Decreasing the Incidence of Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection in Children at Home on Parenteral Nutrition with Short Bowel Syndrome

Children with short bowel syndrome (SBS) and intestinal failure are chronically ill. They require parenteral nutrition for months to years and suffer significant complications related to their treatment. Costs of treatment are high in both dollars and the impact on quality of family life.

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Work Title Decreasing the Incidence of Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection in Children at Home on Parenteral Nutrition with Short Bowel Syndrome
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  1. Janet Hunter Shields, MSN, CRNP, PNP-BC
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  1. Penn State Hershey Nursing
License All rights reserved
Work Type Poster
Publication Date 2014
Subject
  1. Short bowel syndrome
  2. CLABSI
Deposited March 10, 2014

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