HHS has released bloodstream-infection rates in intensive care units for 1,146 hospitals. Consumer Reports provides links to the new data, which focus on infections...

HHS has released bloodstream-infection rates in intensive care units for 1,146 hospitals. Consumer Reports provides links to the new data, which focus on infections caused by central lines — catheters used to provide nutrition, fluid, and medication.


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