ARROWgard Clinical Bibliography Title: efficacy of anTisepTic-impregnaTed cenTral venous caTheTers in prevenTing caTheTer-relaTed bloodsTream infecTion: a meTa-analysis

  • Published 2008

Abstract

Considerable research has been conducted and published regarding the efficacy of ARROWg + ard, chlorhexidine and silver sulfadiazine in suppressing microbial colonization, and their effect on reducing hospital costs. A catheterrelated bloodstream infection can prolong hospitalization and substantially add to the cost of hospitalization. In addition, numerous studies have investigated the incidence, impact and control of catheter-related bloodstream infections.

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@inproceedings{2008ARROWgardCB, title={ARROWgard Clinical Bibliography Title: efficacy of anTisepTic-impregnaTed cenTral venous caTheTers in prevenTing caTheTer-relaTed bloodsTream infecTion: a meTa-analysis}, author={}, year={2008} }