Prevention of central line–associated bloodstream infections



This study evaluated the questionnaire testing nurses’ knowledge about the maintenance of a central venous catheter (CVC) and assessed it with regard to age, work experience, type of ward, frequency of trainings, and postgraduate education. There were 1,180 questionnaires (N = 784; 66.4% of the total sample) distributed in several regions of Poland for a period of 7 months. The difficulty level for each question ranged from 0.22-0.88.


Dedunska, K. and Dyk, D. (2015) Prevention of central venous catheter–associated bloodstream infections: A questionnaire evaluating the knowledge of the selected 11 evidence-based guidelines by Polish nurses. American Journal of Infection Control. August 23rd. [epub ahead of print].

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