Using a system to remind staff to regularly review whether a patient still needs a urinary tract catheter can reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections by 52%, a study found. Catheters "often are placed unnecessarily, remain in use without physician awareness and are not removed promptly when no longer needed," the report said.
Regularly reviewing patient catheters reduces UTI rates
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