/2009, Vol. 164 Issue 2, p51
The sites of insertion of catheters into the jugular veins of six horses were investigated to determine common isolates and to assess the effectiveness of two disinfection protocols with the hair coat left long, clipped or shaved. Skin commensals (Staphylococcus, Streptococcus and Micrococcus...
- Cannulation of the brachiocephalic trunk during surgery of the thoracic aorta: a simplified technique for antegrade cerebral perfusion Di Eusanio, Marco; Quarti, Andrea; Pierri, Michele D.; Di Eusanio, Giuseppe // European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery;Oct2004, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p831
Here we present our simplified technique of cannulation of the brachiocephalic trunk for cardiopulmonary bypass and antegrade cerebral perfusion institution.
- Use of Maximal Sterile Barriers during Central Venous Catheter Insertion: Clinical and Economic Outcomes. Hu, Kent K.; Veenstra, David L.; Lipsky, Benjamin A.; Saint, Sanjay // Clinical Infectious Diseases;11/15/2004, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p1441
Background. We performed a cost-effectiveness analysis to determine the effect of maximal sterile barriers (MSBs) on reducing central venous catheter (CVC)-related infections. Use of MSBs when placing CVCs may reduce the risk of infections but is more cumbersome, time-consuming, and expensive...