Tenn. hospitals make strides in reducing ICU infections

Tennessee hospitals scored 22% over the national benchmark for lowering ICU central line-associated bloodstream infections, with NICUs reaching a five-year prevention target in just three years, the state Department of Health reported. Vanderbilt University Medical Center last week logged more than one year without a CLABSI in its surgical ICU.

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