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POSTERS

Posters are o ering important information and will be both on digital screens and mounted at poster boards.
Printed posters will be displayed on poster panels at the Tivoli Congress Hall Balcony.
The poster display is open to all participants during the entire congress.
The numbers on the poster panels correspond with the poster numbers in the program book and in the congress app.

All authors of odd poster numbers (P001 – P161) must be present at their poster on Thursday June 21, from 10.30 – 11.00 and 12:30 – 13:00 All authors of even poster numbers (P002 – P162)must be present at their poster on Friday June 22, from 10.30 – 11:00 and 12:30 – 13:00.

There will be 2 E-Poster stations where all posters can be viewed on a screen at Exhibition area and Tivoli Congress Hall Balcony. Here you can download a poster or contact the author.

A selected group of poster presenters are planned for a “Poster Pitch” to highlight the content of their posters.
Each selected poster presenter will have 2 minutes to pitch their poster.
There will be no time for questions during this session, but questions can be asked after the session and during the rest of the congress.
* Poster Pitch session 1 (PP-01) : Thursday June 21 – 11:00 – 11:30 Blomster / Ballonsalen
** Poster Pitch session 2 (PP-02)  : Thursday June 21 – 14:30 – 15:00 Blomster / Ballonsalen

Poster# - Title - Presenting Author

P001    Unsuccessful in PICC insertion: how to improve clinical practice? – Joana Andretto, RN (BR)
P002   Peripherally inserted central venous catheter: an alternative for improving the quality of nursing care – Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira, PhD (PT) , PhD (PT)
P003*  Misleading artifact in vascular ultrasound – a case report – Fabrizio Brescia, MD (IT)
P004   Experience in the implantation and management of peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) in oncological patients. One year review – Fernando Calvo-Rubio García, RN (ES)
P005   Incativ programme (intravenous therapy quality indicators): a way of improving by learning – Sonia Casanova-Vivas, RN (ES)
P006   Vascular complication of central venous cannulation – endovascular treatment – Vendelín Chovanec, MD, PhD (CZ)
P007   Reliability of cutaneous landmarks in catheter length assessment during PICC insertion – Stefano Elli (IT)
P008   Prevalence of venous thromboembolism associated peripherally inserted central catheters: a cohort of more than 700 patients – Janaina Flor (BR)
P009   Implantation of nursing prescription and standard request for the use of central peripheral insertion catheter in a private hospital in southern Brazil –  Janaina Flor (BR)
P010   Investigation of professional identity and related influence factors among infusion therapy nurse specialists from one training center in China – Ling Guo (CN)
P011*  Skill assessment of simulation training for ultrasound-guided central venous catheterization – M. Hakone, MD (JP)
P012*  Short- and intermediate-term use of peripherally inserted central catheters in Europe: a systematic literature review – Baudolino Mussa (IT)
P013   Bewilderment and dismay at lack of staff competence – Linda Kelly, MSc (GB)
P015*  Evaluation of the proficiency in the skill for ultrasound-guided central venous catheterization on the simulation training using optical needle guide – Mami Kikuchi (JP)
P016   To Lock or to Lock: Comparing the two suture-less fixation devices – Rihard Knafelj, MD, PhD (SI)
P017   ECG navigation – always exact? Case report – Maros Kunderlik, MD (SK)
P018   Complicated PICC extraction due to adherent fibroblastic sleeve – Maros Kunderlik, MD (SK)
P019   Ultrasound-guided method for repositioning a misplaced guidewire during subclavian catheterization – Fernando Longo (IT)
P020   Medication-preparation and administration errors in an oncology hospital: a direct observation study – Amanda Magalhães (BR)
P021   The perceived value of the IV TEAM assistance, management and educational activity: results of a hospitalist survey – Maria Montealegre Sanz, PhD (ES)
P022   Success rate of bedside PICC placement and characteristics of its tip position in single institution – M. Ohe, MD (KR)
P023   Effective Vascular Access for Breast cancer chemotherapy according to Patient’s Clinical Characteristics – M. Ohe, MD (KR)
