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to the nursing science since they challenge scholars’ ability to adopt better preventive approachesto deal with the infection (Furuya & Stone, 2011). Which claims thousands of live and costly totreat, posing a great threat to the future mortality levels. The findings impact all nursing areasand mainly: administration, education, implementation and nursing practices.The ethical considerations regarded the treatment of CLBSI. The patients’ health status were kept a secret and protected. The quality and appropriateness of the findings to be incorporated in nursing practices isunquestionable and recommendable. Nursing practices are delicate and require critical analyzingof the disease problem. Wider and elaborated research on the prevention methods is inevitable.Clearly nurses have the responsibility of reducing hospitals bills, which hinders many patientsfrom treatment and save patients’ lives by adopting successful practices to reduce CLABSIincidents.
RESEARCH CRITIQUE GUIDELINES6ReferencesHaddadin, Y., & Regunath, H. (2017). Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections (CLABSI).Schulman, J., Stricof, R., Stevens, T. P., Horgan, M., Gase, K., Holzman, I. R., ... & Simmonds, A. (2011). Statewide NICU central-line-associated bloodstream infection rates decline after bundles and checklists. Pediatrics, 127(3), 436-444.Guerin, K., Wagner, J., Rains, K., & Bessesen, M. (2010). Reduction in central line-associated bloodstream infections by implementation of a postinsertion care bundle. American journal of infection control, 38(6), 430-433.Miller, M. R., Niedner, M. F., Huskins, W. C., Colantuoni, E., Yenokyan, G., Moss, M., ... & Brilli, R. J. (2011). Reducing PICU central line–associated bloodstream infections: 3-yearresults. Pediatrics, 128(5), e1077-e1083.Bizzarro, M. J., Sabo, B., Noonan, M., Bonfiglio, M. P., Northrup, V., & Diefenbach, K. (2010). A quality improvement initiative to reduce central line–associated bloodstream infections in a neonatal intensive care unit. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 31(3), 241-248.Furuya, E. Y., Dick, A., Perencevich, E. N., Pogorzelska, M., Goldmann, D., & Stone, P. W. (2011). Central line bundle implementation in US intensive care units and impact on bloodstream infections. PloS one, 6(1), e15452.

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