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Right atrium catheter PICC-CATH
peripheralcentral venous

right atrium catheter
right atrium catheter
right atrium catheter
right atrium catheter
right atrium catheter
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Area of the body
right atrium, peripheral, central venous

Description

Overview Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Product:PICC-CATH Category: VTS - Vascular Therapy System Product Description PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters): PICC are medium/long term venous systems, projected for both continuous and discontinuous use, both intra-and extra-hospital, for a period of time that goes from 7 days to 12 months, made with high the superior vena cava and the right atrium. Biocompatibility materials, with a calibre that generally is between 3 and 6 French (Fr), which can be inserted in adult patient – through the cannulation of a peripheral vein in the upper limb. PICC is a central catheter: namely, its needle point must be positioned near the junction between The PICC allows all typical uses of “classic” central ve- nous catheters (CVC) and can be used for: The infusion of hypertonic solutions (osmolarity above 800 mOsm/liter); Administration of basic (pH> 9), acids (pH 4; For repeated samples for Fr> 4 ; For palliative care; What are the advantages of a PICC than a traditional CVC? The PICC allows the same type of infusion therapies of a short-term CVC inserted by direct puncture of the inter- nal jugular, or subclavian, or femoral vein, but in addi-tion it has the following advantages: It avoids the risks of complications that are typical of central venous puncture (emo-pneumothorax, etc); Lower risk of septic complications; Lower risk of thrombosis;

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