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2019 [Central venous catheter related infections. Inter-Societies update and recommendations]. SADI, SATI
2018 Antimicrobial lock solutions for preventing catheter-related infections in haemodialysis. CI, CVC, HD, RCTs, RR
2018 Detection of bacterial DNA from central venous catheter removed from patients by next generation sequencing: a preliminary clinical study. CVC, NGS, SSI
2018 Healthcare associated bloodstream infections in Polish hospitals: prevalence, epidemiology and microbiology-summary data from the ECDC Point Prevalence Survey of Healthcare Associated Infections 2012-2015. BSI
2018 Perioperative antibiotics should be used for placement of implanted central venous ports: A propensity analysis evaluating risk. CVAP
2018 Preemptive Ethanol Lock Therapy in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Patients With Catheter-Associated Bloodstream Infection: Impact on Length of Stay, Cost, and Catheter Salvage. ELT
2017 Analysis of Risk Factors of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Induced Catheter-related Infection in Patients with Leukemia. PICC
2017 Chlorhexidine-impregnated transparent dressings decrease catheter-related infections in hemodialysis patients: a quality improvement project. CHG-transparent, CVC
2017 Does antimicrobial lock solution reduce catheter-related infections in hemodialysis patients with central venous catheters? A Bayesian network meta-analysis. ALS, HD, RCTs
10  2017 Effect of universal chlorhexidine decolonisation on the infection rate in intensive care patients. CHX, ECDC, HAIs
11  2016 Antimicrobial lock solutions for the prevention of catheter-related infection in patients undergoing haemodialysis: study protocol for network meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. ALS, CRBSI, HD, RCTs
12  2016 Comparison of alcoholic chlorhexidine and povidone-iodine cutaneous antiseptics for the prevention of central venous catheter-related infection: a cohort and quasi-experimental multicenter study. aHR, CI, CRBSI, ICU
13  2016 Seasonal Variation in the Peritoneal Dialysis-Related Infections: A Single Center Experience in the Mediterranean. CoNS, PDRI
14  2016 [Analysis on the prevalence of central venous catheter-related infection in burn patients and its risk factors]. CRBSI
15  2015 Effect of ultra-low dose and standard heparin locks on early tunnelled dialysis catheter outcomes in low-risk dialysis patients. TDC
16  2015 Impact of antibiotic- and silver-impregnated external ventricular drains on the risk of infections: A systematic review and meta-analysis. AI-EVD, CI, EVD, RR, SI-EVD
17  2015 Incidence, risk factors, microbiology of venous catheter associated bloodstream infections--a prospective study from a tertiary care hospital. AO, CVC-BSI, CVCs, ICU, MDR, QBC
18  2015 Outcome Indicators for Home Parenteral Nutrition Care: Point of View From Adult Patients With Benign Disease. HPN, QOL
19  2014 Catheter-related infection and septicemia: impact of seasonality and modifiable practices from the DOPPS. aHR, HD
20  2014 Should central venous catheter be systematically removed in patients with suspected catheter related infection? CRBSI, CVC, ICUs, IDSA
21  2014 Sustained low incidence of central venous catheter-related infections over six years in a Swedish hospital with an active central venous catheter team. CRBSI, CVC
22  2014 [A prospective randomized controlled trial on effect of norvancomycin tube sealing for prevention of central venous catheter-related infection in critical patients]. APACHE II
23  2013 Catheter-related infection in Irish intensive care units diagnosed with HELICS criteria: a multi-centre surveillance study. CI, CVCs, HELICS, ICUs
24  2013 Central venous catheter infections in outpatients with pulmonary hypertension treated with continuous iloprost. PH
25  2013 Clinical analysis of central venous catheter-related infections in patients in the emergency ICU. EICU
26  2013 Epidemiology of catheter-related infections in adult patients receiving home parenteral nutrition: a systematic review. CRBSI, HPN
27  2013 Vascular access strategy for delivering long-term antimicrobials to patients with infective endocarditis: device type, risk of infection and mortality. CI, CRBSI, CVCs, HR, IE
28  2013 [Skin antisepsis with 0.05% sodium hypochlorite before the insertion of a peripheral venous catheter in adults, children and newborns]. PVC
29  2012 A multicentre analysis of catheter-related infection based on a hierarchical model. CI, CVCs, ICU, OR
30  2012 Guidelines for preventing catheter infection: assessment of knowledge and practice among paediatric and neonatal intensive care healthcare workers. HCWs
31  2012 Infectious complications in the management of gastroschisis. GPS, WI
32  2012 Should policy-makers and managers trust PSI? An empirical validation study of five patient safety indicators in a national health service. DU, EB, PE-DVT, PS, PSI
33  2012 Strong biofilm production but not adhesion virulence factors can discriminate between invasive and commensal Staphylococcus epidermidis strains. NCRB
34  2012 [Incidence of catheter-related infection and associated risk factors in hospitalized patients with parenteral nutrition]. PTN
35  2011 Clinical outcome of catheter salvage in neutropenic cancer patients with catheter-related infection. ---
36  2011 Microbiology of tunnelled catheter-related infections in a multi-ethnic South-east Asian patient population. MRSA
37  2011 Successful prevention of tunneled, central catheter infection by antibiotic lock therapy using cefotaxime. CVCs, TCC
38  2011 [Blood-stream catheter related infection in inpatient children receiving parenteral nutrition]. PN
39  2010 Antimicrobial central venous catheters in oncology: efficacy of a rifampicin-miconazole-releasing catheter. CC, CVC, OR
40  2010 Clinical and cost effectiveness of guidelines to prevent intravascular catheter-related infections in patients on hemodialysis. ESRD, HD
41  2010 Microbiological pattern of arterial catheters in the intensive care unit. ACs, OTUs
