A peripherally inserted central catheter line is used to inject medication in the body for treatment. It is a flexible tube attached to a syringe and drip that delivers medications in the body like chemotherapy, antibiotics, blood transfusion, liquid fluid, and IV (intravenous) fluids. They are very useful to avoid repeated stings of the syringe. Further, indulging in the day to day activities with this PICC Line attached to your body is possible as well. The syringe is inserted by a trained nurse or doctor and is often left for months for prolonged treatment procedures. Always ensure that the PICC line remains damage free throughout the process.
At Care Hospitals, the staff members have years of training and experience to insert and repair the PICC Line accurately and ensure that all PICC Line standards of care are maintained.