Reply To: Central Lines in BMT patients

  • Angela Slates

    Member
    March 10, 2022 at 3:04 pm
    Our patients usually have mediports prior to transplant and they have a broviac/Hickman placed upon admission for transplant.  They then have the line removed prior to discharge.  

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    Original Message:
    Sent: 3/10/2022 2:40:00 PM
    From: Carie Murphy
    Subject: RE: Central Lines in BMT patients

    We do place DL PICCs usually and use 10unit heparin after flushing if not actively infusing through the line.  We only give prophylactic heparin for VOC prevention.  

    Carie Murphy, MSN, RN, CPON

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    Original Message:
    Sent: 3/10/2022 2:14:00 PM
    From: Theresa Decker
    Subject: Central Lines in BMT patients

    Hello all, 

    Just curious what type of lines your BMT patients get upon admission if they do not already have an existing Hickman. So if a patient has a port, what type of line do they usually have placed?  If you do PICC lines, do you all give prophylactic anticoagulants? We would not normally do this but our last few PICCs have developed clots so our providers do not want to use them anymore. 

    Thanks

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    Theresa Decker BSN, RN, CPHON
    Education Coordinator Hem/Onc/BMT
    Children’s Mercy Kansas City
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