- -No statistically differences for complications between dressing devices
- -Specific increased risk of infection for BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2 and diabetes mellitus.
- -Specific increased risk of thrombosis for chronic renal failure and malignancy.
- -Less catheter migration and accidental withdrawal in outpatients.
- -More accidental withdrawal and occlusion with multiple lumen catheters.
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Funding/Support: The study was promoted by the Caen University Hospital with partial financial support from Safe Tee Fixe society.
Conflicts of interest: No conflict of interest to declare.