42  2010 [Catheter-associated bloodstream infections. Review of five-year surveillance among hospitalized patients]. BSI, CVC, HAI
43  2009 Central venous catheterization: a prospective, randomized, double-blind study. CRBSI, CVCs
44  2009 Ethanol lock therapy for the treatment of catheter-related infections in haemophilia patients. CVAD, ELT, ITI
45  2009 Successful prevention of cuffed hemodialysis catheter-related infection using an antibiotic lock technique by strictly catheter-restricted antibiotic lock solution method. ---
46  2009 Usefulness of catheter tip culture in the diagnosis of neonatal infections. CFU, ROC
47  2009 Vancomycin flush as antibiotic prophylaxis for early catheter-related infections: a cost-effectiveness analysis. VF
48  2009 [Administration of low-dose heparin in total nutrient admixture prevents central venous catheter-related infections in neonates]. PICC
49  2008 A meta-analysis of hemodialysis catheter locking solutions in the prevention of catheter-related infection. ALSs
50  2008 Central venous catheter-related infections in hematology and oncology : guidelines of the Infectious Diseases Working Party (AGIHO) of the German Society of Hematology and Oncology (DGHO). ---
51  2008 Comparison between qualitative and semiquantitative catheter-tip cultures: laboratory diagnosis of catheter-related infection in newborns. CNS
52  2007 Effect of education on the rate of and the understanding of risk factors for intravascular catheter-related infections. CRBSI, ESI
53  2007 Prevalence of life-threatening complications in pediatric patients affected by intestinal failure. CVC, HPN, IF, IFALD, NID, PN, SBS, SPD
54  2006 Central venous catheter infections at a county hospital in Sweden: a prospective analysis of colonization, incidence of infection and risk factors. CI, CVCs
55  2005 Central venous access in the home parenteral nutrition population-you PICC. HPN, OACIS, OCVAD, PICC
56  2005 Chlorhexidine and silver-sulfadiazine coated central venous catheters in haematological patients--a double-blind, randomised, prospective, controlled trial. CHSS, CVCs
57  2005 Hub qualitative blood culture is useful for diagnosis of catheter-related infections in critically ill patients. CVC
58  2005 Indwelling time and risk of infection of dialysis catheters in critically ill cancer patients. DCs, ICUs
59  2005 [Meningeal febrile syndrome and hemiplegia revealing infectious endocarditis: the story of a catheter-related infection]. ---
60  2005 [Standardized incidence ratio: a risk index for catheter-related infection surveillance in intensive care units (REACAT network) in Northern France]. CVC, ICU, ID, SIR
61  2004 Catheter-related infection in gastrointestinal fistula patients. TPN
62  2004 Locking of tunneled hemodialysis catheters with gentamicin and heparin. ---
63  2004 Reduced colonization and infection with miconazole-rifampicin modified central venous catheters: a randomized controlled clinical trial. CRBSI, CVC
64  2004 [New strategy of actuation in central venous catheter and its influence in infection]. ---
65  2003 A needleless closed system device (CLAVE) protects from intravascular catheter tip and hub colonization: a prospective randomized study. COS, CRBSI
66  2003 Difference in time to detection: a simple method to differentiate catheter-related from non-catheter-related bloodstream infection in immunocompromised pediatric patients. CVC, PV
67  2003 Effect of extended perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis on intravascular catheter colonization and infection in cardiothoracic surgery patients. IVC
68  2003 Strict infection control measures do not prevent clonal spread of coagulase negative staphylococci colonizing central venous catheters in neutropenic hemato-oncologic patients. CoNS, CRB, MRSE, PFGE
69  2003 The relationship between methodological trial quality and the effects of impregnated central venous catheters. ---
70  2003 [Infections of intravascular perfusion sets]. ---
71  2002 Prevention of tunneled hemodialysis catheter-related infections using catheter-restricted filling with gentamicin and citrate: a randomized controlled study. ---
72  2002 Selection of empiric therapy in patients with catheter-related infections. ---
73  2001 Catheter materials affect the incidence of late blood-borne catheter infection. PC, SC
74  2001 Novel strategies to prevent catheter-associated infections in oncology patients. CRB
75  2001 [Infection associated with intravascular catheter in 1998 at the University Clinic of Navarra]. ---
76  2000 Evaluation of outcome of intravenous catheter-related infections in critically ill patients. CI, CNS
77  1999 Diagnosis of catheter-related bacteraemia: a prospective comparison of the time to positivity of hub-blood versus peripheral-blood cultures. DTP
78  1999 Standardizing the definition and measurement of catheter-related infection in home care: a proposed outcome measurement system. ---
79  1998 Catheter-related infection: an update on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. ALT, CRB
80  1998 Clonal expansion of Staphylococcus epidermidis strains causing Hickman catheter-related infections in a hemato-oncologic department. CoNS, PFGE, RAPD
81  1998 Increased risk of catheter colonization and catheter-related infections in severe immunocompromized patients with multiple myeloma undergoing high-dose glucocorticoid treatment. CVC
82  1996 Failure of antiseptic bonding to prevent central venous catheter-related infection and sepsis. CRS, TPN
83  1995 Diagnosis of catheter-related infections. ---
84  1995 Prevention of catheter-related infections by silver coated central venous catheters in oncological patients. ---
85  1995 [Bacteremia with Acinetobacter species--clinicopathological characteristics of 27 cases]. ---
86  1994 Risk factors for central venous catheter-related infections in surgical and intensive care units. The Central Venous Catheter-Related Infections Study Group. CI, CVC, OR
87  1988 Role of Broviac catheters in infections in children with cancer. ---