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A Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter is a Safe and Reliable Alternative to Short-Term Central Venous Catheter for the Treatment of Trauma Patients

Ryu DY, Lee SB, Kim GW, Kim JH

PURPOSE: To determine whether a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) meets the goals of a low infection rate and long-term use in trauma patients. METHODS: From January 2016 to June 2018,...
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Stroke Caused by Cerebral Air Embolism after Central Venous Catheter Removal: A Case Report

Kwon KE, Park NH, Kim SJ, Park JY

Cerebral air embolism is a rare, potentially catastrophic iatrogenic complication of central venous catheter removal. Cerebral air embolism can lead to serious neurological sequelae, resulting from cerebral infarction. Early radiological...
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Risk Factors of Central Venous Catheter Leakage in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Kim YD, Lee NM, Kim SY, Yi DY, Yun SW, Chae SA, Lim IS

OBJECTIVE: Leakage of central venous catheter in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is a serious complication that can lead to death. The purpose of this study was to identify the...
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Cerebral Air Embolism after Central Venous Catheter Removal in a Patient with a Patent Foramen Ovale: A Case Report and Literature Review

Hahn HJ, Lee GJ, Kim KH, Lee KE, Shim JC, Hwang DH, Kim HK

Central venous catheterization is a routinely performed procedure in clinical practice. While cerebral air embolism after the removal of the central venous catheter is very rare, it is one of...
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Central Venous Catheterization before Versus after Computed Tomography in Hemodynamically Unstable Patients with Major Blunt Trauma: Clinical Characteristics and Factors for Decision Making

Kim JH, Ha SO, Park YS, Yi JH, Hur SB, Lee KH

PURPOSE: When hemodynamically unstable patients with blunt major trauma arrive at the emergency department (ED), the safety of performing early whole-body computed tomography (WBCT) is concerning. Some clinicians perform central...
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Prediction of air inflow during central venous catheter insertion: experimental study

Jung HJ, Kim YW, Park CM, Park CH, Kang JH, Yoon YS

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the incidence and amount of air inflow during central venous catheter (CVC) insertion. METHODS: This study was an experimental study aimed at designing an apparatus to implement...
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Tension Pneumothorax after Attempting Insertion of a Central Venous Catheter

Kim KH

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Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection Prevention by Central Venous Catheter Management Staff in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Choi JU, Choi NJ, Hong SK, Kim TH, Keum MA, Kim SR, Lee SJ, Shin SD

PURPOSE: Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) are more susceptible to nosocomial infections, including central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI), surgical site infection, urinary tract infection or ventilator-associated pneumonia. This...
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The method to reduce the malposition rate via reposition of guidewire with ultrasound guidance in the central venous catheterization

Kang T, Cho S, Ahn H, Min J, Jeong W, Ryu S, Oh S, Kim S, You Y, Lee J, Park J, Yoo I, Cho Y

OBJECTIVE: Malposition of central venous catheterization (CVC) may cause vascular related complications and catheter dysfunctions. The aim of this study was to reduce the malposition rate of CVC by repositioning...
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Usefulness of ultrasonography for the evaluation of catheter misplacement and complications after central venous catheterization

Kim YI, Ryu JH, Min MK, Park MR, Park SC, Yeom SR, Han SK, Park SW, Lee SH

OBJECTIVE: To assess whether ultrasonographic examination compared to chest radiography (CXR) is effective for evaluating complications after central venous catheterization. METHODS: We performed a prospective observational study. Immediately after central venous...
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Study on Central Line Bundle Cognition, Knowledge and Performance Level of Infection Management on Central Venous Catheter among Intensive Care Nurses

Kim MH, Heo J

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study is to identify the Central Line Bundle (CLB) Cognition, knowledge and performance Level of Infection management on Central Venous Catheter among Intensive Care Unit...
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Tension hydrothorax induced by malposition of central venous catheter: A case report

Ki S, Kim MH, Lee W, Cho H

Central venous catheterization is a useful method for monitoring central venous pressure and maintaining volume status. However, it is associated with several complications, such as pneumothorax, hydrothorax, hemothorax, and air...
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Endovascular Repair of Inadvertent Arterial Injury Induced by Central Venous Catheterization Using a Vascular Closure Device: A Case Report

Kim SH, Jang WJ, Oh JH, Song YG

Central venous catheterization can cause various complications. Inadvertent subclavian artery catheterization was performed during insertion of a central venous catheter in a 73-year-old man suffering from panperitonitis due to small-bowel...
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Inhibitory effect of sustained perivascular delivery of paclitaxel on neointimal hyperplasia in the jugular vein after open cutdown central venous catheter placement in rats

Kim S, Kim Y, Hwang JW, Moon SB

PURPOSE: Inhibitory effect of paclitaxel on neointimal hyperplasia after open cutdown has not been elucidated. METHODS: For the control group (n = 16), silicone 2.7-Fr catheters were placed via the right...
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Central venous catheter malposition due to dialysis catheter: a case report

Rao PB, Singh N, Samson S

A 56-year-old man on maintenance hemodialysis was admitted to the intensive care unit with septic shock and coagulopathy. As there was a dialysis catheter in the right internal jugular vein,...
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Inadvertent Arterial Catheterization of Central Venous Catheter: A Case Report

Oh SY

Central venous catheterization is one of the most important procedures for initial resuscitation of hemodynamically unstable patients including multiple trauma patients. Inadvertent arterial placement of the large caliber central venous...
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Early-onset Pericardial Effusion after Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Catheterization in a Preterm Infant

Kwak KJ, Park JH, Choi HJ, Kim CS, Lee SL

Peripherally inserted central venous catheters (PICC) are commonly used to provide long term intravascular access for parenteral nutrition and medications in preterm infants, but rarely life-threatening complications associated with malposition...
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Correction of malposition of central venous catheter with 9-Fr introducer sheath assisted by mobile type diagnostic X-ray apparatus: a case report

Ryu J, Yoon JH, Lee EJ, Lee CA, Woo SC, Jeong CY

Central venous catheters provide long-term available vascular access. They are useful for central venous pressure monitoring, rapid fluid management, massive transfusion and direct cardiovascular medication, especially in operation. Central venous...
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Malposition of central venous catheter in the jugular venous arch via external jugular vein: a case report

Ahn S, Lee JH, Park C, Hong YW, Chun DH

The central venous cannulation is commonly performed in the operating rooms and intensive care units for various purposes. Although the central venous catheter (CVC) is used in many ways, the...
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Acute mediastinitis secondary to delayed vascular injury by a central venous catheter and total parenteral nutrition

Byeon GJ, Kim EJ, Yoon JY, Yoon SH, Woo MN, Kim CH

  • KMID: 2310708
  • J Dent Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2015 Mar;15(1):31-34.
Vascular injury caused by a central venous catheter (CVC) has been reported to be a rare complication, especially delayed vascular injury due to CVC has a few cases and it...
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