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Running head: NURSING RESEARCH 1PICOT Statement, and literature search Student Name: Ebenezer BoahenCourse: NRS-433VSchool: Grand Canyon University
Running head: NURSING RESEARCH 2P- Patients with central line associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI). I-Chlorohexidine daily bath to decrease CLABSIC- Regular bath with soap and waterO- Decreased rates of CLABSI infections in patients with Central vein catheters.
Running head: NURSING RESEARCH 3ReferencesChopra, MD. (n.d.). Prevention of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections: Brief UpdateReview.NCBI,211. Retrieved from -The evidence supporting the effectiveness of many patient safety practices has improved substantially over the past decade. Evidence about implementation and context has also improved, but continues to lag behind evidence of effectiveness. Twenty-two patient safety practices are sufficiently well understood, and health care providers can consider adopting them nowDonskey, MD. (n.d.). Effect of chlorhexidine bathing in preventing infections and reducing skin burden and environmental contamination: A review of the literature.American journal of infection control,44(5), e17-e21. Retrieved from -6553(16)00200-5/abstract-Chlorhexidine bathing is effective in reducing levels of pathogens on skin. In this review, we examine the evidence that chlorhexidine bathing can prevent colonization and infection with health care-associated pathogens and reduce dissemination to the environment and the hands of personnel. The importance of education and monitoring of compliance with bathing procedures is emphasized in order to optimize chlorhexidine bathing in clinical practice.Hoffman, PharmD, RPh. (n.d.). Daily Chlorhexidine Gluconate Bathing Reduces CLABSI Rates.

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