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CVLConseil de la Vie Lycéenne (French: Board of High School Life)
CVLCervicovaginal Lavage
CVLComputer Vision Library
CVLChange Volume Label
CVLComputer Vision Laboratory
CVLCentre de Voile de l'Aber Wrac'h (French: Aber Wrac'h Sailing Center; Aber Wrac'h, France)
CVLCentral Venous Line
CVLLight Aircraft Carrier (US Navy ship designation)
CVLCreditors Voluntary Liquidation
CVLConseil de la Vie Locale (French: Council of Local Life)
CVLCertificat de Vente Libre (French: Certificate of Free Sale; exports)
CVLCercle de la Voile de Lyon (French sailing club)
CVLCopper Vapor Laser
CVLConstructions du Val de Loire (French construction company)
CVLClub Vélo Loisirs (French cycling club)
CVLColorado Virtual Library
CVLCytovillin
CVLAircraft Carrier, Small (US Navy)
CVLClub de Voile de Langrune sur Mer (French sailing club)
CVLConservative Vice Lord (gangs)
CVLCompatibility View List (Microsoft Internet Explorer)
CVLCorrelation Velocity Log
CVLCarmel Valley Library (California)
CVLChromobacterium Viscosum Lipase
CVLCentral Veterinary Laboratories
CVLCoding Violation - Line (Telabs)
CVLCommercial Vehicle Lubricants
CVLCommunity Virtual Library (gaming)
CVLColecistectomia Videolaparoscopica
CVLControl Value List
CVLCercle Volley-Ball de Limoges (French volleyball club)
CVLCranial Vapor Lock (slang for doing something stupid)
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Tsou Yau, "Paraplegia: complication of percutaneous central venous line malposition," Pediatric Neurology, vol.
Central venous lines (CVLs) insertion is a very common procedure that is performed by practitioners of different specialties for varied indications.
[sup][44] In addition, laceration of the thoracic duct can also result in chronic chylothorax even after the removal of the central venous line. This laceration may require subsequent surgical removal.
Binary logistic regression analysis with forward conditional analysis showed that only TPN, central venous line, previous or current antibiotic use, endotracheal aspirate culture positivity for Candida species and urine culture positive for Candida species were included in a statistical significant model.
A few cases of primary coronary sinus thrombosis have been reported (6) but coronary sinus thrombosis is mostly associated with previous invasive cardiac procedures such as central venous line placement, insertion of pacing wires, or coronary sinus catheterisation for ventricular lead placement during cardiac resynchronisation therapy.
Objective: To compare complications of anatomical versus ultrasonographic insertion of central venous line.
(3) Hence, some physicians order platelet transfusion before central venous line placement in TTP patients.
Reduction of catheter-related bloodstream infections through the use of a central venous line bundle: epidemiological and economic consequences.
The following variables were evaluated for each patient: sex; age; previous hospital admission within 90 days; admission to the intensive care unit; length of hospitalization before bacteremia; use of mechanical ventilation, central venous line, urinary catheter and surgery during the current hospitalization; underlying conditions such as diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, heart failure, neoplasm, acute renal failure, trauma and previous antibiotic use during current hospitalization.
While in the NICU, the baby received neonatal parenteral nutrition through a central venous line. On August 31,2009, Melissa and her husband filed a medical malpractice suit against the hospital on behalf of their daughter.
After 3 unsuccessful attempts at percutaneous line placements an intraosseous tibial, femoral or central venous line should be placed immediately.
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