Precurved non-tunnelled catheters for haemodialysis are comparable in terms of infections and malfunction as compared to tunnelled catheters: A retrospective cohort study

Mathijs van Oevelen, Alferso C. Abrahams, Marcel C. Weijmer, Tjerko Nagtegaal, Friedo W. Dekker, Joris Rotmans, Sabine C. A. Meijvis*, J. A. Bijlsma, K. E. A. van der Bogt, A. van de Brug, C. E. Douma, E. J. Hoorn, D. H. T. IJpelaar, M. J. Krol-van Straaten, K. W. Mui, J. H. M. Tordoir, H. H. Vincent, N. Zonnebeld, DUCATHO Study Grp

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)307-312
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of vascular access
Volume20
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2019

Keywords

  • Haemodialysis
  • infections
  • catheter
  • complications
  • vascular access
  • RISK-FACTORS
  • ASH SPLIT
  • BACTEREMIA
  • DIALYSIS
  • DESIGN
  • ACCESS

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van Oevelen, M., Abrahams, A. C., Weijmer, M. C., Nagtegaal, T., Dekker, F. W., Rotmans, J., Meijvis, S. C. A., Bijlsma, J. A., van der Bogt, K. E. A., van de Brug, A., Douma, C. E., Hoorn, E. J., IJpelaar, D. H. T., Krol-van Straaten, M. J., Mui, K. W., Tordoir, J. H. M., Vincent, H. H., Zonnebeld, N., & DUCATHO Study Grp (2019). Precurved non-tunnelled catheters for haemodialysis are comparable in terms of infections and malfunction as compared to tunnelled catheters: A retrospective cohort study. Journal of vascular access, 20(3), 307-312. https://doi.org/10.1177/1129729818805954