Experience of Using Central Venous Catheter Broviaс in Pediatric Oncological Practice

V.L. Kobys, O.M. Kliusov, S.P. Zavertylenko

Abstract


 The article describes the clinical experience of using central venous catheter (CVC) Broviac in 80 children with cancer. It is shown that the risk of catheter-associated bloodstream infection (CABI) is 1.1 per 1,000 catheter-days, which is compared to the data in developed countries. We have analyzed complications when using catheter, worked out the technique of managing patients with CABI.
These data show the safety and feasibility of using CVC Broviaс in children with cancer.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.3.66.2015.79373

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