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A PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL AUDIT TO COMPARE THE EFFECTS OF TWO PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS CATHETER (PIVC) SECUREMENT DEVICES ON THE INCIDENCE OF PIVC FAILURE

Walton M1, Tanya J2, Chandrika PM3, Sancta M, Cresentia B, Sunnu P, Beena K, Pramaja J, Rosalin J. 1 Professor, Dept of Medical Surgical Nursing, St John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore 2 Tutor, Dept of Obstetrics and gynecology, St John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore 3 Tutor, Dept of Medical Surgical Nursing St John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore

Abstract:-

Over 60% of all hospitalized patients require peripheral venous (PVC). catheterization. Reported failure rates, or unscheduled restarts, range from 33% to 69%. Reliable securement of PVCs is an important factor in its maintenance. The aim of the study is to compare the effects of transparent polyurethane dressing and adhesive dry dressing at peripheral intravenous catheter insertion site on the incidence of PIVC failure

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