Study on Using PICC to Control the Incidence of Catheter-Related Blood Stream Infections in SICU
Abstract: Objective: To study the incidence of CR-BSI (Catheter-Related Blood Stream Infections) of CVC (Central Venous Catheters) and PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) in SICU. Methods: Random observation and analysis on the catheter-related infections of the 90 patients’ replacement of CVC or PICC in SICU. According to the diagnostic criteria of infection, CR-BSI Logistic regression analysis is used to determine speculation. Results: 8 cases of infection in CVC (8.6 per thousand) and 1 case of infection in PICC (1.2 per thousand). For CVC the indwelling time was (19.74 ± 2.14) d, in which the infected CVC’s indwelling time was (13.87 ± 1.56) d; For PICC the indwelling time was (30.41 ± 3.58) d and the infection indwelling time was on the 28th. Logistic regression analysis showed that the catheter indwelling time was the only predictor of CVC infection (P = 0.013). Conclusion: Shortening the indwelling time of CVC, using PICC instead of CVC may reduce CRBSI for long-term-stay patients in ICU.
文章引用: 赵 越 , 韩文军 , 顾月霞 , 钱火红 (2014) PICC在SICU控制血管导管相关性感染发病率中的应用研究。 护理学， 3， 32-36. doi: 10.12677/NS.2014.33007
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