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Venous Access Devices (cont.)

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Problems with venous access devices, when diagnosed, usually can be treated effectively.

Although there are risks associated with central venous access devices, the benefits of these devices usually outweigh the risks. Be aware of the possible complications, recognize the signs and symptoms early, and bring these to the attention of the health care provider. The complications usually can be treated successfully.

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