Does a decrease in cvad placement and subsequent access significantly reduce the inpatients risk of a hospital acquired blood stream infection?

P- inpatient adult medical surgical patients with central venous access devices placed and accessed post admission.

I does a decrease in cvad placement and subsequent access significantly reduce the inpatients risk of a hospital acquired blood stream infection?

C – as compared to inpatient adult medical surgical patients with only peripheral venous access systems.

O decreased hospital acquired infections in central venous accessed patients.

T – 3 months then ongoing depending on results of statistics.


 

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