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1945 3
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1947 7
1948 7
1949 29
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1951 36
1952 30
1953 41
1954 33
1955 29
1956 37
1957 32
1958 43
1959 49
1960 44
1961 73
1962 50
1963 58
1964 54
1965 32
1967 1
1973 2
1974 5
1975 33
1976 51
1977 49
1978 96
1979 129
1980 132
1981 169
1982 220
1983 264
1984 347
1985 384
1986 435
1987 431
1988 392
1989 497
1990 482
1991 400
1992 402
1993 467
1994 470
1995 454
1996 403
1997 462
1998 496
1999 470
2000 461
2001 504
2002 532
2003 553
2004 529
2005 542
2006 694
2007 683
2008 715
2009 653
2010 977
2011 1433
2012 1604
2013 1871
2014 1990
2015 2169
2016 2072
2017 2033
2018 2063
2019 1031
2020 39
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Central venous catheters.
Smith RN and Nolan JP. BMJ 2013 - Review. PMID 24217269
Indwelling Urinary Catheters: A Pathway to Health Care-Associated Infections.
Clayton JL. AORN J 2017. PMID 28454610
Improving practices of placement and removal of urinary catheters requires education aimed at changing the habits of nurses and physicians. Clinicians should follow evidence-based guidelines, including using aseptic technique for site preparation and supplies and limiting use and duration of the placement of urinary catheters. ...
Improving practices of placement and removal of urinary catheters requires education aimed at changing the habits of nurses and physi …
Intermittent Catheters for Chronic Urinary Retention: A Health Technology Assessment.
Health Quality Ontario . Ont Health Technol Assess Ser 2019. PMID 30847008 Free PMC article.
Specifically, we compared prelubricated catheters (hydrophilic, gel reservoir) and noncoated catheters, as well as their single use versus reuse (multiple use). ...People who use ICs reported that the high ongoing cost of purchasing catheters was a financial burden. Almost all said they would prefer not to reuse catheters sold as "single use" but could not afford to do so. ...
Specifically, we compared prelubricated catheters (hydrophilic, gel reservoir) and noncoated catheters, as well as their singl …
Early planned removal of umbilical venous catheters to prevent infection in newborn infants.
Gordon A, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 29017005 Free PMC article.
Early planned removal of umbilical venous catheters (UVCs) is recommended to reduce the incidence of infection and associated morbidity and mortality. ...AUTHORS' CONCLUSIONS: Currently available trial data are insufficient to show whether early planned removal of umbilical venous catheters reduces risk of infection, mortality, or other morbidity in newborn infants. ...
Early planned removal of umbilical venous catheters (UVCs) is recommended to reduce the incidence of infection and associated morbidi …
Urinary catheters PART 1.
HIll B and Mitchell M. Br J Nurs 2018. PMID 30457373
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