Neonatal zero CRBSI


At St. Bernardine Medical Center, doctors and nurses work around the clock to make a difference in the lives of the hospital’s tiniest patients.

And as of today, the neonatal intensive care unit, otherwise known as the NICU, where premature babies spend the first days or even months of their lives, has gone 298 days without a catheter-associated blood stream infection in any infant.

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