Y Steinfeld

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BACKGROUND Closed-system suction catheters (CSSC) were designed to eliminate the need to disconnect the patient from the ventilator during endotracheal suctioning (ETS). During data collection on an NIH-funded study, it was noted that moisture accumulated on the inside of the CSSC and sleeve when attached to the patient for 30 minutes. Because CSSC are not(More)
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