Program Schedule

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Device-Associated HAIs

Friday, October 10, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Room: The Pennsylvania Convention Center: IDExpo Hall BC

Tracks: Adult ID, Epidemiology and Infection Control, Pediatric ID

Presentations:
850
Preventing Device-Associated Infections in U.S. Hospitals: National Surveys from 2005 to 2013
Sarah Krein, PhD, RN ; Karen Fowler, MPH ; David Ratz, MS ; Jennifer Meddings, MD, MSc ; Sanjay Saint, MD, MPH
851
Reducing Bio-burden and Healthcare Associated Infection Risk Among Hospitalized Patients: Adoptability of Chlorhexidine Gluconate Bathing Among Non-ICU Patients
Shruti K. Gohil, MD, MPH ; Brian Murray, BS ; Edward Kim, BS ; Justin Chang ; Susan S. Huang, MD, MPH, FIDSA
852
Housewide use of Chlorehexidine Bathing to reduce Healthcare Associated Infections
Kyle Enfield, MD MS ; Costi D. Sifri, MD ; Elizabeth Enfield, RN, MSN ; Jessica Lewis, MD ; Beth Quatrara, DNP, RN, CMSRN, ACNS-BC ; Eve Giannetta, RN, BSN, CIC ; Kristi Kimpel, RN, MSN ; Kathleen Rea, RN, MSN
854
Potential for Risk Adjustment for Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Using Comorbidity Measures Derived from Medical Records from a Tertiary Care Hospital
Christopher S Pepin, BS ; Kerri Thom, MD, MS ; Max Masnick, BA ; Michael Anne Preas, RN, BSN, CIC ; Lisa Pineles, MA ; Anthony D. Harris, MD, MPH
855
Risk Factors for Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Bloodstream Infection (BSI)
Evgenia Kagan, MD ; Andrea Lynn Banks, M.D. ; Camelia Marculescu, MD ; J. Robert Cantey, MD ; Cassandra Salgado, MD, MS
Posters
  • IDSA_Poster 09 26 2014.pdf (571.8 kB)
  • 857
    A Case Control Study of the Risk Factors for Central Venous Catheter Related Mixed Candidemia Infection
    Dantuluru Muralidhar Varma, MD ; Srikant Prasad Rao, MD ; Sudha Vidyasagar, MD ; Kalwaje Eshwara Vandana
    Posters
  • IDWEEK POSTER- FINAL 2.pdf (375.6 kB)
  • 859
    The Epidemiology of Bloodstream Infections in a Tertiary Care Burn ICU Over a 5 Year Period
    Hong Yuan Zhou, MD ; Cecilia Lau ; Joan Durand, RN ; Stephanie Smith, MD, MSc
    860
    A Multidisciplinary Approach to Reduction of Central Line Associated Bacteremia in Non-ICU Patients
    Cathy Korn, RN, MPH, CIC ; Bonnie Burke, RN, MSN ; Sandeep Ghai, MD ; Celia Hill, RN ; Maryann Fura, RN, MSN ; Ellen Stephenson, RN ; Carol Sulis, MD ; Gail Garvin, RN, MEd, CIC ; Meg Grande, RN, MSN ; Nahid Bhadelia, MD, MA
    861
    Evaluation of Infection Control (IC) Knowledge for Central Venous Catheter (CVC) Insertion and Maintenance among the Medicine (MED) Housestaff
    Sophie Labrecque, MSc, RN, CIC ; Lawrence Delorenzo, MD ; Janet Haas, DNSc, RN, CIC ; Marisa Montecalvo, MD
    862
    Alcohol-Impregnated Disinfectant Caps Reduce The Rate Of Central-Line Associated Bloodstream Infections And Nosocomial Bacteremia
    Mark Shelly, MD ; Linda Greene, RN, MPS, CIC ; Lynne Brown, RN, MBA, CIC ; Sherry Romig, RN ; Ann Marie Pettis, RN, BSN, CIC