P024   The need of teaching empathy to healthcare providers: why and how – Gloria Ortiz Miluy, RN (ES)
P025*  Establishment of a Finnish vascular access team – Riku Palanne, MD (FI)
P026   Experience report after implantation of a team of nurses dedicated to the insertion of PICC – Vanderlei Pupin, RN (BR)
P027   Evaluating PICCs v/s CVCs for Neuro Trauma ICU patients – Harsh Sapra (IN)
P028   Case Report: PICC line with silver sulfadiazine dressing in allergy – Kelly Onaga Jahana (BR)
P029*  Implementation and evaluation of a skills training program for ultrasound-guided vascular access in small vessels using a low-cost cadaver tissue model – Michael Wagner (AU)
P033   Impact of an intravenous therapy team on vascular care and satisfaction of  patients with multimorbidity – Victoria  Armenteros-Yeguas, RN (ES)
P034   An investigation into the reliability of Actilyse Cathflo in restoring patency to occluded peripherally inserted central catheters and implementing a new guideline – Andrew Barton (GB)
P035   Impact of the implementation of the best practice guideline: ‘assessment and devices selection for vascular access’.  knowledge transference strategy – Clara Bendito Barber (ES)
P036   A Cochrane Review. Vascular access specialist teams for device insertion and prevention of failure – Peter Carr, PhD MMedSc BSc (AU)
P037*  Optimal venous access in the Czech Republic and Slovakia – situation in 2017 – Jiri Charvat, PhD (CZ)
P038   Intravenous therapy unit: A reality – María Inés Corcuera Martínez (ES)
P039   Consensus for paediatric CVAD management. It’s happening – Kerrie Curtis (AU)
P040   Risk factors for peripheral intravenous puncture in ill children: systematic review – Claudia Floriano, MSc (BR)
P041   Prospective audit to study urokinase use to restore patency in occluded central venous catheters in haematology and oncology patients – interim results from a multicentre study (passport study) – Andrew Jackson, RGN (GB)
P042   There may be more than meets the eye: Tip location depends also of port’s capsule position and shoulder and arm motions – Irène Kriegel, MD (FR)
P043*  The 1st PICC team in Czech Republic – comparison of 2013 and 2017 results – Katerina Lisova (CZ)
P044   Randomized controlled trial for safety and effectiveness of an integrated magnetic tracking and ECG-guided tip location system (SHERLOCK 3CG®) vs. fluoroscopy in implantation of peripherally inserted central catheter (power-PICC-line) – Verena Mack (DE)
P045   Replacement short peripheral intravenous catheters with clinical monitoring – Silvia Margalejo Raffin (AR)
P046   Long-term outcomes of tunneled CVCs for treatment of pulmonary hypertension with strict application of CDC guidelines – Pavel Michalek, MD PhD DESA MSc (CZ)
P047   Spanish translation of the CASI (CVAD –associated skin impairment) algorithm – Arianna Rosich Soteras (ES)
P048*  Chinese Experts consensus on ultrasound-guided PICC placement – Hong Xing (CN)
P051   Complications associated with the use of a peripheral catheter in hospitalized children – Ana Silva, PhD (BR)
P052   Clinical aspects related to the use of peripheral catheter in hospitalized children – Ana Silva, PhD (BR)
P053   Carotid artery infusion via implantable jet-port-allround catheters for squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsils – Karl Aigner (DE)
P054   How the implementation of leaderflex midlines by the opat cns has improved patient care in a small east london trust – Jenniferth Aviles Moreta (GB)
P055   Portocator, an evaluation of a novel device to assist in accessing implanted iv ports – Andrew Barton (GB)
P056   Benefits of the implementation of the peripherally inserted central venous catheter in the nursing practices of  a medical service in Portugal – Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira, PhD (PT)
P057   JLB®: a solution for ultrasound-guided cannulation of veins of medium and large caliber in the Emergency Department – Mirco Ravazzini (IT)
P058*  The mechanistic causes of peripheral intravenous catheter failure based on a parametric computational study – Peter Carr, PhD MMedSc BSc (AU)
P059   Derivation of a tool for Justification of Emergency Department clinically indicated peripheral Intravenous (JEDI) catheters. Toward vessel health preservation with the JEDI PIVC tool – Peter Carr, PhD MMedSc BSc (AU)
