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A Comparison Of The Time To Catheter Colonization (Cc) And Catheter Related Bloodstream Infection (Crbsi) Between Central Venous Catheters (Cvc) Coated With Either 5-Fluorouracil (5-Fu) Or Chlorhexidine/Silver Sulfadiazine (Ch-Ss)



A Comparison Of The Time To Catheter Colonization (Cc) And Catheter Related Bloodstream Infection (Crbsi) Between Central Venous Catheters (Cvc) Coated With Either 5-Fluorouracil (5-Fu) Or Chlorhexidine/Silver Sulfadiazine (Ch-Ss)



Chest 134(4): s3002-a-s3002-b




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DOI: 10.1378/chest.134.4_meetingabstracts.s3002


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