Central venous catheters may harm patients Central venous catheters are commonly used to provide permanent hemodialysis for patients with severe kidney disease. One method, inserting a catheter through huge vessels, has been commonly used worldwide in recent years. A new study released in Hemodialysis International finds that this treatment might block the blood circulation in the vessel, leading to superior vena cava syndrome , a highly serious complication caused by the obstruction of blood coming to the center from the upper body nizagara100.com/nizagara-online.htm . Related StoriesHospi introduces Macy Catheter Tray at ACEP annual meetingCertain antibiotic treatment for MRSA may potentially make patients sickerNew scientific chemistry analyzer released by EKF at Medica 2015The warning signs of SVC syndrome include shortness of breath, swelling of the higher limbs, face and neck, which happen as the catheter, generally inserted right into a large blood vessel, blocks blood movement.

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