1. How to choose the intubation site of central venous catheter? At present, the order of catheter selection recommended by multiple guidelines and the consensus of Chinese experts on vascular access for hemodialysis is right internal jugular vein, left internal jugular vein, right femoral vein, left femoral vein and subclavian vein.
The disposable sterile medical anti-blocking suction drainage tube consists of an inner tube, an outer tube and a suction port, and is provided in a sterile package. It is suitable for the suction and drainage of blood, body fluid and debris from surgical wounds.
1. Prevent catheter from falling off 2, should wear loose low collar or collarless clothes 3, pay attention to wear clothes, take off clothes, turn around the movement range is not too large, do not move too hard, to prevent pulling, touch the catheter or pull out the catheter. 4. Once the catheter falls off, immediately press the wound to stop bleeding for at least 15 minutes. If there is discomfort or bleeding, go to the hospital as soon as possible.
An intravenous catheter is a medical device that is inserted and fixed in a patient's venous channel for the purpose of infusing drugs, rehydration, or monitoring. It is usually made of soft materials, such as plastic or silicone, and is stretchable. Insertion of a venous catheter is usually performed by puncturing a vein or using an instrument called a "guide needle. Once inserted, the catheter is passed through the vein into the body until it reaches the desired location. The catheter's **is then fixed to the skin to ensure it does not move or fall off.