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Cephalic arch stenosis in dialysis patients: review of clinical relevance, anatomy, current theories on etiology and management
Systemic effects of a high-flow arteriovenous fistula for hemodialysis
Patterns of blood flow as a predictor of maturation of arteriovenous fistula for haemodialysis
Type of vascular access and location in online hemodiafiltration and its association with patient's perception of health-related quality of life
A refinement of Hong's technique for the removal of stuck dialysis catheters: an easy solution to a complex problem
Verification of intravenous catheter placement by auscultation - a simple, noninvasive technique
O-001 : NURSE ASSISTED CVC INSERTION. AN EXAMPLE OF PHYSICIANSNURSES COLLABORATION
O-002 : THE SICA PROTOCOL: A BUNDLE OF INTERVENTIONS FOR THE SAFE INSERTION OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN ADULT PATIENTS
O-003 : IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT SAFETY ACCESS FOR CVC - AGGREGATION OF CVC INSERTION AND LICENSE SYSTEM AT CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERIZATION (CVC) CENTER
O-004 : A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF NERVE INJURY RELATED TO UPPER ARM PICC LINE PLACEMENT
O-005 : A GLOBAL PREVALENCE STUDY ON PERIPHERAL CATHETERS (THE OMG-PIVC STUDY)
O-006 : THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND PERIPHERAL CANNULATION
O-007 : LONG PERIPHERAL LINES VERSUS SHORT PERIPHERAL LINES IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS REDUCING COMPLICATIONS: PILOT STUDY
O-008 : VESSEL HEALTH & PRESERVATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM - A NEW MODEL FOR VASCULAR ACCESS MANAGEMENT?
O-009 : INTER-RATER AGREEMENT OF PHLEBITIS ASSESSMENT SYMPTOMS AND SCALES
O-010 : 4 FR POLYURETHANE MID-CLAVICULAR LINES INSERTED WITH ULTRASOUND GUIDED TECHNIQUE: INCIDENCE OF ADVERSE EVENTS AND UNEXPECTED REMOVAL
O-011 : REPLACEMENT AFTER STANDARD VERSUS PROLONGED USE OF ADMINISTRATION SET FOR ARTERIAL CATHETER IN AN AUSTRALIAN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: A FEASIBILITY RCT
O-012 : STERILE VERSUS ASEPTIC NON-TOUCH TECHNIQUE WHEN CHANGING THE BUNG ON A CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS DEVICE: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
O-013 : SAFETY, COST EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF THE USE OF ONE-STEP 2% CHLORHEXIDINE IN 70% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL (CHX-OH) COMPARED TO 4-STEP POVIDONE IODINE (PVI) WITH 5% ETHANOL (PVI-OH) FOR PREVENTING EARLY PORT-RELATED INFECTIONS
O-014 : BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES ON INNER AND OUTER SURFACES OF PERIPHERAL VENOUS CATHETERS
O-015 : EFFECTIVENESS INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE BLOODSTREAM INFECTION AND VASCULAR ACCESS INFECTION IN A HEMODIALYSIS UNIT IN BRAZIL
O-016 : EFFECT OF A VASCULAR ACCESS TEAM ON CENTRAL-LINE ASSOCIATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTIONS IN INFANTS ADMITTED TO A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
O-017 : CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER PLACEMENT BY ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES DEMONSTRATES LOW PROCEDURAL COMPLICATION AND INFECTION RATES - A REPORT FROM 13 YEARS OF SERVICE
O-018 : BEYOND THE BUNDLE - HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATED (HCA) PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS DEVICE (PIVD) RELATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTION (BSI), ROYAL ADELAIDE HOSPITAL (RAH) INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL UNIT (IPCU) IMPROVEMENT INTERVENTION
O-019 : PORT PROTECTORS AND EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION: THE KEY TO ZERO CENTRAL LINE- ASSOCIATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTION - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
O-020 : WHAT IS THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE OF THE PICC INSERTION PROCEDURE?
