Survey finds resources to prevent CRBSIs are lacking

07/13/2010 | Washington Post, The

A survey of health care professionals found they lacked resources and training to prevent catheter-related bloodstream infections, with more than half using paper-based systems that made it difficult to spot them. About one-third said it was a challenge to implement best-practice guidelines, and one in five said their administrators were not willing to spend the money needed to prevent CRBSIs.

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