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The effect of “pediatric peripheral intravenous access (PPIVA) pathway” on the success of vascular access in children

Published:December 06, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedn.2022.11.029

      Abstract

      Purpose

      Determine the affects of the developed “Pediatric Peripheral Intravenous Access (PPIVA) Pathway” on the success of the vascular access in children.

      Design and methods

      A quantitative approach was used using a quasi-experimental single-group post-test design involved pediatric patients. The patients who were first attempted for peripheral vascular access were subjected to the procedure in accordance with the “PPIVA Pathway”. The data was collected via a form on which we recorded down the patients' characteristics alongside their procedural data, as well as the Difficult Intravenous Access (DIVA) Score. For statistical analysis, the R vers. 2.15.3 program was utilized.

      Results

      The patients who applied to the pediatric observation clinic had a mean age of 8.14 ± 5.01 years. The DIVA total mean score of the patients was 1.73 ± 1.79. 89.1% (n = 163) of pediatric peripheral intravenous procedures were successfully completed on the first access. The logistic regression analysis model was found to be statistically significant to identify the factors that affect pediatric peripheral intravenous success on the first attempt (χ2 = 24.701; p < 0.001). A one-point increase in the DIVA score was found to reduce the likelihood of success on the first attempt by 56.1% [OR (95% CI) = 0.439 (0.280, 0.686), p < 0.001].

      Conclusions

      Using an algorithm to perform a peripheral intravenous intervention in children increases the likelihood of success on the first attempt.

      Practice implications

      Using PPIVA Pathway shall improve the provision of atraumatic care for children, as the success rate of pediatric peripheral intravenous access on the first attempt is high.

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