Subcutaneously anchored securement device prevents dislodgment of tunneled-cuffed central venous devices
Aim of this study is to describe the incidence of complications, focusing on dislodgment and on the role of new securement devices in reducing this annoying issue” Dolcino et al (2017). Abstract: INTRODUCTION: The potential drawbacks of tunneled-cuffed catheters are complications such as local or systemic infection, dislodgment, rupture, malfunction, and deep venous thrombosis. AimRead More