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E2 — General Session: Catheter Occlusion in the Intestinal Failure Population: Etiologies, Successful Management and Challenges

Sunday, September 16
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: Short North Ballroom
Presentation CE Credits: 1

Catheter occlusion is among the most common noninfectious central line related complications in intestinal failure, a challenging patient population requiring long term, and sometime permanent central venous access. This highlights the need to preserve existing central lines to prevent loss of venous access sites and subsequent need for intestinal transplantation. This session will include an introduction to this particular patient population with focus on the etiologies and management strategies for catheter occlusion.

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Riad Rahhal, MD, MS

Director, Pediatric Intestinal Rehabilitation Service
University of Iowa

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