In general, this study pointed out many health concerns related to the use of TDLCs, including the predominance of hospitalization of infectious causes, the many varieties of both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria grown in cultures, the period of catheter permanence, the prevalence of femoral vein
for catheter insertion, the elevation of body temperature, and the high rates of infection of TDLCs.
(7) employed a femoral vein
approach to cannulate enlarged accessory hepatic veins.
(c) Injection of the right femoral vein
demonstrated flow from the right common femoral vein
through the iliac system and IVC without opacification of the peristomal varices.
A 26F dry-seal sheath (Gore Medical[R]) was placed in the right femoral vein
to accommodate the AngioVac cannula and an 18F reinfusion cannula in the left femoral vein
Furthermore, one 6-French sheath was inserted into the right femoral vein
, ipsilateral to a 7-French femoral artery sheath.
Ungrafted control samples of the femoral vein
were obtained from the control group.
For haemodialysis catheters, femoral vein
catheterisation also accounted for most number of CRDVT (32.3 episodes of CRDVT per 1000 catheter days), while internal jugular vein was associated with the least (16.9 episodes of CRDVT per 1000 catheter days) (Figure 2).
Compression of the femoral vein
may cause venous stasis, edema, and femoral vein
Caption: FIGURE 1: Thrombotic occlusion of femoral vein
(patient in prone position).
In our experience, the common femoral vein
is the more frequently used access point.
(2) Using the ultrasound to And the femoral vein
and/or the internal jugular vein can be extremely helpful in preventing arterial puncture, malposition and pneumothorax.
The veins generally used are the internal jugular vein (neck), the subclavian vein (chest), and the femoral vein