Peripheral Central Vein Catheterization and Complete Implantable Infusion Port Through Internal Jugular Vein in Chemotherapy of Tumor Patients

  • Donghui Chen
Keywords: Peripheral central vein catheterization; Complete implantable infusion port through internal jugular vein; Tumor; Chemotherapy

Abstract

To investigate the application effect of peripheral central vein catheterization (PICC) and transjugular vein
completely implantable infusion port in chemotherapy of tumor patients, and to analyze the difference between
the two ways of establishing venous pathway. In the average time of catheterization, the average time of
catheterization in group A (80.29 ±30.52) was shorter than that in group B (252.26 ±124.33), and the difference
was statistically significant (t=11.633, P<0.05); the Karnfsky score of group B (81.60 ±14.75) was higher than
that of group A (70.35 ±13.62), and the difference was statistically significant (t=4.853, P<0.05); In terms of
catheter-related infection, the incidence of catheter-related infection in group B was lower than that in group A,
and the difference was statistically significant (χ2=5.792, P<0.05); The difference between group B and group B
was significantly lower in group B than in group A, and the difference between groups was statistically
significant (χ2=6.822, P<0.05). Peripheral central vein catheterization and complete implantable infusion port
through internal jugular vein have positive effects in tumor patients with chemotherapy. Considering the
economic situation of the patients, the catheterization mode of the peripheral central vein is more in line with the
actual economic situation of the patients, but from the postoperative complications of the catheter and the
quality of life of the patients, the completely implantable infusion port catheterization through the internal
jugular vein is better.

Published
2020-05-01