M4 Tabular Summary Of 12 Articles

References:

Fouka, G. & Mantzorou, M. (2011). What are the Major Ethical Issues in Conducting Research? 

Is there a Conflict between the Research Ethics and the Nature of Nursing? Health Science Journal, 5(1), 3-14. 

Furuya, Y., Dick, A., Perencevich, E., Pogorzelska, M., Goldman, D., & Stone, P. (2011). Central line bundle implementation in US intensive care units and impact on bloodstream infections. PLoS ONE, 6(1), 1-6. 

 Graling, P., & Vasaly, F. (2013). The effectiveness of 2% CHG Cloth Bathing for Reducing Surgical Site Infections. AORN Journal, 97(5): 547-551.

Jeanes, A., & Bitmead, J. (2015) Reducing bloodstream infection with a chlorhexidine gel IV dressing. British Journal of Nursing, 24, S14-S19.

Kim, J., Holtom, P., & Vigen, C. (2011). Reduction of catheter-related bloodstream infections through the use of a central venous line bundle: Epidemiologic and economic consequences. American Journal of Infection Control, 39(8), 640-646.

Klinworth, G., Stafford, J., O’Connor, M., Leong, T., Hamley, L., Watson, K., Kennon, J., Bass, P., Cheng, A. C., & Worth, L. (2014). Implementation of a successful hospital-wide initiative to reduce central line–associated bloodstream infections. American Journal of Infection Control, 42(6), 685-687.

Kramer, N. (2016). Monitoring Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections [CLABSI] in Home Infusion. Infusion, 22(4), 35-44.

McAlearney, A., Hefner, J., Robbins, J., Harrison, M., & Garman, A. (2013). Preventing central line-associated bloodstream infections: A Qualitative Study of Management Practices. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 36(5), 557-563. 

Mermel, L. (2014). MRSA and CLABSI Compendium updates offer additional focus on implementation. Patient Safety Monitor Journal, 15(9), 1-4. 

Power, J., Peed, J., Burns, L., & Davis, M. (2012). Chlorhexidine bathing and microbial contamination in patients’ basin. American Journal of Critical Care, 21(5), 338-342.

Pyrek, K. (2015). Experts Address the Promise and Challenges of CHG Bathing Interventions. Infection Control Today, 19(1), 32-36.

Quach, C., Milstone, A, Perpe, C., Bonenfant, M., Moore, D., & Perreault, T. (2014). Chlorhexidine Bathing in a tertiary care neonatal intensive care unit: Impact on central line–associated bloodstream infections. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 35(2), 158-163.

Richardson, J., & Tjoelker, R. (2012). Beyond the central line-associated bloodstream infection bundle: the value of the clinical nurse specialist in continuing evidence-based practice changes. The Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 26(4), 205-211. 

Sandoval, C. (2015). Three practice bundles to reduce CLABSIs. American Nurse Today, 10(11), 37-38. 

Scheithauer, S., Lewalter, K., Schroder, J., Koch, A., Hafner, H., Krizanovic, V., Nowicki, K., Hilgers, R.-D., & Lemmen, S. (2014). Reduction of central venous line-associated bloodstream infection rates by using a chlorhexidine-containing dressing. Infection, 42(1), 155-159. 

Wilder, K. A., Wall, B. Haggard, D. & Epperson, T. (2016). CLABSI Reduction Strategy: A Systematic Central Line Quality Improvement Initiative Integrating Line-Rounding Principles and a Team Approach. Advances in Neonatal Care, 16(3), 170-177. 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2011). Health-care-associated infection (HAI). Retrieved 10/21/2016 from http://www.hhs.gov/ash/initiatives/hai/index.html

References:

Fouka, G. & Mantzorou, M. (2011). What are the Major Ethical Issues in Conducting Research? 

Is there a Conflict between the Research Ethics and the Nature of Nursing? Health Science Journal, 5(1), 3-14. 

Furuya, Y., Dick, A., Perencevich, E., Pogorzelska, M., Goldman, D., & Stone, P. (2011). Central line bundle implementation in US intensive care units and impact on bloodstream infections. PLoS ONE, 6(1), 1-6. 

 Graling, P., & Vasaly, F. (2013). The effectiveness of 2% CHG Cloth Bathing for Reducing Surgical Site Infections. AORN Journal, 97(5): 547-551.

Jeanes, A., & Bitmead, J. (2015) Reducing bloodstream infection with a chlorhexidine gel IV dressing. British Journal of Nursing, 24, S14-S19.

Kim, J., Holtom, P., & Vigen, C. (2011). Reduction of catheter-related bloodstream infections through the use of a central venous line bundle: Epidemiologic and economic consequences. American Journal of Infection Control, 39(8), 640-646.

Klinworth, G., Stafford, J., O’Connor, M., Leong, T., Hamley, L., Watson, K., Kennon, J., Bass, P., Cheng, A. C., & Worth, L. (2014). Implementation of a successful hospital-wide initiative to reduce central line–associated bloodstream infections. American Journal of Infection Control, 42(6), 685-687.

Kramer, N. (2016). Monitoring Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections [CLABSI] in Home Infusion. Infusion, 22(4), 35-44.

McAlearney, A., Hefner, J., Robbins, J., Harrison, M., & Garman, A. (2013). Preventing central line-associated bloodstream infections: A Qualitative Study of Management Practices. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 36(5), 557-563.

Mermel, L. (2014). MRSA and CLABSI Compendium updates offer additional focus on implementation. Patient Safety Monitor Journal, 15(9), 1-4. 

Power, J., Peed, J., Burns, L., & Davis, M. (2012). Chlorhexidine bathing and microbial contamination in patients’ basin. American Journal of Critical Care, 21(5), 338-342.

Pyrek, K. (2015). Experts Address the Promise and Challenges of CHG Bathing Interventions. Infection Control Today, 19(1), 32-36.

Quach, C., Milstone, A, Perpe, C., Bonenfant, M., Moore, D., & Perreault, T. (2014). Chlorhexidine Bathing in a tertiary care neonatal intensive care unit: Impact on central line–associated bloodstream infections. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 35(2), 158-163.

Richardson, J., & Tjoelker, R. (2012). Beyond the central line-associated bloodstream infection bundle: the value of the clinical nurse specialist in continuing evidence-based practice changes. The Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 26(4), 205-211.

Sandoval, C. (2015). Three practice bundles to reduce CLABSIs. American Nurse Today, 10(11), 37-38. 

Scheithauer, S., Lewalter, K., Schroder, J., Koch, A., Hafner, H., Krizanovic, V., Nowicki, K., Hilgers, R.-D., & Lemmen, S. (2014). Reduction of central venous line-associated bloodstream infection rates by using a chlorhexidine-containing dressing. Infection, 42(1), 155-159. 

Wilder, K. A., Wall, B. Haggard, D. & Epperson, T. (2016). CLABSI Reduction Strategy: A Systematic Central Line Quality Improvement Initiative Integrating Line-Rounding Principles and a Team Approach. Advances in Neonatal Care, 16(3), 170-177. 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2011). Health-care-associated infection (HAI). Retrieved 10/21/2016 from http://www.hhs.gov/ash/initiatives/hai/index.html

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