A totally implantable venous access port (TIVAP) plays a crucial role in the treatment of patients in oncology. Catheter fracture is a serious complication with an estimated incidence of 0, 1% - 1%. The objective of this systematic review is to analyze the mechanism of TIVAP fracture to make physicians aware of this fatal entity. A search of the literature between 1980 and 2019 was conducted using PubMed, Ovid, MEDLINE, and Cochrane Systematic Review databases. The search identified 18 case reports and 8 retrospective studies. Fracture of the middle part of the catheter may be induced by constant compression of the catheter between the first-rib and clavicle, which is called the pinch-off syndrome. Catheter fracture at the port-catheter junction may be caused by extrinsic compression near the port-catheter junction combined with material fatigue due to repeated bending of the catheter with shoulder movement. There is no specific cause for the fracture of a catheter tip. An annual chest X-ray is
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A dialysis catheter is a catheter used for exchanging blood to and from a hemodialysis machine and a patient. The dialysis catheter contains two lumens: venous and arterial. Although both lumens are in the vein, the "arterial" lumen, like natural arteries, carries blood away from the heart, while the "venous" lumen returns blood towards the heart. The arterial lumen (typically red) withdraws blood from the patient and carries it to the dialysis machine, while the venous lumen (typically blue) returns blood to the patient (from the dialysis machine). Flow rates of dialysis catheters range between 200 and 500 ml/min. If a patient requires long-term dialysis therapy, a chronic dialysis catheter will be inserted. Chronic catheters contain a dacron cuff that is tunneled beneath the skin approximately 3-8 cm. The tunnel is thought to add a barrier to infection. The most popular dialysis catheter sold on the market today is the split-tip dialysis catheter. This catheter comprises two free floating ...
CONCLUSION: Implanting totally implantable venous access ports in the upper arm is feasible and safe for patients with early breast cancer, with a low rate of complications, providing good alternative to central venous ports. PMID: 31841061 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]...
BACKGROUND: We investigated the safety and efficacy of several dosing regimens of catheter-directed staphylokinase (SY162) bolus administration for the treatment of long-term venous access catheter occlusion. METHODS: This open-label, ascending dose study enrolled 24 subjects. Three doses of SY162 were evaluated in three cohorts (0.15 mg, 0.3 mg and 0.45 mg) with eight subjects each. Catheter function was evaluated 30 min after the first bolus administration. In case of incomplete catheter function restoration, a second bolus was administered with reassessment of catheter function 30 min thereafter. Cathetergram was repeated to assess thrombus resolution. RESULTS: Complete restoration of catheter withdrawal function was observed in 2 (25%), 1 (13%) and 7 (88%) subjects after the first bolus in the first, second and third cohort respectively and in 4 (50%), 7 (88%) and 7 (88%) patients after the second administration of SY162. There were no bleeding complications nor other adverse events related ...
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Hemodialysis catheters are being extensively used to meet the growing demand of hemodialysis, apheresis, infusion, and monitoring of central venous pressure along with high-pressure contrast injection patients. It is predominantly used for maintaining effective blood flow rate, which is estimated at 400 ml/min for at least 3 hours. The growing number of patients suffering from end-stage renal disease (ESRD) have increased the demand for hemodialysis to avert liver damage. The various types of hemodialysis catheters available in the global market are tunneled and non-tunneled catheters.. Global Hemodialysis Catheter Market: Key Trends. The growing prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) among the global population is expected to be the primary growth driver for the global hemodialysis catheter market. According to the American Kidney Fund, about 31 million people in the U.S. were suffering from kidney diseases, which is about 10% of the overall adult population in the country. The growing pool ...
Hemodialysis catheters are being extensively used to meet the growing demand of hemodialysis, apheresis, infusion, and monitoring of central venous pressure along with high-pressure contrast injection patients. It is predominantly used for maintaining effective blood flow rate, which is estimated at 400 ml/min for at least 3 hours. The growing number of patients suffering from end-stage renal disease (ESRD) have increased the demand for hemodialysis to avert liver damage. The various types of hemodialysis catheters available in the global market are tunneled and non-tunneled catheters.. Global Hemodialysis Catheter Market: Key Trends. The growing prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) among the global population is expected to be the primary growth driver for the global hemodialysis catheter market. According to the American Kidney Fund, about 31 million people in the U.S. were suffering from kidney diseases, which is about 10% of the overall adult population in the country. The growing pool ...
