Vascular access in complex oncohematological patients (a clinical case)
Keywords:central venous catheter, peripherally inserted central catheter, oncohematological diseases
AbstractPatients with hematologic malignancies require reliable vascular access in order to prescribe infusion therapy, chemotherapy, antibiotics, drugs and blood components. The article describes a clinical case of using a peripherally inserted central catheter in an atypical locus with discussion and explanations.
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