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Effect of the Kanghuier Transparent Hydrocolloid Dressing in Preventing Central Venous Catheter Infection and Phlebitis after Cardiac Surgery.


As cardiac surgery is complicated, time-consuming, and traumatic, it may cause great damage to the patient's body. Therefore, postoperative indwelling venous catheters are required for hemodynamic monitoring and rapid fluid replenishment. Intravenous catheterization infection can easily lead to phlebitis, which not only affects the success of the operation and patient recovery but may also lead to death in severe cases. Good perioperative care is key to reducing postoperative infection in patients, and the choice of dressings for patients with catheterization plays an important role in reducing catheter infection.