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*With an PTFE catheter.
**Compared to an open system.
†Up to 144 hours compared to 96 hours with an open system with a PTFE catheter.
‡BD NexivaTM Catheter System with 3MTM TegadermTM IV Securement Dressing compared to B. Braun Introcan Safety® catheter with Statlock® IV Ultra stabilization device and non-bordered dressing.
§Compared to an FEP catheter.