P060   Subclavian vein access to long term catheter placed in the arm to avoid complication and infection: a new surgical strategy in pediatric oncology – Ricardo Carvalho, MSc (BR)
P061   Our Experience with Central Venous Catheter (CVC)  Maintenance Using Grip-Lok – Bosiljka Devcic (HR)
P062** Extended subcutaneous route in PICC insertion: a subcutaneous tunnel without surgical maneuvers – Elli Stefano (IT)
P063   PICC Group: The trajectory of the implantation of a dedicated team at Hospital de Grande Porte in Brazil – Taisi Feitosa, RN (BR)
P064   Complex vascular access: mid-thigh femoral PICC placement – Constance Girgenti, BSN, RN, VA-BC (US)
P065   Reducing Venous Depletion – Constance Girgenti, BSN, RN, VA-BC (US)
P066   A Call to Action for Vascular Access Data Collection – Constance Girgenti, BSN, RN, VA-BC (US)
P067   In-line filtration increase patients’ satisfaction on perioperative peripheral venous cannulation: a qualitative survey – Rosa Giua, MD (IT)
P068** Central venous access for acute extracorporeal dialysis: a promising experience by dual lumen power injectable CICCs and off label used PICCs in newborns and infants – Ugo Graziano, MD (IT)
P069   The First FDA approved and novel cyanoacrylate product for catheter securement – Marcia Wise, RN, VA-BC (US)
P070   Pre-clinical outcome of alexidine-treated intravenous catheter for antimicrobial and antithrombogenic effectiveness – Nisha Gupta (US)
P072
   Novel CVAD lock solution for high-risk patient population on home parenteral nutrition – Jocelyn Hill,  MN, RN (CA)
P073   A case review of a patient experience of extracorporeal photopheresis using a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) – Andrew Jackson (GB)
P074   Time as a variable in the correction of aberrant PICC tip location – Andrew Jackson (GB)
P075** Performance testing of peripheral IV securement in a clinically simulated environment – Spencer Jones (US)
P076   CT evaluation of accurate catheter tip positioning techniques in upper arm central venous port implantation: intracavitary ECG versus fluoroscopy – Weiwei Kong (CN)
P077   Comparison between supine and frog-leg position of femoral vein morphometry in children – Wilson Oliveira Jr, MD (BR)
P078   Is ultrasound-guided supraclavicular approach to the subclavian vein catheterization easier than internal jugular in children? – Wilson Oliveira Jr, MD (BR)
P079   Tunneled non-cuffed centrally inserted central catheters (CICC) in pediatric oncology: initial experience – Vilani Kremer, MD (BR)
P080   Peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC) by pediatric surgeons for children with cancer: initial experience of a brazilian center – Vilani Kremer, MD (BR)
P081   Diffusics: yes or no – Janice Lowry (IR)
P082   Nurse-led PICC team: Outcomes and lessons learned in the journey of establishing a centre of excellence – Sai Bala Madathil, MSN (IN)
P083   The Daily Review of central venous access as prevention and control of complications: the photographic archive to check in hospital and at home – Giovanni Mastrandrea, MD (IT)
P084   PICC migration – a problem of the past – Dympna McParlan, BSc(Hons) (GB)
P085   Validation of magnetic tracking system method – ecg driven vs. X-ray control and cost implications. – Baudolino Mussa (IT)
P086   The removal of a stuck catheter: our 5 years experience with Vollmar ring – Piera Pezzotti (IT)
P088   Transfer of technological innovations to nursing practice and contribution to the prevention of infections: the TecPrevInf project – Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira, PdD (PT)
P089   Seven years of evolution of the intravenous therapy team at the “Hospital Universitario Donostia (HUD)” –  Nekane Sanz Goiri, (ES)
P090   Central vascular catheters for hemodialysis:a five years pediatric nephrology  center experience – Vittorio Serio, MD (IT)
P091   Helping patients stay at home – Vicki Shawyer, RN, DipHE, BSc (GB)
P092   Patients`experiences with picc-lines; the papic study – Stine Smith, MnsC (NO)
P093   A modified technique using both color doppler ultrasound and Site-Rite V in complex cannulation of PICC: a four-year experience – Linping Song (CN)
P095   Development of a needle for peripheral intravenous catheters  to improve vein puncture using in vitro models – Hidenori Tanabe (JP)
P096   Development of the Central Venous Catheterization training device which reveals appropriate advance of the needle – Kazumi Tanaka (JP)
