Clinical studies demonstrate ARROWg+ard antimicrobial technology’s ability to reduce catheter related blood stream infections1. It reduces bacterial colonisation of the catheter by 44 percent and catheter-related bacteremia by 79 percent2.
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2. Maki, D.G., Stolz, S.M., Wheeler, S., Mermel, L.A. “Prevention of Central Venous Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection With an Antiseptic-Impregnated Catheter: A Randomized, Controlled Trial.” Annals of Internal Medicine, August 15, 1997, Vol. 127, Issue 4, pp. 257–266.