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An integral part of care of the cancer patient is intermediate and longer-term vascular access as a means of medication, chemotherapy, or parenteral nutrition administration, as well as allowing repeated blood sampling without need for venipuncture.

To drain infections and abnormal collections of fluid in the chest and abdomen, or to place devices such as chest ports so that patients who must receive regular infusions of chemotherapy drugs can have them delivered directly into the bloodstream.