P099   Observational Tool for Research of Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Catheter Barrier and Securement Dressing – Nancy Moureau, RN, PhD, CPUI (US)
P101   Patient complexity and risk factors associated with phlebitis – Jordi Adamuz, PhD, MSN, RN (ES)
P102  Detection  quantification of adverse events associated with the insertion and replacement of short peripheral vascular catheters through a Check List in areas of Clinical-Surgical Hospitalization. July 2016 to December 2017 – Cirlia Alvarez, CECI (AR)
P103
   Applying MAGIC recommendations in the indication of peripherally inserted central venous catheters: retrospective analysis on a private hospital in Brazil – Jerusa Armani, RN (BR)
P104   Peripheral venous catheter related-infections in a reference hospital in Spain: preliminary results of a cross-sectional study – Ian Blanco-Mavillard, RN, MSc. (ES)
P105   Good arguments for establishing an IV-team – Rikke Boa, RN, CRNA (DK)
P106   Cumulative incidence of complications in adults with peripheral venous catheter – Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira, PdD (PT)
P107   Is it worth having a dedicated infusion therapy nurse? Impact on peripherally inserted central venous catheter-associated bloodstream infections rates and costs – Daiane Cais, RN (BR)
P108   Risk factors associated with first -time insertion success for peripheral intravenous cannulation in the Emergency Department. A multicentre analysis of patient, clinician, and product characteristics – Peter Carr, PhD MMedSc BSc (AU)
P109   From insertion to removal of Emergency Department inserted peripheral intravenous catheters. A multi-centre survival analysis of an admitted cohort – Peter Carr, PhD MMedSc BSc (AU)
P110** Standard cleaning vs a disinfection cap for the decontamination of needle-free connectors – Anna Casey, PhD (GB)
P111   Laboratory evaluation of chlorhexidine delivery into donor skin from the Biopatch® and 3M™ Tegaderm™ CHG IV Securement dressings – Anna Casey, PhD (GB)
P112   Use of peripherally inserted central catheters in children with cardiac disease – Raquel Cechinel (BR)
P113   Cardiac tamponed during insertion of a Hickman Catheter – Muazez Cevik (TR)
P114   Establishment and Operation of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters Maintenance Network in Zhong Shan – Yingjie Chen (CN)
P115   Best device for the patient – Sharon Falconer (GB)
P116 ** Occurrence of phlebitis in a private hospital in southern Brazil – Janaína Mestre Flôr (BR)
P117   Secondary lesions to curatives in central venous catheters: an observational intervention study – Janaína Mestre Flôr (BR)
P118   Bloodstream infection related to the use of central peripheral insertion catheter – Janaína Mestre Flôr (BR)
P119   Risk of midline catheter-related bloodstream infections in medical and surgical patients. A monocentric prospective study – Damien Fournier (FR)
P120   Picc and midline occlusions, nurses’ knowledge: an observational study – Marco Cappellin (IT)
P121   Report on pathways for adult clinical chemical medicines infusion with 1419 cases in several hospitals – Li Gao (CN)
P122   Effect of the implementation of the good practices in the care of central catheters – Rossana Gonzales (PE)
P123   Anatomical analysis of residuals after central venous catheter extubation in 328 cases – Jiao He (CN)
P124   Chlorhexidine-containing dressings in the prevention of central venous catheter related blood-stream infections: a cost and resource utilization analysis – Sebastian Heimann (DE)
P125   Putting the patient first: re-examing an established vascular access platform to meet current needs – Jan Hitchcock (GB)
P126   Venous access in neonates with congenital heart disease – Zuzana Hrubsova, MD (SK)
P127** The implementation of a surveillance program to prevent catheter-related bloodstream infections in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) – Emilio Jiménez-Martínez, RN (ES)
P128   Reducing Human factors in IV care by using passive disinfection caps – Rachel Kenion, RGN (GB)
P129   Non-infectious complications of central venous catheters as a nursing care indicator at an brazilian pediatric oncology hospital – Wilson Oliveira Jr, MD (BR)
P130   Clinical effectiveness of 4% tetrasodium EDTA as a routine non-antibiotic antimicrobial lock solution in central venous access devices of hemodialysis and TPN patients against the TripleThreat™: An 18-month Canadian experience – Jocelyn Hill,  MN, RN (CA)
