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A 10-Year Single-Center Experience of Catheter-Related Thrombosis in Neonates

Shin JH, Gang MH, Lee YW, Kil HR, Chang My

Objective: Central catheterization is one of the major iatrogenic risk factors of neonatal thrombosis. We conducted this study to investigate the clinical features of neonatal catheter-related thrombosis. Methods: This is a...
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Novel Wire-Guided Scalpel to Facilitate Central Venous Catheter Insertion without a Skin Bridge

Rauchwerger JJ, Serle M, Astbury JC

Central venous catheter (CVC) placement is a commonly performed procedure. More than 5 million CVC placements are performed annually in the United States, with nearly 45% of critical care patients...
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Safety of immediate use of totally implantable venous access ports in adult patients with cancer: a retrospective single-center study

Lee J, Hur SM, Kim Z, Lim CW

Purpose: Totally implantable venous access ports (TIVAPs) can be used long-term for safe administration of intravenous drugs. TIVAP complications include catheter-related infections, venous thrombosis, extravasation, TIVAP migration, and pain. The...
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Outcomes of bedside peripherally inserted central catheter placement: a retrospective study at a single institution

Kwon S, Son Sm, Lee SH, Kim JH, Kim H, Kim JY, Kim JI, Moon IS

Background: Bedside insertion of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) has higher rates of malposition than fluoroscopic-guided PICC placement. This study evaluated the success rate of bedside PICC placement, variations in...
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Chemoport-A Savior in Children Who Require Chronic Venous Access: An Observational Study

Radhakrishna V, Radhakrishnan CN, Rao RC, Kireeti G

PURPOSE: Long-term venous access is cumbersome in children because of their thin caliber veins, less cooperative nature, and easy compromise of venous integrity. Hence, a study was conducted to evaluate...
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Giant Dorsalis Pedis Pseudoaneurysm Following Cannulation for Arterial Line in a Patient with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Anastasiadou C, Giannakakis S, Galyfos G, Livieratos L, Kastrisios G, Papapetrou A, Maltezos C

Dorsalis pedis artery (DPA) aneurysms are very rare and fewer than 60 cases have been reported in the literature. Most affected patients present with false aneurysms after orthopedic surgery or...
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A Prospective Study of Extending the Implanted Port Heparin Flushing Cycle in Outpatients with Solid Tumors

Kim H, Ku H, Choi SE

PURPOSE: This prospective study was done to determine if it is possible to extend the implanted port heparin flushing cycle. METHODS: Patients enrolled in the study had their port flushed once...
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Usefulness of Percutaneous Puncture in Insertion of Totally Implantable Venous Access Devices in Pediatric Patients

Choi JS, Park KM, Jung S, Hong KC, Jeon YS, Cho SG, Choe YM

PURPOSE: Totally implantable venous access devices (TIVADs) are commonly used in pediatrics for the administration of chemotherapy, antibiotics, or parenteral nutrition. TIVADs can be implanted using various techniques, including surgical...
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Discomfort related to Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters in Cancer Patient

Yi M, Kim IR, Choi EK, Lee S, Kwak M, Cho J, Ahn JS, Kwon IG

PURPOSE: This study aimed to assess the discomfort and factors influencing the discomfort of cancer patients with peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC). METHODS: A cross-sectional survey was conducted at a tertiary...
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The Benefits of Navienâ„¢ Intracranial Support Catheter for Endovascular Treatment

Lee S, Gong TS, Lee YW, Kim HJ, Kweon CY

OBJECTIVE: Endovascular treatment is one of the most important treatments along with open craniotomy for cerebrovascular surgery. The successful treatment of endovascular disease relies on appropriate instruments and the surgeon's...
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Clinical Outcomes of Cryopreserved Arterial Allograft Used as a Vascular Conduit for Hemodialysis

Ha TY, Kim YH, Chang JW, Park Y, Han Y, Kwon H, Kwon TW, Han DJ, Cho YP, Lee SG

This single center cohort study aimed to test the hypothesis that use of a cryopreserved arterial allograft could avoid the maturation or healing process of a new vascular access and...
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Comparison of treatment delay associated with tunneled hemodialysis catheter placement between interventionists

Kim YH, Kim HR, Jeon HJ, Kim YJ, Jung SR, Choi DE, Lee KW, Na KR

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Fragmented care in nephrology can cause treatment delays. Nephrologists are qualified to perform vascular access-related procedures because they understand the pathophysiology of renal disease and perform physical examination for...
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Catheter Fracture of a Totally Implantable Venous Device Due to Pinch Off Syndrome in Breast Cancer: A Case Report

Kim Y

Totally implantable venous devices are used in medical care for parenteral nutrition, vascular access, administrating chemotherapeutic agents and so on. Although the large variety of catheter complications, catheter fracture is...
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Hemostatic Efficacy and Safety of a Novel Mechanical Compression Device for Femoral Arteriotomy

Hwangbo L, Kwak M, Lee S, Kim CW

PURPOSE: To evaluate the hemostatic efficacy and safety of a novel mechanical compression device for femoral arteriotomy. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We identified 290 patients who underwent vascular intervention with a novel...
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Insertion of Totally Implantable Central Venous Access Devices by Surgeons

An H, Ryu CG, Jung EJ, Kang HJ, Paik JH, Yang JH, Hwang DY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate the results for the insertion of totally implantable central venous access devices (TICVADs) by surgeons. METHODS: Total 397 patients, in whom TICVADs...
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Complications of Central Venous Totally Implantable Access Port: Internal Jugular Versus Subclavian Access

Jung PY, Ryu H, Jung JH, Lee E, Oh JH, Byun CS, Park IH

BACKGROUND: Totally implantable access port (TIAP) provides reliable, long term vascular access with minimal risk of infection and allows patients normal physical activity. With wide use of ports, new complications...
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Ultrasonographic features of vascular closure devices: initial and 6-month follow-up results

Choo HJ, Jeong HW, Park JY, Jin SC, Kim ST, Seo JH, Lee SJ, Park YM

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate the ultrasonographic findings for various types of vascular closure devices (VCDs) immediately after the angiographic procedure and at 6-month follow-up. METHODS: We included 18 VCDs...
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Transcatheter closure of small ductus arteriosus with amplatzer vascular plug

Cho EH, Song J, Kang IS, Huh J, Lee SY, Choi EY, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to share our experience of transcatheter closure of small patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) by using an Amplatzer vascular plug (AVP). METHODS: We reviewed the...
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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Using CoreValve by Transaortic Approach

Chun KH, Ko YG, Shim JY, Lee S, Chang BC, Shim JK, Kwak YR, Hong MK

INTRODUCTION: Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is now considered as an alternative treatment option for severe aortic stenosis (AS) patients who cannot undergo surgical aortic valve replacement (AVR). CASE REPORT: We...
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