Published in Blood Weekly, February 8th, 2007
Study 1: A report, "Influence of prolonged use of intravenous administration sets in paediatric cancer patients on CVAD-related bloodstream infection rates and hospital resources," is newly published data in Infection. In this recent report, researchers in Bonn, Germany conducted a study "To assess the effects of extending the routine intravenous administration set (IVAS) change-interval from 72 h (group 1) to 7 days (group 2) on the incidence density for central venous access device (CVAD)-related bloodstream infections (BSIs) and on resource...
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