These catheters have been tried for patients who need an exit site
that is harder for the patient to reach due to mental issues, which may cause damage to the tubing, like scratching of the exit site
or accidental tubing disconnection (Penner & Crabtree, 2012).
contamination or infection of the exit site
or catheter tunnel promotes a high risk for infection within the peritoneum (peritonitis).
In addition, we noticed evidence of infection developing at the new exit site
and PAC hub swabs) as previous authors have done (17) we reported culture of these specimens as "no growth", "scanty" growth (1+ or 2+), "moderate" growth (3+) or "abundant" growth (4+), according to routine laboratory practice.
Table 2 provides results regarding performance of the three technology interface factors that were relevant during combined use of FES-IM and the gait robot: (1) lead wire exit sites
, (2) cables, and (3) stimulator and finger switch.
The VRSA isolate recovered from the catheter exit site
was identified initially at a local hospital laboratory using commercial MIC testing and was confirmed by the Michigan Department of Community Health and CDC.
For example, physical education time and sports such as swimming become socially difficult because of the catheter exit site
Q: What are the roles of nephrology nurses in the selection of the peritoneal dialysis catheter and exit site
The most likely source of infection of a CVC is from skin contamination at the insertion site and standardised catheter exit site
care is one of the most important factors in the prevention of catheter-related infection (CRI) (Young et al.
To date, attempts to mitigate the problem of leakage from the insertion site with suture constriction of the catheter exit site
, frequent drainage, and bulky dressings have met with limited success and often caused additional irritation to the skin at the dressing site.
To establish best practice in documentation of PD exit site
17] did not find differences in the rate of bacteremia, exit site
infections, or the need for catheter removal among patients with and without HIV infection.