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Adams A. Venous access devices: Case studies for appropriate selection. 1995;1(8):11-14.

Andrusko-Furphy K, Warren MN. Data required : Providers must prove their quality. 1998,4(8):31-36.

Barrell JM. Infusion readers tell us "what's new in vascular access". 1998;5(1):51-54.

Brock-Cascanet PH. Treating occluded VADs in the home setting. 1999;5(4):18-27.

Brown JM. Peripherally inserted central catheters: An alternative route of vascular access. 1994;1(2)21-26.

Brown JM. An overview of vascular access for the alternate care setting. 1995;2(1):17-26.

Cain D. Home infusion practice guidelines: The "show me" state works for standardization. 1998;5(1):42-45.

Counce JB. DEHP in medical devices: Sleeping tiger or paper tiger. 2002;8(5):18-25.

Hadaway LC. Vascular access in home care: 1998 update. 1998;5(1):20-40.

Hadaway LC. Vascular access in home care: 1997 update. 1997;4(1):18-36.

Hadaway L, Lawson T. Infusion of I.V. medications via midline catheters in home care patients. 1995;1(8):15-19.

Hadaway L. Evolving clinical practice: CDC releases new guidelines for reducing catheter-related infections.  2003;9(1):16-22.

Hanchett M, Watts K, and Kung L. Security in securement. 1999;6(1):42-6.

Kramer N, Leone M, Ross K, Schaps F, and Cain D.  CVAD guidelines for home infusion: Creating a resource to address our unique site of care for adult patients. 2011; 17(4):29-36.

Kramer N. Monitoring central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI) in home Infusion: Preparing for industry-wide benchmarking. 2016;22(4):35-44.

Leone M and Pratt M. Preventing central line-associated bloodstream infections in home infusion patients through the use of disinfection caps. 2011; 17(6):10-14.

Leone M and Ross K. Catheter-related bloodstream infections—Risk factors, monitoring, and intervention. 2014; 20(1):39-44.

Lyons M and Phalen A. An evidentiary review of flushing protocols in home care patients with peripherally inserted central catheters. 2012; 18(5):32-44.

Masoorli S. Ensuring quality PICC line education. 1995;1(6):35-36.

Masoorli S. Central vascular access devices in home care: Legal issues. 2000;6(10):31-5.

McKinnon BK. Supply and demand. 1999;5(7):41-43.

Moeser L. The seven habits oh highly effective I.V. nurses. 1998;5(1):47-50.

Moureau N. Vascular access with a focus on safety. 1999;6(1):16-26.

Nakasawa N. Pharmacological management of vascular access devices.2005.11(1):S1-S8.

Panella-Spangler P, Sorenson KA. Take your PICC. 1997;3(8):14-7.

Poole SM, Vasilios NV. Outcomes measurements: Making sense of the data. 1998;4(8):25-28.

Poole S. Central line infection: Improving our surveillance, treatment, and prevention in the home setting. 2009:15(2);31-5.

Prozialeck L. Ensuring clinical quality: Meeting the education and training challenge in home infusion nursing. 1999;6(1):28-35.

Renner C, Knutson P, Lawson T. Vascular access in home care: Current trends. 1996;3(1):11-25. Rollins G. Proactive complications management: The key to improved care of vascular access devices. 2000;6(10):36-42.