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Jessica Wittmann

Department of Critical Care, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, BC, V3L 3W7, Canada

Central venous access device locking practices in the adult critical care setting: a single-centre, observational study establishing duration of locking per catheter lumen

Results reveal that at least one lumen of the majority of central lines in the ICU is locked for longer than a third of the total time in situ. This is a much larger proportion of time than initially...

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