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[Expert consensus on safety management of vascular access devices for patients with digestive system cancer (2024)].

The rational selection and standardized management of vascular access devices is an urgent issue in the treatment of digestive system cancer. The purpose of this consensus is to develop solutions for the safe management of intravenous vascular access devices for patients with digestive system cancer and to provide evidence for clinical decision-making. This consensus is developed by a group of experts from multiple-disciplines in China International Exchange and Promotive Association for Medical and Health Care Clinical Nutrition Health Branch, Clinical Nutrition Branch of Chinese Nutrition Society, Chinese Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. It is based on the best current evidence and combined with Chinese clinical practice experience. The recommendations were discussed and on the following topics: how to choose vascular access devices for patients with digestive system cancer; optimal selection of puncture sites and positioning of the tip for peripherally inserted central catheters; prevention and management of complications post-central venous catheterization; strategies for prevention and treatment of central venous catheter occlusion; criteria for central venous catheter removal; indications for the use of venous port access and criteria for peripheral venous catheter in patients with digestive system cancer.

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