Needle-free devices: keeping the system closed.


Health professionals are under increasing pressure to reduce costs while ensuring patient safety. As the number of vascular access devices (VADs) used in health care continues to increase, there is a need to reduce the complications of infection and occlusion associated with them. Needle-free devices (NFDs), also known as needleless connectors, have been… (More)
DOI: 10.12968/bjon.2017.26.2.S14


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@article{Kelly2017NeedlefreeDK, title={Needle-free devices: keeping the system closed.}, author={Linda J Kelly and Tracey L Jones and Stephanie Kirkham}, journal={British journal of nursing}, year={2017}, volume={26 2}, pages={S14-S19} }