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Permcath, also known as a permanent catheter or tunneled catheter, is a type of central venous catheter that is inserted into a large vein for long-term use. It is typically used in patients who require frequent or continuous access to their bloodstream for medical treatments such as chemotherapy, dialysis, or long-term antibiotic therapy. The permcath is inserted through a small incision in the chest or neck and then tunneled under the skin to a larger vein, such as the jugular vein or subclavian vein. It is secured in place with sutures and has a cuff that promotes tissue ingrowth to help prevent infection.
Permcaths are designed to be more durable and long-lasting compared to other types of temporary catheters. They can remain in place for several months or even years, depending on the patient’s needs. However, they do require regular care and maintenance to prevent complications such as infection or blockage. It’s important to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions for caring for your permcath, including keeping the insertion site clean and dry, flushing the catheter regularly, and avoiding activities that may put strain on the catheter or dislodge it. If you have any specific concerns or questions about permcaths, it’s best to consult with your healthcare provider who can provide you with personalized information and guidance.

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