O-021 : IDENTIFYING THE TRUE RATES OF PICC RELATED COMPLICATIONS: A MULTI-SITE, PROSPECTIVE, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF 5 FRENCH DUAL LUMEN PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETERS (PICCS)
O-022 : PROGRAM SUCCESS - USING WOCOVA RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PICC INSERTION TRAINING (VANCOUVER, BC CANADA)
O-023 : MALPOSITIONED PICC TIP REPOSITIONING USING A HIGH-FLOW FLUSHING TECHNIQUE - A REVIEW OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, PROCEDURAL OUTCOMES AND COST IMPLICATIONS FOR CLINICIANS
O-024 : COST AND EFFECTIVENESS COMPARISON OF PICCS VS CVCS IN ONCOLOGY PATIENTS IN A GREEK HOSPITAL: A SINGLE - CENTER EXPERIENCE
O-025 : STANDARD CICC VS PICC: THE BALANCE OF COST-EFFECTIVENESS
O-026 : NURSING AND MIDWIFERY INTRAVENOUS DEVICE FLUSHING PRACTICE: A CROSS SECTIONAL SURVEY
O-027 : OCCLUSION MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES OF CVADS
O-028 : VALVED VERSUS NON-VALVED PICCS IN HOSPITAL IN THE HOME (HITH) - A MULTI-SITE NATIONAL STUDY
O-029 : EVALUATION OF ECG AND PICC TIP LOCATION TECHNOLOGY; IS IT SAFE TO STOP USING X-RAY
O-030 : MODERN RUSSIA - A HERITOR OF ANCIENT TRADITION OF BABYLON: THE TRAGIC STORY OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERIZATION
O-031 : DESCRIPTIVE STUDY IN THE USE OF LOCKINGS IN HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS
O-032 : BENEFITS OF ULTRASOUND-GUIDED EARLY CANNULATION OF AV FISTULAS AND GRAFTS
O-033 : EFFECTIVENESS & ACCEPTABILITY OF A NOVEL SECUREMENT DEVICE IN ADULT & TEENAGE CANCER PATIENTS WITH PICCS
O-034 : SECURING PERIPHERAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN HOSPITALS: CAN WE DO BETTER AT PREVENTING CATHETER FAILURE?
O-035 : SECURING ARTERIAL LINES EFFECTIVELY IN THE OPERATING THEATRE AND THE ICU: A PILOT TRIAL
O-036 : COCHRANE PROTOCOL: VASCULAR ACCESS SPECIALIST TEAMS FOR DEVICE INSERTION AND PREVENTION OF FAILURE
O-037 : THE ACCURACY OF AN ALL-IN-ONE NAVIGATION AND TIP LOCATING DEVICE BASED ON A REAL TIME ANALYSIS OF THE PATIENTS’ PHYSIOLOGICAL DATA - OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
O-038 : ECG GUIDANCE FOR CVC PLACEMENT. CLB’S IV TEAM EXPERTISE AND DECREASING OF RADIATION EXPOSURE
O-039 : PROPOSAL OF AN ALGORITHM FOR VERIFICATION OF TIP LOCATION OF CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND PACE-MAKERS MINIMIZING THE USE OF X-RAY EXPOSURE
O-040 : A NEW WIRELESS DEVICE FOR TIP LOCATION USING THE INTRACAVITARY ECG TECHNIQUE
O-041 : ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC (ECG) GUIDANCE DURING IMPLANTATION OF FEMORAL PORTS
O-042 : PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING DISTAL (ARM PORT) TO CENTRAL (CHEST PORT) TECHNIQUE IN AMBULATORY CANCER PATIENTS
O-043 : LONG-TERM TUNNELED CATHETER REMOVAL BY NURSE SPECIALISTS: PATIENT’S AND NURSE’S EXPERIENCES
O-044 : DETERMINING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOR SITE CARE: CONSENSUS AND GUIDELINES FOR CVADS
O-045 : BEYOND THE DRESSING FOR PICCS - STRATEGY FOR COST-SAVINGS AND WORK EFFICIENCY
O-046 : A MULTICOMPONENT BUNDLE TO MINIMIZE CATHETER-RELATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTION IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
O-047 : THE QUALITY OF PUBLISHED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES: A SYSTEMATIC APPRAISAL USING THE AGREE II INSTRUMENT
O-048 : INCATIV (INTRAVENOUS THERAPY QUALITY INDICATORS): A NEW SCORE FOR INTRAVENOUS THERAPY CARE EVALUATION
O-049 : THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NURSE-LED INTRAVENOUS THERAPY TEAM IN TERMS OF LENGTH OF STAY, VENOUS ACCESS COMPLICATIONS AND SATISFACTION OF PATIENTS REQUIRING LONG-TERM INTRAVENOUS THERAPY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
O-050 : BUILDING A MODEL CENTRAL VASCULAR ACCESS PROGRAM ONE CHANGE AT A TIME
O-051 : VIEWS ON THE VALUE OF VASCULAR ACCESS TEAMS - A SURVEY OF U.S. HOSPITAL NURSE LEADERS
O-052 : A NEW WIRELESS ULTRASOUND PROBE FOR ULTRASOUND GUIDED CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS
O-053 : CATHETER TECHNOLOGIES: IS ELUTING TECHNOLOGY OR NON-ELUTING TECHNOLOGY MORE EFFECTIVE IN PREVENTING THROMBUS ACCUMULATION?
