Infection Control Today

SEP 2018

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If You're Serious About Infection Control Chances Are You Already Use Clave IV Connectors 800.824.7890 | www.icumed.com 1. Ryder M, Pulcini E, Parker A, James G. Comparison of Bacterial Transfer and Bioflm Formation on Intraluminal Catheter Surfaces Among Fourteen Connectors in a Clinically Simulated In Vitro Model. Presented at the World Congress on Vascular Access, June 2016. 2. Bouza E, Munoz P, Lopez-Rodriguez Connectors in a Clinically Simulated In Vitro Model. Presented at the World Congress on Vascular Access, June 2016. 2. Bouza E, Munoz P, Lopez-Rodriguez J, Jesus Perez M, Rincon C, et al. A needleless closed system device (Clave) protects from intravascular catheter tip and hub colonization: a prospective J, Jesus Perez M, Rincon C, et al. A needleless closed system device (Clave) protects from intravascular catheter tip and hub colonization: a prospective randomized study. J Hosp Infect. 2003; 54:279–287 3. Moore C, RN, MBA, CIC. Maintained Low Rate of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections (CR-BSIs) randomized study. J Hosp Infect. 2003; 54:279–287 3. Moore C, RN, MBA, CIC. Maintained Low Rate of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections (CR-BSIs) Afer Discontinuation of a Luer Access Device (L AD) At an Academic Medical Center. Poster presented at the annual Association for Professionals in Afer Discontinuation of a Luer Access Device (L AD) At an Academic Medical Center. Poster presented at the annual Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Conference 2010, Abstract 4-028. 4. 2016 GHX market data on single-sterile sales of standalone needleless Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Conference 2010, Abstract 4-028. 4. 2016 GHX market data on single-sterile sales of standalone needleless connectors and single-sterile sales of extension sets with needleless connectors. connectors and single-sterile sales of extension sets with needleless connectors. We help you keep patients safer from the risk of bloodstream infections by minimizing bacterial transfer and colonization with proven Clave ™ needlefree connector technology. 1,2,3 ICU Medical invented the safe IV connector category and continues to lead the market with our Clave family of needlefree connectors, chosen more ofen than any other. 4 With Clave, you can standardize clinical protocols for all patients and care areas and still get the connector functionality that is right for the application— whether it is general infusion, central lines, or neonates—helping you reduce the risk of clinical error, enhance patient safety, and cut training time. See how we can help your eforts to maximize infection control best practices today by calling 800.824.7890 or visiting www.icumed.com ©2018 ICU Medical Inc.

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