Hemodialysis catheters are being extensively used to meet the growing demand of hemodialysis, apheresis, infusion, and monitoring of central venous pressure along with high-pressure contrast injection patients. It is predominantly used for maintaining effective blood flow rate, which is estimated at 400 ml/min for at least 3 hours. The growing number of patients suffering from end-stage renal disease (ESRD) have increased the demand for hemodialysis to avert liver damage. The various types of hemodialysis catheters available in the global market are tunneled and non-tunneled catheters.. Global Hemodialysis Catheter Market: Key Trends. The growing prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) among the global population is expected to be the primary growth driver for the global hemodialysis catheter market. According to the American Kidney Fund, about 31 million people in the U.S. were suffering from kidney diseases, which is about 10% of the overall adult population in the country. The growing pool ...
In this secondary analysis of the ELVIS study, we found that inserting a DC by GWE (as opposed to VPI) did not increase the risk of DC colonization but was associated with a higher risk of DC dysfunction. The risk of DC dysfunction was more than twofold higher when the previous DC was malfunctioning and had been replaced by GWE rather than by VPI.. In a pilot study Palmer et al. demonstrated that guidewire contamination during central line placement predisposes to subsequent colonization of the inserted catheter [19]. This is why replacement by GWE of a non-tunnelled catheter that is suspected to be infected is discouraged, but it may be used to replace a malfunctioning catheter when there is no evidence of catheter infection [14].. Three recent observational studies of critically ill adult patients, designed to assess the impact of catheter replacement by GWE on the risk of infections, yielded conflicting results [20-22]. In a prospective multicentre survey of 1598 central venous catheters, ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Catheter survival and comparison of catheter exchange methods in children on hemodialysis. AU - Onder, Ali Mirza. AU - Chandar, Jayanthi. AU - Saint-Vil, Marie. AU - Lopez-Mitnik, Gabriela. AU - Abitbol, Carolyn L.. AU - Zilleruelo, Gaston. PY - 2007/9/1. Y1 - 2007/9/1. N2 - This retrospective study was done to compare the infection-free and overall survival of first and subsequent tunneled cuffed hemodialysis catheters in children. Subsequent catheters were exchanged by two different methods (a) removal and replacement (R&R), or (b) wire-guided exchange (WGE) using the same tunnel and vessel. The study involved 59 children (27 male, 32 female; mean age 13.9±4.6 years) undergoing maintenance hemodialysis in a pediatric unit over a period of 60 months. From a total of 175 catheters (57 first catheters, 81 WGE, 37 R&R) and 38,888 catheter days, 74/175 (42%) catheters were exchanged because of catheter-related bacteremia (CRB) and 43/175 (25%) for malfunction or cuff extrusion. ...
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A tunneled catheter remains the most common access in patients initiating haemodialysis.1 This is most likely because the catheters are ready to use immediately after insertion, with no maturation time needed. As with any other dialysis access, hydraulic performance is critical for tunneled catheters. This depends mainly on the exit site, the shape of the catheter curve, and the tip position. In this report, Mohamed A Sheta and John R Ross discuss one important technical issue: the catheter tip.. In 2006, the Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative recommended that "at the time of placement, the tip(s) of the catheter should be in the mid-atrium, with the arterial lumen facing the mediastinum."2 In one study, Mandolfo et al reported better blood flow with the catheter tip in the right atrium.3 In another study by McCarthy, the mean survival of catheters in the right atrium was 245 days, but only 116 days for catheters placed at the junction of the superior vena cava and the right atrium.4 ...
The catheter tip must be in the lower superior vena cava for optimal performance. If placed femorally, the catheter tip should be placed in the inferior vena cava to minimize recirculation. Catheters greater than 24 cm are intended for femoral vein insertion. CAUTION: For jugular and subclavian insertion, the catheter tip should not be located in the right atrium.. WARNING: Verification of the catheter tip location must be confirmed by x-ray.. ...
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International Journal of Nephrology is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies focusing on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of kidney diseases and associated disorders. The journal welcomes submissions related to cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology, pathology, pathophysiology of renal disease and progression, clinical nephrology, dialysis, and transplantation.
