CareFusion Launches New CA-BSI Prevention Web Site


As a market leader committed to educating the clinical community about patient and clinician safety, CareFusion is introducing the Getting to Zero BSI Web site to provide timely, evidence-based resources to help guide clinicians and their healthcare facilities and to speed their “Getting to Zero BSI” journey. 

The Web site contains a wealth of resources that explain the many means by which catheter-associated bloodstream infections (CA-BSIs) can occur as well as a variety of data-driven techniques that can be employed to help reduce them and to therefore facilitate a community of practice. 

In keeping with the objective to be a “one-stop” resource for CA-BSI, the Web site has also provided with links to a wide range of resources, available by clicking on the "Resources and Links" link located in the navigation bar located in the upper left area of the site.  Check out this site at

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