insertion site


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insertion site

the point in a vein where a needle or catheter is inserted.
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Alternatively, the Orchid Safety Release Valve breaks away and seals off both sides of the IV when a sudden force is applied, thus protecting the insertion site and preventing the loss of valuable medication.
1007/978-3-319-49386-2_10) study released in May, complications with the medical tool include: "catheter tip location, catheter dislocation, infection at the catheter insertion site, and difficulty removing the catheter.
The vector includes novel features to enhance safety and effectiveness, including genetic insulators to block activation of genes adjacent to the IL2RG DNA insertion site.
The new recommendation calls for use of chlorhexidine-impregnated dressings with an FDA-cleared label that specifies a clinical indication for reducing catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI) or catheter-associated bloodstream infection (CABSI) to protect the insertion site of short-term, non-tunneled central venous catheters for patients aged 18 years and older.
Once placed, the CT is attached to a negative pressure system and the clinician customarily applies a secure dressing, often with a suture at the insertion site.
Patient satisfaction, catheter-related complications, and PD catheter function are greatly influenced by the catheter insertion site, shape of the subcutaneous tunnel tract, and exit site location.
For the ellipse aperture surface, the larger axis length is symmetrical relevant to the centre of tibial insertion (a=b in Figure 5, right), but when the real aperture surface is analyzed, it can be seen that the larger axis length is not symmetrical relevant to the centre of tibial insertion and it depends on the ACL insertion site area shape (a[not equal to]b in Figure 5, middle).
5,6) The exact insertion site may be difficult or impossible to adequately determine.
BVAD is a system that enables nurses to draw IV fluids and blood in hospital patients from the same insertion site.
Pain at an intravenous insertion site warrants intense investigation, and attempts to save a difficult IV can result in a negative patient outcome (Dougherty, 2008; INS, 2011a).
Our technique employed an insertion site distal to the area needed to be expanded, attempting to minimize complication like extrusion and wound dehiscence.
However, in addition to a sensor remaining operational for a long period of time, problems such as inflammation at the insertion site must be addressed.