“Experimental group students observed a high-fidelity simulation bedside report for a CLABSI-affected patient” Gaffney et al (2020).
“This study examined hospital leaders’ management practices around the prevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) and central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) to identify actions that leaders can take to promote HAI prevention efforts” McAlearney et al (2020).
“Radiological landmark formula is superior to Peres’ formula for measuring optimal depth of insertion of right internal jugular venous catheter” Manudeep et al (2020).
“The present study aimed to assess post-basic nursing students’ knowledge of evidence-based guidelines on the management of peripheral venous catheters” Etafa et al (2020).
“An integrative literature review was conducted to identify the current state of outpatient acuity and opportunities for classifying patients in the infusion center” Fesler et al (2020).
“Patients undergoing hemodialysis via AVF had fewer all-cause hospitalizations and mortality rate than those using tunneled CVCs” Celik et al (2020).
“These findings suggest that the implementation of an evidence-based clinical practice guideline significantly reduced the rate of peripheral intravenous extravasation and extravasation from a central line in neonates” Chan et al (2020).
“The objective of this study is to assess the port complications and risk factors for complications in GC patients with PM” Yang et al (2020).
“The highest incidence proportion of CRBSI (31%) was found in a home care team where patients had been trained to disconnect themselves from the PN drip” Schedin et al (2020)
“Scalp veins in neonates/infants typically have less overlying subcutaneous fat compared to other peripheral sites to allow easier visualization and cannulation” Doyle et al (2020).
“The purpose of this study was to test the feasibility of a training in hypnotic communication techniques (HCTech) for pediatric nurses to prevent procedural pain and distress in children during venipunctures”
“This editorial extensively discusses the flushing methods of TIVADs highlighting the need for important and substantial changes, both in extending the range of flushes and in the solutions and methods to be used” Bertoglio (2020).
“The introduction of antiseptic barrier caps in this high-risk population did not significantly alter CLABSI rates” Cruz-Aguilar et al (2020).