O-054 : DOES PARENTERAL NUTRITION PROMOTE MICROBIAL GROWTH? A REVIEW OF CLINICAL AND LABORATORY FINDINGS
O-055 : TRANSLATING VASCULAR ACCESS RESEARCH FOR CLINICIANS
O-056 : THE USE OF PICC IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD STEM CELL COLLECTION
O-057 : DOES PARENTERAL NUTRITION INCREASE THE RISK OF CATHETER-RELATED INFECTION? DOES THE EVIDENCE REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE GUIDELINES?
O-058 : THE IMPACT OF 70% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL PORT PROTECTION CAPS ON CATHETER RELATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTION IN PATIENTS ON HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION
O-059 : CENTRAL VASCULAR ACCESS FOR ACUTE HEMODIALYSIS: POWER PICC DUAL LUMEN 5 FR CATHETER OFF LABEL USED
O-060 : HE CARES, SHE CARES, WHO CARES? DOES GENDER MATTER IN CARER-ADMINISTERED HOME PARENTERAL ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY?
O-061 : PICCS HANDLING IN HOMECARE: A SURVEY FOR AUDITING THE PRACTICES OF THE PRIVATE HOMECARE NURSES AND IMPROVING THEIR LEARNING TOOLS
P-001 : PREVALENCE OF VENOUS ACCESS DEPLETION AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN HIGH COMPLEXITY HOSPITALISED PATIENTS
P-002 : INDICATIONS AND ALTERNATIVE FOR DOUBLE LUMEN VENOUS PORTS IN EUROPE
P-003 : THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF DEVICE AND SITE SELECTION FOR PERIPHERAL ARTERY CATHETERIZATION
P-004 : PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETERS IN CHILDREN: AN EXPERIENCE IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL
P-005 : USE OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETERS IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER
P-006 : A NEW SECURING DEVICE TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DISLOCATION OF CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS DEVICES IN NON-COLLABORATING INFANTS AND CHILDREN: A PRELIMINARY REPORT
P-007 : ASSESSMENT OF GUIDE-WIRE POSITIONING IN CHILDREN DURING INSERTION OF THE SHORT-TERM CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER
P-008 : VASCULAR ACCESS TRAINING, EXPLOITATION AND TAKING CARE OF CATHETERS IN A NEW HEMATOLOGICAL HOSPITAL
P-009 : PATIENTS EMPOWERMENT: 2.0 RESOURCERS FOR PICC LINES PATIENTS
P-010 : SHARED DECISION MAKING: PORTH-A-CATH VERSUS PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER
P-011 : A CHECKLIST FOR THE PICC LINES INSERTION
P-012 : INFECTIONS RELATED TO CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN CANCER PATIENTS
P-013 : APPLICATION OF ASSOCIATION OF PERIOPERATIVE REGISTERED NURSES’ STANDARDS FOR BEDSIDE PICC AND CVC INSERTIONS
P-014 : THROMBOEMBOLIC EVENTS (TE) IN MEN TREATED WITH BEP (BLEOMYCINE-ETOPOSIDE-CISPLATINE): A MONOCENTRIC REVIEW OVER 1 YEAR
P-015 : THE BENEFITS OF GUIDED PUNCTURE ULTRASSON AND MODIFIED SELDINGER TECHNIQUE PICC IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: THE INTERFACE OF ADULT AND PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
