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Catheter Complications Clinical Trials

A listing of Catheter Complications medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (5) clinical trials

Bladder Morphology Using 2 Different Catheter Designs

The Foley catheter has been the mainstay of bladder drainage for many decades. There has been little design change despite risks associated with Foley catheter use including cather associated Urinary Tract Infections(UTIs). However, recent incentives and penalties related to iatrogenic bladder infections have encouraged healthcare providers to search for ways ...

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Prospective Cohort Study on Tolerability & Safety of Uro-Tainer Polihexanide 0.02%

The objective of this study is to assess the tolerability and safety of Uro-Tainer Polihexadine 0.02% intended as routine rinsing and bacterial decolonization of urinary catheters in long-term catheterized patients. After each instillation patients will be assessed for vital signs, skin reactions and other symptoms suggesting intolerance or sensitivity and/or ...

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A Trial to Study the Influence of Ultrasound Guidance on the Complications of Central Catheter

Determination of the insertion technique The insertion technique (with anatomical landmarks or ultrasound-guided) will be determined by randomization. To that aim, we will use a software available on an intranet server and available from all ICUs involved in the study. All central venous catheters included in the study will be ...

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Major Complications Related to PICC and Midline Insertion

A PICC line is a Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter. It is long, small, flexible tube that is inserted into a peripheral vein, typically in the upper arm, and terminates in a large vein in the chest to obtain a central intravenous access. A Midline catheter is similar to a PICC, ...

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Comparison Between Sutureless Devices for PICC and a New System KT FIX PLUS

PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) are commun used. Just one paper report morbidity with suture as fixation system for PICC (dislodgement, infection) In the guidelines it's recommended to use sutureless device. The devices actually used are unsatisfactory because of the high risk of migration, accidental removal. A new device, called ...

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