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In our study, OPAT is found to be efficacious in saving hospitalization’s days, with a low rate of readmissions and complications and a high patients’
To explore the blood transfusion data of emergency hemorrhage patients, so as to provide the basis for improving the quality of emergency blood transfusion and
It is often unclear what proportion of an improvement is attributable to each element of these care bundles and, as such, a single intervention such
We found no evidence of benefit or harm associated with miconazole and rifampicin-impregnated PICCs compared with standard PICCs for newborn babies” Gilbert et al (2019).
Our aim was to validate prior need for an advanced technique to establish intravenous access as a predictor of failure to achieve access via traditional
To test the feasibility of an efficacy trial comparing different flushing frequencies and volumes to reduce peripheral intravenous cannula (PIVC) failure in paediatric inpatients” Kleidon
This cross-sectional study was a retrospective review of CLABSI in inpatient pediatric hematology-oncology cases with long-term central venous catheter at the Pediatric Hematology Department from
Interventions included the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program to improve safety culture and evidence-based bundles to prevent central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI), surgical site infection (SSI),
This systematic review and meta-analysis aimed to provide evidence-based guidance to better understand the risk of central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) in cancer patients who
Adoption of a vascular access nurse led midline catheter program, coupled with device selection algorithms expanded the ability to select the right device for the
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the association of common clinical variables with small-bore tunneled central venous catheter (CVC) infection” Black et al
Patients with advanced cancers who had indwelling PICCs were reviewed using their medical records. Three types of PICCs were compared in terms of complications and