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Minimizing Hospital-Acquired Conditions: A Focus on CLABSIs

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Minimizing Hospital-Acquired Conditions: A Focus on CLABSIs
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The risk of central-line associated blood infections is rampant among vascular access patients but preventing this serious health threat IS possible.
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    Central-line associated blood infections, or CLABSIs, are hospital-acquired conditions that result in prolonged hospital admissions, an increase in healthcare costs, and unfortunately, patient suffering and, in some cases, even death. To help vascular access teams prevent these serious infections, ReachMD host Mario Nacinovich, MSc speaks with Dr. Hildy Schell-Chaple, a clinical nurse specialist in critical care. 

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