Changing Culture: Central Line Maintenance Practices to Reduce CLABSI in a Medical Oncology Unit
Cassandra Lynch, BSN, RN OCN, NE-BC; Margaret Blissenbach, BSN, RN; Kyla Joerger, BSN, RN-C; Autumn Gode, MS, APRN, CNS -- Medical Oncology, Abbott Northwestern Hospital/Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Ryan Sagorski, MPH, CIC, CCRC, Abbott Northwestern Hospital/Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
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