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Criteria Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4
Author, Journal (Peer-Reviewed), and
Permalink or Working Link to Access Article
Rahul Pathak, Anish Patel, Hilary Enuh, MD, Oluwaseyi Adekunle, MD, Vasanthy Shrisgantharajah, MD, Keith Diaz, MD
Moi Lin Ling, Anucha Apisarnthanarak, Namita Jaggi, Glenys Harrington, Keita Morikane, Le Thi Anh Thu, Patricia Ching, Victoria Villanueva, Zhiyong Zong, Jae Sim Jeong, Chun-Ming Lee
Robert B. Dawson and Nancy L. Moureau
Richard J. Powers, David W. Wirtschafter
Article Title and Year Published Midline Catheters: An Essential Tool in CLABSI Reduction
APSIC guide for prevention of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI)


Midline Catheters: An Essential Tool in
CLABSI Reduction
Decreasing Central-Line Associated Bloodstream Infection in Neonatal Intensive Care
Research Questions (Qualitative)/Hypothesis (Quantitative), and Purposes/Aim of Study The key question to check midline vein catheters is fitting in place of central-line vein catheters that reduced the central-line catheters on ventilators Contamination avoidance and device specialists from the Asia Pacific expanse to generate the idea for central-line related bloodstream contaminations Its key objective to decrease the CLABSI and to check the cost associated with this It defines the approaches to decrease the CLABSI in the newly born intensive care unit on the basis of the certain evidence
Design (Type of Quantitative, or Type of Qualitative) Quantitative design Qualitative design Quantitative design Qualitative design
Setting/Sample Group A, Group B was formed for half a year The site has been nominated on the basis of infectious or non-infectious problems An area which yields the most surprising results for midlines 2 rate-based and 2 qualitative measures have been supposed
Methods: Intervention/Instruments Z Test has been conducted between the 2 samples Discussion between the 2 groups of executive conducted to check the suggestion in the Asia Pacific region and then sent APSIC executive committee to check these evidences Introduction to certain tool associated with the CLABSI has been thoroughly discussed Methods in this started from hand hygiene to insertion and maintenance of central lines along with the monitor emerging practices has been adopted
Analysis X2 Test has been conducted to calculate the catheters days Analysis has been done on the basis of previous endorsements along with the hunts on the computer with the keywords It was analyzed that because of the financial issues the use of central venous access device is less required than in the previous time Different strategies have been adopted to reduce the CLABSI and prevention in the hospitals discussed
Key Findings There is substantial decline in the overall numbers of catheters days in Group A from the Group B In the Asia Pacific region, CLABSI showed the joint density 4.7 per 1000 catheters days and advanced countries have zero percent rate Evidence revealed that the midline device is becoming a valuable method for the harmless treatment CLABSI has measured the inevitable episode that results in the delays in the methods
Recommendations Decrease the number of inhabiting days when eliminating catheters
Escape femoral supplement spots
Proper technique for CVC’s should be adopted
Improve statement to share the data
Execution of CLABSI addition and conservation bundles
One of the useful methods to decrease the CLABSI are to only place it in the central-line where it offers the procedures for ultrasound For CLABSI decrease attentive and methodical tactics have been followed and also addressing them in the public essentials of modification
Explanation of How the Article Supports EBP/Capstone Project It is available online easily accessible and at the same time authentic as well Articles are easily accessible and available online Supports the project because it gives the total insight of the projects cost through different tools Categorically explain the different concepts with the full precision
Criteria Article 5 Article 6 Article 7 Article 8
Author, Journal (Peer-Reviewed), and
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Jona V. Caparas1, Jian-Ping Hu2
Naomi P. O’Grady Mary Alexander Lillian A. Burns E. Patchen Dellinger Jeffrey Garland Stephen O. Heard Pamela A. Lipsett Henry Masur Leonard A. Mermel Michele L. Pearson Issam I. Raad Adrienne G. Randolph Mark E. Rupp Sanjay Saint
Gary B Deutsch, MD, Sandeep Anantha Sathyanarayana, MD, Narendra Singh, MD,
and Jeffrey Nicastro, MD
Morrison, Theresa Ph.D., RN, CNS-BC
Article Title and Year Published Safe administration of vancomycin through a novel midline catheter: a randomized, prospective clinical trial
Summary of Recommendations: Guidelines for the Prevention of Intravascular Catheter-related Infections
Ultrasound-guided placement of midline catheters in the
surgical intensive care unit: a cost-effective proposal for
timely central line removal
Qualitative Analysis of Central and Midline Care in the Medical/Surgical Setting
Research Questions (Qualitative)/Hypothesis (Quantitative), and Purposes/Aim of Study The main aim is to define if venous vancomycin easily checked through the original midline catheter The main aim of this research is to give evidence associated with the intravascular catheter-related infections The central intravenous catheters in the surgical care unit are difficult but it can be enhanced through the ultrasound-guided midline catheters To study the concept of central-line catheter from the social viewpoint and to improve the concept
Design (Type of Quantitative, or Type of Qualitative) Quantitative design Qualitative design Quantitative design Qualitative design
Setting/Sample A measured, scientific and randomized trial was conducted Catheters were used on the basis of intended purpose The study of 31 subjects admitted to the surgical intensive care unit was performed Was completed in 400 to 600 beds municipal hospital in Florida
Methods: Intervention/Instruments Different patients get the venous vancomycin through each from midline catheter or from the central catheter device Different catheters and sites have been used through various methods Midline catheters (20m) length were employed under the ultrasound guidance Phenomenology background was useful for this research
Analysis In this, the difficulties and rate analysis of insertion of midline catheter and the central catheter has been done It was analyzed on the basis of hand hygiene aseptic technique, skin preparation, catheter sites dressing regimens, patient cleansing The total cost for the midline catheter was 87$ per catheter without any associated labor cost Practices from 45-minute, telephone conferences allocated by the nurses to 4 units, through highest CLABSI occurrence, remained examined.
Key Findings By the insertion, it has been determined that venom vancomycin can be securely managed from the mid-line catheter The area of an actual avoidance platform must deduct the CLABSI from all patient-care regions. Though it’s stimulating, plans verified accomplishment, however constant removal needs constant strength The entire practice money was $87 per catheter for the Surgical intensive care unit team
Equaled from the $1500 per catheter after did by an interventional radiologist. 283 central-line days remained eluded with money probably of $13,614 during
This study period
Nurses suggested the organization to minimize the infection rate
Administering the proper techniques and CLABSI
Recommendations The study for this was conducted at the local or low scale so the large-scale study has been recommended Teach the healthcare person about the intravascular catheter use
Considered qualified people for this job
An ultrasound-guided catheter was the reliable economical substitute for patients in the SICU Half a year after operation of the proposal, made on the nurses’ existed practices, the ratio of impurities has fallen 64%
Explanation of How the Article Supports EBP/Capstone There was no conflict of interest of author in this so the study is available online Articles can easily support the Capstone because it can be re-written In this research has been conducted on this to further elaborate the cost-effectiveness associated with the surgical care unit This articles is fully based on the on-ground experimentations and results it will be recommended




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