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199406, Санкт-Петербург, ул.Гаванская, д. 49, корп.2

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Vol. 12, Art. 49 (pp. 588-597)    |    2011       

Catheter associated infection in malignant lymphomas patients
A.K. Yurkin, A.V. Novitskiy, V.V. Tyrenko, A.V. Schegolev, D.A. Gornostayev

Military Medical Academy n.a. S.M. Kirov, Saint-Petersburg

Brief summary

Central vens catheterization is standard and effective transfusion providing method in hematological practice. But using central catheterization techniques lead to arising frequency of nosocomial blood infections in hematological patients especially with critical neutropenia. In this study a 57 cases of central veins cathetering were analyzed in malignant lymphomas patients. The frequency of catheter associated blood infections in this patients was studed and the most tupical germ distribution among studied patients was discovered. The new approaches to blood infections prophylaxis and treatment were suggested.

Key words

Catheterization, blood infection, hemoblastoses, malignant lymphomas, Hodgkin lymphomas, non-Hodgkin lymphomas.

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