P-016 : PICC CATHETER SECUREMENT: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN THE HOME CARE SETTING
P-017 : EFFICIENCY OF A CVC INSERTION BUNDLE ON HOSPITAL WIDE CRBSI RATE - A SINGLE CENTER REPORT
P-018 : PROJECT HANDS: STANDARDISING INTRAVASCULAR PRACTICE AND PREVENTING INFECTIONS
P-019 : THE ROLE OF THE PRACTICE EDUCATOR IN FACILITATING EXPERT PICC CARE
P-020 : THE USE OF POWERPICC IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT AND ITS MAIN INDICATIONS IN A CANCER CENTER
P-021 : A RANDOMISED EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF TWO SAFETY HUBER NEEDLES (HN) ALLOWING MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC POSITIVE PRESSURE DURING NEEDLE REMOVAL: EFFECT ON THE DISTAL CATHETER REFLUX
P-022 : GUIDELINE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF TOTALLY IMPLANTABLE PORTS (TIP): A PRACTICAL POCKET GUIDE NOW DOWNLOADABLE
P-023 : THE FORMATION PROCESS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PICC TEAM
P-024 : BED-SIDE VERSUS FLUOROSCOPICALLY GUIDED INSERTION OF PICCS: PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL
P-025 : THE UTILIZATION OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER IN ADULTS AND A NURSE’S CORE FORMATION TO VENOUS ACCESS: EXPERIENCE REPORT
P-026 : ARE ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT “SUPER BUGS” A REAL CHALLENGE TO ANTIMICROBIAL CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER PERFORMANCE?
P-027 : EVALUATION OF A PERIPHERAL VEIN CATHETER WITH BLOOD SEPTUM
P-028 : USE OF INTRAVASCULAR DEVICE ASSESSMENT RECORDS FOR PATIENTS ADMITTED TO SLIGO REGIONAL HOSPITAL - A PATIENT JOURNEY
P-029 : COMPARING RISK ASSESSMENTS OF CENTRAL LINE BUNDLES USED IN US HOSPITALS BY APPLYING BOWTIE METHODOLOGY
P-030 : 10 YEARS OF NEEDLESS CONNECTOR USE - DATA ENHANCED BY EXPERIENCE AND FUNCTION
P-031 : SAVING VEINS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE - A CANADIAN INITIATIVE
P-032 : TRAPEZIUS TOTALLY IMPLANTABLE PORT AND SKIN TUNNELLED CVC INSERTION
P-033 : RESULTS OF MANAGEMENT FOR THE 593 UPPER ARM PICC -20,731 CATHETER DAYS IN SINGLE HOSPITAL
P-034 : AUDIT PROCESS IN PROCEDURES OF PICC CATHETERS PASSAGES
P-035 : REDUCING THE INCIDENCE OF CENTRAL LINE ASSOCIATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTIONS (CLABSI) AFTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MANAGED PROTOCOL IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (ICU) OF A PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN THE CITY OF SÃO PAULO
P-036 : COMPLICATIONS EXPERIENCED BY PATIENTS THAT THE PASSAGE OF PICC CATHETER UNDERWENT
P-037 : ARTERIAL LINES NEED TO BE PART OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS BUNDLE
P-038 : STARTING UP A MIDLINE CATHETER PROGRAM: SOLVING PRACTICAL ISSUES TO MAKE IT WORK!
