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Nontunneled central venous catheter bloodstream infections in pediatric surgery

  • Marco Denina (a1), Roberta Curetti (a1), Silvia Garazzino (a1), Erika Silvestro (a1), Carlo Scolfaro (a1) and the Regina Margherita Children’s Hospital Bloodstream Infections Study Group (a1)...
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Author for correspondence: Marco Denina, Email: marco.denina@gmail.com

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Regina Margherita Children’s Hospital Bloodstream Infections Study Group members: Paola Ragazzi, Christian Carlino, Pier-Luigi Calvo, Elisabetta Teruzzi, Paolo Tavormina, and Antonio Andreacchio.

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5 Wu, S, Ren, S, Zhao, H, et al. Risk factors for central venous catheter-related bloodstream infections after gastrointestinal surgery. Am J Infect Control 2017;45:549550.
6 Moon, HM, Kim, S, Yun, KW, et al. Clinical characteristics and risk factors of long-term central venous catheter-associated bloodstream infections in children. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2018;37:401406.
7 Hord, JD, Lawlor, J, Werner, E, et al. Central-line–associated bloodstream infections in pediatric hematology/oncology patients with different types of central lines. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2016;63:16031607.
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