Needlefree resource quick links

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Intravenous products: We are pleased to offer quick links to two needlefree resources. The first is a summary of three recent SHEA poster presentations. Firstly Ryder et al describe the “Differences in Bacterial Transfer and Fluid Path Colonization through Needlefree Connector-Catheter Systems In-Vitro”. In another study Moore et al review “Three Years Experience of Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections in the Intensive Care Units and Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit at an Academic Medical Center”. Finally, Landreth et al present “A Multi-Faceted Approach to Reduction of Blood Culture Contaminants at an Academic Medical Center”.

Click here to review the poster.

The second is a link to a Marcia Ryder presentation that examines the argument between ‘Split-Septum’ and ‘Mechanical-Valve’ intravenous connectors.

Click here to view the presentation.

Finally, The following link is for the full Ryder et al poster which was presented at INS 2011. The poster aims to describe the “Differences in Bacterial Transfer and Fluid Path Colonization through Needlefree Connector-Catheter Systems In-Vitro”.

Click here for the link to the full poster.

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