P-039 : EVALUATION OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER (PICC) MALPOSITION RATES AND THE IMPACT OF THE SHERLOCK 3CG TIP CONFIRMATION SYSTEM
P-040 : COMPARISON OF NOVEL TIP POSITIONING TECHNOLOGY (USING ECG AND DOPPLER) AND 2-D ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY FOR THE PLACEMENT OF CENTRAL CATHETERS
P-041 : A TIME AND MOTION STUDY OF PERIPHERAL VENOUS CATHETER FLUSHING PRACTICE USING MANUALLY PREPARED AND PRE-FILLED SYRINGES
P-042 : INTRAOPERATIVE FLUOROSCOPY: AN ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE TO IMPROVE ACCEPTABLE PLACEMENT OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER TIP IN ADULTS
P-043 : TAUROLIDINE-CITRATE LINE LOCKS PREVENT RECURRENT CATHETER RELATED BACTERAEMIA - EVALUATION OF THIS NOVEL THERAPY IN A PAEDIATRIC POPULATION
P-044 : AN INTERVENTION TO REDUCE CATHETER RELATED BLOOD STREAM INFECTIONS IN PAEDIATRIC PATIENTS - A BUNDLE OF CARE
P-045 : IMPROVING THE “GLOBAL USE” OF ULTRASOUND FOR CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS: A NEW SUPRACLAVICULAR SCAN BY MICROCONVEX PROBE
P-046 : USING SMARTPHONE TECHNOLOGY TO CALCULATE AND MONITOR GRAVITY INFUSIONS
P-047 : AN AUDIT OF IV DEVICES, PRACTICE AND CONSUMABLES AFTER AN ORGANISATIONAL MERGER
P-048 : THE 1st PICC TEAM IN CZECH REPUBLIC - OUR EXPERIENCE
P-049 : ESTABLISHMENT OF A VIRTUAL PICC TEAM IN A SMALL HOSPITAL
P-050 : BLITZ - NEW MODEL OF WORK TO ENSURE ADHERENCE TO HAND HYGIENE
P-051 : HOW A TEAM OF INFUSIONAL THERAPY CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE REDUCTION OF CLABSI
P-052 : EXPERIENCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTOLOGOUS MARROW TRANSPLANTATION BY PICC LINE
P-053 : IMPACT OF THE USE OF MICRO INTRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS AND NEWBORNS
P-054 : THE IMPACT OF THE USE OF NEW X-RAY TECHNOLOGY TO ENSURE THE BEST PLACEMENT OF CATHETERS
P-055 : SVC CATHETER BEHAVIOR IN SHORT TRIMMED CATHETER: AN EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY
P-056 : EVALUATION OF NEW MATERIALS “CLOSED SYSTEM” IN INTRAVENOUS THERAPY
P-057 : IMPACT OF ULTRASOUND IN PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER (PICC) PLACEMENT. EVIDENCE FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL
P-058 : RANDOMISED TRIAL COMPARING HICKMAN LINES WITH PORTS FOR CHEMOTHERAPY: A PILOT STUDY TO INFORM A LARGER TRIAL
P-059 : COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF A NEW CHG-DRESSING FOR PREVENTING CATHETER-RELATED BLOODSTREAM INFECTIONS
P-060 : RETRIEVAL OF A FRACTURED LONG-TERM VENOUS ACCESS DEVICE USING A MODIFIED PERCUTANEOUS CAPTURING TECHNIQUE
P-061 : CENTRAL VASCULAR ACCESS BY TESIO CATHETERS FOR CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS IN NEONATES AND INFANTS: BEYOND THE RULES
P-062 : NOVEL STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE VASCULAR ACCESS CARE AND REDUCE COSTS: INSIGHTS FROM VASCULAR ACCESS EXPERTS WHO BECAME INFUSION DEVICE CONSUMERS
P-063 : TIP NAVIGATION + TIP LOCATION: AN ALGORITHM FOR MAXIMIZING SAFETY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF PICC INSERTION
P-064 : THE INTRACAVITARY ECG METHOD FOR POSITIONING THE TIP OF CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS DEVICES IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS: RESULTS OF AN ITALIAN MULTICENTER STUDY
P-065 : EVALUATION OF THE USE OF PICC IN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENTS AT THE DAY HOSPITAL
P-066 : PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETERS VALVED: 5 YEARS' EXPERIENCE OF ITS USE IN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENTS
P-067 : COMPARISON OF THE INSERTION OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETERS WITH ULTRASOUND GUIDANCE AND CONVENTIONAL METHODS IN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENTS
P-068 : EVALUATION OF THE FLUSHING EFFICIENCY OF NEEDLELESS CONNECTORS USING A RADIOACTIVE SOLUTION
P-069 : COMMUNITY IV THERAPY - ARE WE EXTENDING THE BOUNDARIES TOO FAR? ARE CONDITIONS SUITABLE AND SAFE FOR MIDLINE INSERTION IN HOMES IN ONE OF ENGLAND’S INNER CITIES?