Vascular Access Devices Market is estimated to mark approximately US$8.6 bn by 2024, after registering over US$5.4 bn in 2016. By volume, the market is anticipated to be propelled by a 5.4% CAGR throughout the forecast period.
BACKGROUND: Catheter-related infection (CRI) is associated with increased all-cause mortality and morbidity in hemodialysis patients and may be reduced by using antimicrobial lock solutions (ALSs). STUDY DESIGN: We performed a meta-analysis of studie
A catheter for hemodialysis comprises a flexible catheter tube defining a plurality of separate lumens. The catheter defines an arc angle of generally U-shape in its natural, unstressed configuration. Thus, the catheter may be implanted with a distal catheter portion residing in a vein of the patient, the distal catheter portion being of substantially the shape of the vein in its natural, unstressed condition. Also, a proximal catheter portion resides in a surgically created tunnel extending from the vein and through the skin of the patient, this section of the Catheter also being typically in its natural, unstressed condition. Thus blood may be removed from the vein through one lumen of the catheter, and blood may be returned to the vein through another lumen of the catheter, while the catheter is subject to long term indwelling in the body. Improved results are achieved because of the lack of mechanical stress in the shape of the catheter, which stress causes the catheter to press unduly against
A number of past conventional meta-analyses have compared different ALS with heparin. However, there is no consensus recommendation regarding which type of ALS is best. The purpose of our study is to carry out a network meta-analysis comparing the efficacy of different ALS for prevention of CRI in patients with HD and ranking these ALS for practical consideration.. METHODS AND ANALYSIS: We will search six electronic databases, earlier relevant meta-analyses and reference lists of included studies for randomised controlled trials (RCTs) that compared ALS for preventing episodes of CRI in patients with HD either head-to-head or against control interventions using non-ALS. Study selection and data collection will be performed by two reviewers independently. The Cochrane Risk of Bias Tool will be used to assess the quality of included studies. The primary outcome of efficacy will be catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI). We will perform a Bayesian network meta-analysis to compare the ...
Although Hickman catheters provide safe and reliable venous access for chemotherapy over many months (1, 2), infectious complications (3, 4) and the need for sophisticated and attentive care to maintain patency of the catheter for the duration of therapy (5) have encouraged the development of alternative devices. Access ports have recently been introduced (6, 7) to avoid these problems of maintenance and sepsis. The ports are implanted subcutaneously and have a small reservoir attached to the external end of the venous access tubing. Entry to the device for drug administration is gained by directing a specially designed needle through the ...
A. A central line is a device that assists in the process of administering chemotherapy and other medications and fluids, and blood sampling. A tube is surgically placed into a blood vessel. This device avoids the need for separate needle insertions for each infusion or blood test. Examples of these devices include Hickman or Broviac catheters, PICC lines and ports. Hickman or Broviac catheters are placed in the upper chest, and there is an external portion that protrudes from the skin. PICC lines are placed in the arm, and also have an external portion. Ports are placed in the chest but are implanted below the skin, so that nothing shows externally. When a Broviac, Hickman or PICC line are accessed, a syringe is attached to the external portion in a painless procedure. When a port is accessed, the needle is inserted through the skin causing a brief moment of discomfort, minimized with the use of a special cream (EMLA) applied to the skin. ...
A shunt for draining cerebral spinal fluid from the brain and an access port for use therein is provided. In an embodiment, the shunt includes a master control unit that is located in the abdomen, which interconnects a ventricular catheter and a second catheter, typically located in the peritoneal cavity. In a specific embodiment, the master control unit includes a variety of smart features including at least one access port to allow the injection of solutions for the prevention or removal of blockages in the catheter, and/or antibiotics. The access port can have other uses, such as allowing a point of access for physical navigation of a catheter or the like within the shunt, thereby providing another option for breaking-up blockages, and/or allowing an access point for repairing the shunts components. Additionally, the master control unit includes a diagnostic unit that transmits, either wirelessly or through a wired connection via the access port, diagnostic information about the status of the
Disclosed are implantable, vascular access ports and vascular access systems including such ports. These ports include a biocompatible housing having at least one internal open-faced chamber extending along a reference axis, and defined by a concave sidewall and a bottom wall. The concave sidewall is concave in the direction of the axis and forms a lateral sidewall for the chamber. The port further includes a septum of biocompatible, self-resealing, penetrable material affixed to the housing and spanning the periphery of the open face of the chamber. A cannula is attached at a first end to the housing and extends laterally from that end. Its second end is adapted to receive a catheter. The cannula further includes internal walls defining a channel extending from the first end, along a channel axis from a point on the lateral boundary of, and in communication with, the chamber to the second end.
