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Bloodstream infections are a critical issue for health care facilities around the world — 60% of all hospital-acquired bloodstream infections originate from some form of vascular access1. Some of the most well-known are Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection (CRBSI) and Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection (CLABSI).
Bloodstream infections can be acquired at the time of insertion or anytime throughout the duration of vascular access. Most happen after insertion.2 Microbes can enter the bloodstream through extraluminal or intraluminal access points. Stay informed about best practices for preventing bloodstream infections.
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In this latest revision by the Infusion Nurses Society (INS), discover new and expanded guidelines to help advance infusion policies and infection prevention protocols in clinical settings.
Join Lisa Gorski, chairperson of the INS Standards Committee in this webinar series as she covers what's new in the latest Standards.
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