P-070 : EXPLORING ATTITUDES TO THE CANCER AND VENOUS ACCESS (CAVA) STUDY - A PRE-TRIAL QUALITATIVE STUDY
P-071 : COMPARISON OF BACTERIAL TRANSFER AND BIOFILM FORMATION ON INTRALUMINAL CONNECTOR-CATHETER SYSTEMS AMONG EIGHT NEEDLELESS CONNECTORS IN A CLINICALLY SIMULATED IN VITRO MODEL
P-072 : PERIPHERAL IV BLOOD CONTROL CATHETER DESIGN AND BIOFILM FORMATION
P-073 : EXPLOITATION OF VARIOUS CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN CHILDREN FOR THE PURPOSE OF CHEMOTHERAPY: 5-YEARS EXPERIENCE OF ONE INSTITUTE
P-074 : 15-YEAR EXPERIENCE OF IMPLANTABLE VENOUS PORT USAGE AT CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENCE: EXPERIENCE OF 4 RUSSIAN INSTITUTES
P-075 : ON THE MATTER OF SELECTION OF VENOUS ACCESS SYSTEMS AND PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN THEIR INSTALLATION
P-076 : SYSTEM OF MEDICAL STAFF PREPARATION IN RUSSIA AS A CAUSE OF MAJORITY OF COMPLICATIONS IN THE TREATMENT
P-077 : THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY AND VENOUS ACCESS: A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS
P-078 : ON THE SELECTION OF VENOUS ACCESS SYSTEMS AND PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN THEIR INSTALLATION
P-079 : EXPERIENCE OF VENOUS PORTS IMPLANTATION IN PATIENTS WITH HUNTER SYNDROME (MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS II TYPE)
P-080 : THE MID STERNAL LENGTH, A PRACTICAL ANATOMICAL LANDMARK FOR OPTIMAL POSITIONING OF LONG TERM CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS
P-081 : FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH RADIOGRAPHIC MONITORING PRACTICES: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF NEONATAL PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER (PICC) PRACTICES IN THE UNITED STATES
P-082 : IMPACT OF THE DELAY TIME FROM THE USE OF THE ULTRASONIC IN THE INSERTIONS OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS OF THE PERIPHERAL INSERTIONS
P-083 : COMPLICATIONS OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
P-084 : USE OF PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER (PICC) IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT - EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE
P-085 : A SINGLE-INCISION TECHNIQUE FOR PLACEMENT OF IMPLANTABLE VENOUS-ACCESS PORTS IN MEDIAL POCKET VIA THE AXILLARY VEIN
P-086 : ULTRASONOGRAPHIC PREDICTORS FOR FEASIBILITY OF CEPHALIC VEIN CUT-DOWN DURING TOTALLY IMPLANTABLE VENOUS ACCESS DEVICE PLACEMENT
P-087 : BACTERIAL COLONIZATION OF TWO DIFFERENT ANTISEPTIC-IMPREGNATED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN A RABBIT MODEL
P-088 : THE ANALYSIS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION AND EFFECT OF THE PICC GRADING MANAGEMENT MODE
P-089 : UPPER LIMB ARTERIAL TORTUOSITY FOLLOWING ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FORMATION FOR HAEMODIALYSIS ACCESS
P-090 : STUDY OUTCOMES OF A NOVEL SUTURELESS SECUREMENT SYSTEM
P-091 : ROUTINE CHEST X-RAY IS NOT MANDATORY AFTER FLUOROSCOPY-GUIDED TOTALLY IMPLANTABLE VENOUS ACCESS DEVICE INSERTION
P-092 : INTEGRATING PERFORMANCE-BASED NEEDLELESS CONNECTOR TECHNOLOGY INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE
P-093 : DRESSINGS AND SECUREMENT DEVICES FOR CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS (CVC): A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
P-094 : COLLABORATIVE APPROACH THROUGH SIMULATED CLINICAL USE TESTING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SAFETY HUBER NEEDLE (SHN)