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Coopersmith, C. , T. Rebmann, J. Zack, M. Ward, R. Corcoran, M. Schallom, C. Sona, T. Buchman, W. Boyle, L. Polish, and V. Fraser. Effect of an Education Program on Decreasing Catheter Related Bloodstream Infections in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Medicine 30, no. 1 (2002): 59-64. Link to Reference
 

Coopersmith, C. , J.E. Zack, M.R. Ward, C.S. Sona, M.E. Schallom, S.J. Everett, W.Y. Huey, T.M. Garrison, J. McDonald, T.G. Buchman, W.A. Boyle, V.J. Fraser, and L.B. Polish. The Impact of Bedside Behavior on Catheter-Related Bacteremia in the Intensive Care Unit  Archives of Surgery 139, no. 2 (2004): 131-136. Link to Reference
 

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Crawford, A. , J. Jr. Fuhr, and B. Rao. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Chlorhexidine Gluconate Dressing in the Prevention of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology August 2004 (2004): 668-674. Link to Reference
 

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Darouiche, R. O., D. H. Berger, N. Khardori, C. S. Robertson, M. J. Wall, Jr., M. H. Metzler, S. Shah, M. D. Mansouri, C. Cerra-Stewart, J. Versalovic, M. J. Reardon, and Raad, II. Comparison of Antimicrobial Impregnation with Tunneling of Long-Term Central Venous Catheters: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Ann Surg 242, no. 2 (2005): 193-200. Link to Reference
 

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Dimick, J. B. , S. Swoboda, M. A. Talamini, R. K. Pelz, C. Hendrix, and P. Lipsett. Risk of Colonization of Central Venous Catheters for Total Parenteral Nutrition Vs Other Catheters. Amercian Journal of Critical Care 12, no. 4 (2003): 328-335. Link to Reference
 

Dobbins, B. M., J. A. Catton, P. Kite, M. J. McMahon, and M. H. Wilcox. Each Lumen Is a Potential Source of Central Venous Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection. Crit Care Med 31, no. 6 (2003): 1688-90. Link to Reference
 

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