Living with haemophilia has established itself as the complete guide for people who suffer from haemophilia and their families. Sensitively and clearly written, it takes a positive approach to physical development and encourages the pursuit of healthy, active and fruitful living. Peter Jones shows how, with the right care, the person with haemophilia can live an active and normal life.An alternative is a PortaCath, described at the end of this chapter. ... In fact, any vein will do. ... A useful method of practising venepuncture is to put a length of plastic Butterfly tubing under a tablecloth and attempt to ... When this starts to happen more often than you would like, you need to take a rest. ... The others are referred to as long lines; two of the trade names are Hickman or Broviac catheters .
|Title||:||Living with Haemophilia|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2002-05-16|