“Interoperability between the smart pump and EMR systems proved beneficial in the administration and monitoring of continuous infusions” Joseph et al (2020).
“P-PN improves the rate of weight gain to discharge home in preterm infants born 30 to 33 weeks gestation compared with peripheral intravenous 10% glucose” Suganuma et al (2020).
“The findings of this study suggest that evidence-based guidelines impact clinical practice on a national level” Lindquester et al (2020).
“A major risk factor when several attempts are made at obtaining vascular access is the multiple posterior wall punctures with a large bore needle” Montrief et al (2020).
“We present the first reported case, to the best of our knowledge, of sepsis from central line-associated blood stream infection from Chryseobacterium gleum in the United States” Anson et al (2020).
“These findings suggest that alcohol-containing caps on ports are effective in preventing CLABSI” Taşdelen Öğülmen and Ateş (2020).
“The study showed that SSS was non-inferior to MSS in detecting pathogenic microorganisms and supports the use of SSS as a routine method” Yu et al (2020).
“Nurses are at the front line in preventing, reducing, and sustaining zero CLABSI rate through implementing evidence based practices” Kuriakose (2020).
“Voluntary recall on June 23, 2020 of the ChloraPrep™ 3 mL applicator due to possible fungal contamination” FDA (2020).
“Top five on the final list were acute neonatal airway management, acute non-neonatal airway management, non-neonatal peripheral intravenous and intraosseous access, neonatal vascular access and advanced heart lung resuscitation” Thim et al (2020).
“This study was conducted to examine the effect of local hot and cold applications on pain, anxiety level, insertion time, and vein evaluation before peripheral venous catheter (PVC) insertion” Korkut et al (2020).
“To reduce the risk of COVID-19 among this vulnerable patient population, providers overseeing OPAT care need to consider the relative safety of the different OPAT sites of care” Mansour et al (2020).
“USG represents a valuable support during arterial catheterization and is recommended in adult patients” Imbriaco et al (2020).
“Subcutaneous access should be considered alongside intravenous therapy for hydration in older adults, and several medications” Broadhurst et al (2020).