Dialysis Catheters Market 2017 Executive Summary Dialysis Catheter provides vascular access to the dialysis equipment for carrying out the procedure. These catheters have two separate tubes or dual-lumen, where the arterial port helps the blood flow out to the dialysis machine and the venous port returns the blood to the body. These devices can be…
A catheter hub to nose engagement for securely engaging the hub of a catheter to the nose of a catheter emplacement unit is described. The attachment mechanism may be as simple as an elastic tube which provides an interference fit between the catheter hub and the nose of the emplacement unit. In an alternate embodiment the nose has a longitudinal slot to provide a split nose tip. The split nose tip is held in a separated position by the passage of a cannula therethrough and an enlarged burr end securely engages the hub and nose together. In another embodiment the nose has a longitudinally tapered nose tip and the tapered nose tip has an enlarged burr end to securely engage the hub and nose together. In a further embodiment the nose has an internal undercut in which an elastic plug is secured which is positioned between the catheter hub and nose. The elastic plus has a through hole having a diameter slightly smaller than the diameter of a catheter needle such that when the needle is inserted into the
About one hour or less is needed in the recovery room after a vascular access procedure. When discharged, you should rest at home for the remainder of the day and may resume your usual activities the following day, but should avoid lifting heavy objects. After having a catheter placed you may experience some bruising, swelling, and tenderness in the chest, neck, or shoulder, but these symptoms resolve over about five days. Pain medication may help during this time. This catheter may remain in place for one to two weeks. Flushing the catheter at a stated interval with a heparin flush solution may help keep blood clots from forming and obstructing the catheter.. ...
A catheter assembly including a first catheter having distal and proximal ends, and a second catheter which is positionable within the first catheter. The second catheter has a smaller diameter and is more flexible than the first catheter. The second catheter is positionable within the first catheter so that its distal end is extendable beyond the distal end of the first catheter. An expandable balloon or inflatable means is affixed to the outer surface of either the first or second catheters near the distal end thereof. When inflated, the inflatable means sealingly engages the interior walls of a body channel into which the catheter assembly has been inserted. The catheter assembly may also include associated fiber optics for viewing and removing obstructions.
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Methods and apparatuses for inserting a catheter into a patient. In one exemplary embodiment, a guide-tube is disposed within the catheter lumen to guide the insertion of the catheter into a patient. The catheter having two ends and at least a catheter lumen and is surrounded by a catheter wall. The guide-tube is hollow, and having a guide-tube lumen which is surrounded by a guide-tube wall. The dimension of the guide-tube is less than that of the catheter lumen.
Intravenous literature: Smith, J.S., Irwin, G., Viney, M., Watkins, L., Morris, S.P., Kirksey, K.M. and Brown, A. (2012) Optimal Disinfection Times for Needleless Intravenous Connectors. The Journal of the Association for Vascular Access. 17(3), p.137-143. Abstract: Background - Elimination of catheter-related bloodstream infections is a major focus in health care. According to the Centers for…
Methods for making a loaded catheter assembly for delivering a self-expanding stent where the self-expanding stent is carried in a compressed state and the compressed stent has an inside diameter smaller than the outside diameter of the catheter distal tip. The methods can utilize catheter sub-assemblies lacking already attached tips or having partially formed distal tips. A stent can be proximally and co-axially slid over the distal end of the catheter shaft and constrained by a retractable sheath disposed co-axially about the compressed stent. The catheter distal tip can be added or more fully formed after the loading of the stent. Some catheters include a preformed distal conical tip held in position by a heat-shrink film. Other catheters have an elastomeric distal tip waist for slipping over and engaging an outward projection on the catheter shaft distal region. Some catheters are adapted to engage catheter shaft distal threaded regions.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Blood-stream infection and atrial thrombus due to a buried and forgotten permanent haemodialysis catheter.. AU - Solak, Yalcin. AU - Koc, Osman. AU - Gaipov, Abduzhappar. AU - Ozbek, Orhan. AU - Biyik, Zeynep. AU - Yeksan, Mehdi. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84892551072&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=84892551072&partnerID=8YFLogxK. M3 - Article. C2 - 23148401. AN - SCOPUS:84892551072. VL - 2012. JO - BMJ Case Reports. JF - BMJ Case Reports. SN - 1757-790X. ER - ...
