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What complications need to be avoided after puncturing a central venous catheter

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According to relevant information, the main function of the application of central venous catheters is to perform puncture and indwelling the catheter, especially for parameter monitoring through the catheter before certain major surgical operations. Especially those central venous catheters with good quality and good after-sales service have become an important part of medical emergency. Now I will briefly describe the complications that need to be avoided after central venous catheters are installed:

1. Surface oozing

Central venous catheters are suitable for venous catheterization in most patients. However, some patients may easily cause some complications after catheterization, such as surface oozing. This is because large venous catheterization is equivalent to a foreign body in the human body. Some patients have poor physical fitness and low resistance. It is easy to cause bleeding on the puncture surface, so the large vein should be replaced and disinfected regularly.

2. Venous thrombosis

The central venous catheter is suitable for puncturing multiple large venous tubes such as jugular vein, subclavian vein and femoral vein. In addition to preventing bleeding, arterial damage, etc. during the puncture catheterization process, it is also necessary to determine whether certain complications that are prone to cause venous thrombosis, especially for patients with hypertonic conditions after puncturing a central venous catheter. There is a high chance of venous thrombosis.

3. Local infection in patients with bacteremia

According to the survey feedback analysis, most medical staff will pay special attention to the postoperative care of patients with bacteremia when performing central venous catheter puncture. Because some patients with bacteremia may develop infections in their local wounds after puncturing the central venous catheter, in order to prevent complications such as local infections, patients undergoing puncture should actively perform wound disinfection care.

Central venous catheter is an important auxiliary tool for treatment and central venous pressure monitoring of critically ill patients. Some of the well-selling central venous catheters have a number of different application properties. After puncturing the central venous catheter, in addition to avoiding superficial bleeding, it is also necessary to avoid venous thrombosis and local bacteremia Infection and other phenomena.



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