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To Be a CLABSI or Not to Be a CLABSI—That is the Question: The Epidemiology of BSI in a Large ECMO Population

  • Jessica L. Seidelman (a1) (a2), Sarah S. Lewis (a1) (a2), Kirk Huslage (a2), Nancy Strittholt (a2), Sheila Vereen (a2), Chris Sova (a2), Bonnie Taylor (a2), Desiree Bonadonna (a3), David Ranney (a4), Utlara Nag (a4), Mani Daneshmand (a4), Deverick J. Anderson (a1) (a2), Daniel J. Sexton (a1) (a2) and Becky A. Smith (a1) (a2)...


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2. Dudeck, MA, Weiner, LM, Allen-Bridson, K, et al. National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) report, data summary for 2012, Device-associated module. Am J Infect Control 2013;41:11481166.
3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention NHSN e-News.” Sept. 2017. NHSN e-News 2017;12:123.


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