Views:3 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-07-19 Origin:Site
According to the relevant information, the main function of central venous catheter is to puncture and indwelling catheter, especially in some major surgical operations, it is necessary to monitor the parameters through catheter. In particular, those central venous catheters with good quality and good after-sales service have become an important part of medical emergency. Now we will briefly describe the complications that need to be avoided after the placement of central venous catheters
1. Surface bleeding
Central venous catheter is suitable for most patients. However, some patients may easily cause some complications after catheterization, such as bleeding on the surface. This is because the great vein catheterization is equivalent to foreign body in the human body. Some patients with poor constitution and low resistance are easy to cause bleeding on the puncture surface. Therefore, the great vein catheterization should be replaced and disinfected regularly.
2. Venous thrombosis
central venous catheter is suitable for puncture in jugular vein, subclavian vein and femoral vein. In the process of catheterization, in addition to the prevention of bleeding, arterial injury and other phenomena, we also need to pay special attention to whether some diseases that are easy to cause complications will form venous thrombosis, especially some patients with hypertonic state will have a great chance of forming venous thrombosis after the puncture of central venous catheter.
3. Local infection in patients with bacteremia
According to the survey feedback analysis, the vast majority of medical staff in patients with central venous catheter puncture, will pay special attention to bacteremia patients postoperative care. Because some bacteremia patients may have infection in the local wound after puncture of central venous catheter due to long time delay, so in order to prevent local infection and other complications, patients receiving puncture should actively carry out wound disinfection and nursing.
central venous catheter is an important auxiliary tool for treatment and central venous pressure monitoring of critically ill patients. Some of the best-selling central venous catheters have many different application properties. In addition to avoiding surface bleeding, venous thrombosis and local infection of bacteremia patients should also be avoided after puncture of central venous catheters.