Results Risk factors of nosocomial infection were coma (OR=4.771), catheterization in urinary tract (OR=4.062), blood transfusion (OR=2.455), chronic cardioangiopathy (OR=2.304) and type of surgery wound (OR=1.911).
(2) The duration of successful puncture and cannulation were (18± 5) s and (134±39) s in group Ⅰ, significantly shorter than those in group Ⅱ[(65±21) s, (257±68) s] and group Ⅲ [(51±16) s, (184±53) s].
Results The artery puncture and cannulation success rates (94.2% vs 100%; P>0.05), the angioplasty success rates (92.3% vs 94.3%; P>0.05), and the complications (5.8% vs 5.6%; P>0.05)between the two groups had no significant difference.
The patents in two groups were noted BP,HR and SpO2 respectively in T1 ,T2 ,T3 , T4,T5 and compared with pre-abduction,nodded the comeback time of freedom breath,the time of goggle and the time of evulsion cannulation in all the patients.
In addition to routine retrograde left heart catheterization and recording of the hemodynamic parameters demonstrated by ventriculography, the coronary blood flow was measured in all patients.
Methods: Cardiac outputs measured by Innocor (CORB) were compared with CO obtained by echocardiography (COEC), Swan-Ganz thermodilution (COTD), and left ventricle radiography (COLVR) in 34 patients subjected to cardiac catheterization.
After stabilizing the hemodynamic situation by pCPS (4-5 l/min) it was possible to transfer the patient to the catheterization laboratory.
Results: In 55 % (17/31), diagnosis of urinary tract infection was confirmed by single bladder catheterization; in 26 % (8/31), urinary tract infection could be excluded, and in 19 % (6/31), bladder colonization without pyuria was found.
After single dose antibiotic therapy with 500 mg Ciprofloxacin, given immediately after catheterization, no infectious complications occurred.
On arrival the patient was transferred to the operation theatre immediately and after femoro-femoral cannulation was supported by a heart-lung-machine circulation.
We report on a 40-year-old male with a central venous catheter malposition in the left pericardiophrenic vein after successful cannulation of the left internal jugular vein.
Differential diagnosis are cannulation of the descending aorta, a persistent left-sided superior vena cava and other smaller veins like the left internal thoracic vein or the left superior intercostal vein.
The cannulation of the left coronary artery increased the sympathetic reactivity of the arterioles.
In biopsies of the human right atrium, obstained at right atria cannulation during open-heart surgery, the reactions were performed consecutively.