Many different risk factors for CRI in intensive care patients have been reported in the literature [3, 4, 8, 9, 11-13]. These include insertion site, duration of catheterization, type of dressing, type of catheter, frequent manipulations, improper aseptic techniques, number of catheter lumens, type of topical antiseptic solution used and use of the catheter for TPN. The relative importance of one risk factor over another is diffucult to assess given that in most studies only univariate analysis has been performed and estimates of the risk of each factor has not been attempted. We performed a logistic regression to assess the major determinants of CRI and found that the independent predictors of CRI were catheter insertion site, duration of catheterization and antibiotic (glycopeptide) usage.. In our study infection rates of catheters inserted into jugular vein and subclavian vein were 22.7%, 11.9% respectively (p = 0.005). The CVCs inserted to the jugular vein were associated with approximately ...
Why Are We Stuck on Tape and Suture?. Ann Marie Frey, RN & Gregory Schears, MD. Journal of Infusion Nursing January/February 2006. Biofilm: Secret Refuge of the Microbial World. Steve Bierman, MD. Infection Control Today. September 2005. Renowned Expert Dennis Maki, MD Addresses Catheter-Related Infections - Interview I. Dennis Maki, MD. Infection Control Today. January 2005. Renowned Expert Dennis Maki, MD Addresses Catheter-Related Infections - Interview II. Dennis Maki, MD. Infection Control Today. February 2005. The Benefits of a Catheter Securement Device on Reducing Patient Complications. Gregory Schears, M.D.. Managing Infection Control. February 2005. A personal odyssey toward reducing the potential for sharps injuries. Steve Bierman, MD. Journal of Vascular Access Devices. Spring 2002. A call for easier safety device classification. Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ. Journal of Vascular Access Devices. Spring 2002. The emerging science of IV securement. Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), ...
EB NEURO offers a wide variety of disposable and multi-use duodenal catheters for conventional and high-resolution manometry. Disposable catheters are available in different configurations that reach up to 24 pressure channels and offer many benefits: no need for disinfection (time-saving), no risk of infection and no risk of deletion of day of exams due to catheter malfunction. Multi-use catheters are available with configurations that reach up to 36 pressure channels and up to 12 impedance channels. They are available in silicon and in PVC. You can customize your catheter on request.. ...
A sliding gas-tight seal on an access port promotes insufflation of an anatomical space formed in tissue at a surgical site only during insertion of an endoscopic instrument through the access port into the anatomical space, and promotes deflation of the inflated space upon removal of the endoscopic instrument from within the access port. An inflatable balloon disposed about the port near the distal end may be selectively expanded to seal and anchor the access port within an incision through which a surgical procedure with insufflation is to be performed. Multiple resilient seals may be attached to the body of the port, and an auxiliary resilient seal may be inserted within the aperture of a seal attached to the body to accommodate a wide range of endoscopic instruments of various exterior dimensions inserted through the seals.
A hemodialysis catheter comprising a dual lumen tube with a bullet nose bolus at its distal end. A venous port is formed in one side of the bolus adjacent the bullet nose of the bolus. An arterial port is formed in the bolus circumferentially displaced 180 around the catheter from the venous port. The bolus contains a venous passage which transitions from a smaller diameter D-shaped cross-section to a larger diameter circular cross-section. The bullet nose is thinner than the tube but is inclined on an angle to the axis of the tube so that a portion of its outer periphery is substantially tangent to a hypothetical cylinder containing the trailing edge of the venous port.