P131   Central venous catheter occlusion and infection risk – the impact of needleless connector design – Victor Lange, MSPH, PhD, JD (US)
P132   Central catheter indicators in pediatrics: evidence for the care improvement in a Brazilian pediatric hospital – Thaís Reche, MSc (BR)
P133   Catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSI): when one factor alters the product – Silvia Margalejo Raffin (AR)
P134   Venous thrombotic events associated with implanted vascular access devices in oncology patients: a prospective cohort study – Sheryl McDiarmid, RN (CA)
P135   The influence of peripheral intravenous catheterization on the sleep quality of patients – Ryoko Murayama, PhD (JP)
P136   Audit of topical chlorhexidine dressing in haemodialysis patients – Jackie Nicholson, BSc (hons), MSc, (GB)
P137   Unintended complications associated with the use of traditional gravity-flow infusion administration sets (gravity sets) – systematic review – Nancy Trick (US)
P138   Comparing the burden of catheter-related bloodstream infection between manually-prepared saline flush and commercially available pre-filled syringes, used in combination with needleless connectors – meta-analysis – Jill Culiner (US)
P139   Reducing catheter occlusion: switching negative to positive displacement needle free connectors (nfc) to see the effect on peripherally inserted central catheter occlusion – Genevi Octavo (GB)
P140   Reducing peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) related upper extremity deep vein thrombosis (UEDVT) and occlusions – a retrospective case controlled study – Jane Pain, BSN, RN (GB)
P141   Budget impact (BI) of adopting a Central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) prevention approach for ICU patients in UK, France and Germany, consisting of antimicrobial I.V. dressings and disinfecting caps – Maria Palka-Santini, MHlthEc. (DE)
P142   The incidence and cumulative risk of primary bloodstream and venous infections in 12,623 peripheral intravenous catheters in Australia – Emily Larsen (AU)
P143   Defining difficult peripheral venous access in hospitalized patients. A cross-sectional study – Miguel Ángel Rodriguez-Calero, RN, MSc (ES)
P144   Clinical impact of needleless connectors’ design: systematic review – Victor Rosenthal, MD (AR)
P145** A quality improvement management project to improve the management of ambulance inserted peripheral cannulae (PIVC) – Leanne Ruegg, CNC (AU)
P146   Quality and safety in Picc lines using the failure mode and effect analysis method: a pilot program – Paloma Ruiz Hernandez, RN (ES)
P147   The impact of pre-filled saline flush syringes in reducing the incidence of peripheral venous catheter failure. A quasi-experimental multicenter study – Patrick Saliba, MSc (ES)
P148** Prevention of catheter migration by fixation of the breast in a sitting position before implantation of the totally implantable venous access port in women – Tae-Seok Seo, MD (KR)
P149   Addition of passive disinfecting caps for needleless connectors to existing bundle for insertion of central lines reduces central line associated bloodstream infection – Nir Shimoni, MD (IL)
P150   Reduced incidence of clinically evident PICC-related DVT in sarcoma patients – Elisabeth Simcock, RGN (GB)
P151   Submersible anchor joint for fixation of long-term central venous catheters – Anna Konstantinova (RU)
P152   Ultrasound diagnostics of catheter-associated thrombosis in children with oncogematological diseases – Anna Konstantinova (RU)
P153   Interventional study of care protocols including using ultrasonography to reduce mechanical irritation for the prevention of peripheral intravenous catheter failure – Toshiaki Takahashi, MHS, RN (JP)
P154   Retrospective analysis of catheter related bloodstream infection in 11014 patients with central venous catheter – YanShuang Cheng (CN)
P155   The safety care management experiences of 9 patients whose PICC inserted into persistent left superior vena – Yang Wang (CN)
P160   Vascular access nurse unit. Seville. Spain – Ines Durán (ES)
P161** Procedural outcomes of a university nurse led vascular access unit in a Greek general oncology hospital – Theodoros Katsoulas (GR)
P162   Experiences of the first PICC team in Slovenia – Janja Perme, MSc, RN (SI)

 

 

 

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