Clinical Significance of a Nurse-Driven Vascular Access Protocol
Cheryl L. Campos, DNP-C, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, Quality Management Services, Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, Salinas, California, USA
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Vascular Access Nurse
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