Patients who undergo hemodialysis via a tunneled catheter often develop bloodstream infections that arise from the catheter. There are several management options for treatment of such an infection, though the best option is not clearly delineated. Standard of care options include exchanging the catheter for a new one over a guide-wire and instilling a high concentration of an antibiotic directly into the catheter lumen. The investigators are planning to treat hemodialysis catheter bloodstream infections by one of two strategies: 1. Use of a novel antibiotic lock solution Or 2. Changing out the infected catheter for a new one. Both these options have comparable cure rates as shown in the medical literature. After obtaining informed consent, patients will be randomized to either treatment arm and will continue to receive all other standard medical care.. Specific Aim: To conduct a randomized clinical trial to demonstrate that the use of a novel antibiotic lock solution (consisting of ...
Retrograde placement allows the placer to position the catheter tip in the desired anatomical location before creation of the tunnel tract. This differs from antegrade placement where the catheter tip is placed in the desired location after creation of the tunnel tract. As a result, retrograde placement may allow for more accurate tip placement.. ...
Intermittent catheters are used for emptying the urinary bladder in patients who lose control over their bladder. These catheters are used for short term. Urine incontinence can be caused due to neurogenic bladder disorders such as spinal cord injury, spina bifida or multiple sclerosis, and non-neurogenic bladder disorders. The catheter is inserted into the urethra and guided to the bladder causing the urine to flow through the catheter tube and drain into the collection bag. Once the bladder is emptied, the catheter can be removed. Self- catheterization is also possible with these catheters; even children of seven or eight years can be trained to handle catheterization on their own. A parent or caregiver can help in case a patient is physically ill.. The analysts forecast the Global Intermittent Catheters Market to grow at a CAGR of 6.33 percent over the period 2015-2019.. The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Intermittent Catheters market for the period ...
A less invasive access port (100) for use in minimally invasive surgery allows for manipulation of the viewing angle into the working site (340) in a transverse plane. According to one exemplary embodiment, the less invasive access port (100) is designed to minimize the need for muscle retraction. Additionally, the less invasive access portal (100) provides sufficient light, irrigation, suction and space for sundry medical instruments (100, 1220). According to one exemplary embodiment, a less invasive access port device (100) includes a two-piece retractor (120) having locking arms (506) secured by a latch (504). The latch (504) is located outside a wound (320) during operation for ease of access. A cannula (110, 110) includes integrated interfaces (102) for light, irrigation and suction. A housing (108) forms a collar around a top of the cannula (110, 110) and houses the light, irrigation and suction mechanisms. Instruments (100, 1220) and implants may be passed through the cannula (110, 110)
This program explains port catheter insertions. A port catheter is also known as a port-a-cath, vital-port, smart port, or power port. The program includes the following sections: what is a port catheter, what is the anatomy of the circulatory system, how is a port catheter inserted, what are risks and complications of port catheters, and how do you take care of a port catheter.
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Hello all, I,m a paraplegic for the lasrt ten yrs. & my problem relates to Autonomous Dysreflexia caused by catheter replacement.Today when my caregiver changed my one month old catheter & inserted a new one I experienced severe headach & perspiration which lasts for many hrs. persistently.Then we took catheter out & inserted a new one.Urine is flowing out continuously & there,re no signs of UTI since we replaced a functioning catheter with a new one.It,s strange that
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In one aspect, the invention provides a vascular catheter sheath for use with a therapeutic catheter having a radially expandable member. The catheter sheath includes a catheter body having a proximal end, a distal end, and at least one lumen adapted to receive the therapeutic catheter. The catheter body further includes a compliant portion near the distal end, with the compliant portion being adaptable to conform to the shape of the expandable member when the expandable member is radially expanded in the lumen.
An integrated catheter placement system for accurately placing a catheter within a patients vasculature is disclosed. In one embodiment, the integrated system comprises a system console, a tip location sensor for temporary placement on the patients chest, and an ultrasound probe. The tip location sensor senses a magnetic field of a stylet disposed in a lumen of the catheter when the catheter is disposed in the vasculature. The ultrasound probe ultrasonically images a portion of the vasculature prior to introduction of the catheter. ECG signal-based catheter tip guidance is included in the integrated system to enable guidance of the catheter tip to a desired position with respect to a node of the patients heart. Stylets and catheters including various multiple bipolar and monopolar electrode configurations are also disclosed.
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