|1.||Mehta, Y: 1 article (11/2007)|
|2.||Trehan, N: 1 article (11/2007)|
|3.||Juneja, R: 1 article (11/2007)|
|4.||Gupta, A: 1 article (11/2007)|
|5.||Kyriacou, Demetrios N: 1 article (08/2003)|
|6.||Garland, Franklyn: 1 article (08/2003)|
|7.||Kyriacou, Demetrious: 1 article (08/2003)|
|8.||Tanabe, Paula: 1 article (08/2003)|
|9.||Karadağ, A: 1 article (05/2000)|
|10.||Görgülü, S: 1 article (05/2000)|
11/01/2007 - "There was a significantly lower incidence of thrombophlebitis in the Biovalve PUR group (17%) compared to the Vialon group (60%) at the end of seven days (p < 0.001). "
09/01/1991 - "Despite the theoretical superiority of Vialon as a cannula material, under controlled conditions there appears to be little difference in its inherent capacity to cause the thrombophlebitis."
08/01/1988 - "Infusion thrombophlebitis: a prospective comparison of 645 Vialon and Teflon cannulae in anaesthetic and postoperative use."
07/01/1993 - "Development of thrombophlebitis in peripheral veins with Vialon and PTFE-Teflon cannulas: a double-blind, randomised, controlled trial."
09/01/1991 - "Development of thrombophlebitis in peripheral veins with Vialon and PTFE-Teflon cannulas: a double-blind, randomised, controlled trial."
01/01/1989 - "As Vialon softens at body temperature, it would seem likely that it generates a lesser degree of endothelial injury, explaining the lower rate of phlebitis with Vialon catheters."
05/01/2000 - "The results of the study demonstrate that Vialon catheters are associated with less risk of catheter-induced phlebitis than are Teflon catheters."
05/01/2000 - "The total phlebitis rate was 36.8%, with almost half of the patients (49.2%) in the Teflon catheter group and 24.0% of patients in the Vialon catheter group. "
09/01/1989 - "This investigation found that the incidence of phlebitis in the group receiving Vialon I.V. catheters was 36 percent lower than that of the group receiving Teflon I.V. catheters."
01/01/1989 - "During the period 49 to 72 h after the insertion of the catheter, the risk of phlebitis in the Teflon group was twice that in the Vialon group. "
|3.||Needlestick Injuries (Needlestick Injury)
03/01/2000 - "The authors conclude that Vialon cannulae reduce the frequency of site changes and are safer for staff to use because of the reduced risk of needlestick injuries."
03/01/2000 - "The purpose of this parallel randomized study was to evaluate whether subcutaneous infusion sites initiated with winged vialon cannulae would have fewer skin reactions and longer site duration than metal butterfly needles and reduce needlestick injuries to staff. "
|5.||Anti-Bacterial Agents (Antibiotics)
|3.||Occlusive Dressings (Occlusive Dressing)