Infusion Therapy Resource Library
Innovative Use of Existing Public and Private Data Sources for Postmarketing Surveillance of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Associated With Intravenous Needleless Connectors
This Journal Article from the Journal of Infusion Nursing used data from CMS Hospital compare data to examine CLABSI relative risk of MaxPlus™ needle-free connector compared to other needle-free connectors.
This journal article reviews technology adoption and leading-edge innovations related to IV medication use.
Meta-analysis on central line-associated bloodstream infections associated with a needleless intravenous connector with a new engineering design
This Journal Article from American Journal of Infection Control, is a meta-analysis to determine the risk of CLABSI associated with MaxPlus™ needle-free connectors compared to other commercial connectors
Reduction of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection Rates in Patients in the Adult Intensive Care Unit
This Journal Article from the Journal of Infusion Nursing, details a comprehensive program of product (Including adopting MaxPlus™ needle-free connector) and process improvement that an ICU made to reduce CLABSI rate
Systematic Intervention to Reduce Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection Rates in a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
This Journal Article from Pediatrics, details a comprehensive program of product (Including adopting MaxPlus™ needle-free connectors) and process improvement that a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care unit made to reduce CLABSI rates