    Posters
  • ID Week Alcohol Caps Shelly.pdf (916.2 kB)
  • 863
    Reduction in CLABSIs with Alcohol Port Protectors
    Nicole Russo, RN ; Kalpana Gupta, MD, MPH ; Cindy Tibert, RN ; Judith Strymish, MD
    864
    A Prospective Study of Ethanol Lock Therapy in Children with Central Line-associated Bloodstream Infections
    Tomohiro Katsuta, MD, PhD ; Takumi Moriuchi, MD ; Ayano Shinagawa, MD ; Ryo Niiya, MD ; Yusuke Miyaji, MD, PhD ; Yukitsugu Nakamura, MD, PhD ; Junichiro Tsuruoka, MD ; Satoshi Tateyama, MD ; Tadaomi Tokutake, MD, PhD ; Natsuki Nakajima, MD, PhD ; Toshiro Goshima, MD, PhD ; Hitoshi Yamamoto, MD, PhD
    865
    Utility of Electronic Medical Records to Assess the Relationship between Total Parenteral Nutrition and Central Line-associated Blood Stream Infections
    Paul Ippolito, MPH ; Elaine Larson, PhD, RN, FIDSA, FSHEA ; E. Yoko Furuya, MD, MS ; Jianfang Liu, PhD, MAS ; David Seres, MD
    Posters
  • Poster_Ippolito_IDWeek.pdf (265.4 kB)
  • 866
    Observational Study of Central Venous Catheter (CVC) Occlusions and Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infections (CLABSI) Using the Clave™ Negative Displacement Connector
    Parul Patel, BS MT(ASCP), CCRP ; Susan Boehm, RN BSN ; Ying Zhou ; Catherine Zhu ; Kari Peterson, BA ; Althea Grayes, MT(ASCP) ; Lance Peterson, MD
    868
    Improving Appropriateness of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Utilization and Decreasing the Incidence of Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infection
    Shigehiko Karino, MD ; Tal Mann, MD ; Maria Palleschi, DNP APRN-BC, CCRN ; Sheri Testani, MSN, RN, NE-BC ; Julie Nemens, RN ; Monte Harvill, MD ; Elaine Flanagan, CIC ; Thomas Chevalier, CIC ; Paula Robinson, RN, BSN, CIC ; Judy Moshos, MT (ASCP), CIC ; Sorabh Dhar, MD ; Anupama Neelakanta, MD ; Nader Tashtoush, MD ; Mary Robinson, BSBA ; Najia Huda, MD ; Keith Kaye, MD, MPH
    869
    Impact of Changes in the NHSN Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) Definition on the Frequency and Epidemiology of CAUTIs  in Intensive Care Units (ICUs)
    Anupama Neelakanta, MD ; Sarit Sharma, MD ; Vishnu Priya Kesani, MBBS ; Madiha Salim, MD ; Amina Pervaiz, MD ; Nida Aftab, MD ; Tal Mann, MD ; Nader Tashtoush, MD ; Shigehiko Karino, MD ; Sorabh Dhar, MD ; Keith Kaye, MD, MPH
    Posters
  • cauti 9-22-14 FINALsd.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • 870
    The Epidemiology of CAUTI due to Candida spp. in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) - Infection or Colonization?
    Nader Tashtoush, MD ; Tal Mann, MD ; Sorabh Dhar, MD ; Shigehiko Karino, MD ; Elaine Flanagan, CIC ; Sarit Sharma, MD ; Vishnu Kesani, MBBS ; Madiha Salim, MD ; Keith S. Kaye, MD, MPH ; Anupama Neelakanta, MD
    Posters
  • candidat cauit final.pdf (801.5 kB)
  • 871
    NHSN CAUTI Rates in the ICU: The Impact of Fever Prevalence, Length of Stay (LOS) and Frequency of Obtaining Urine Cultures
    Natasha Bagdasarian, MD, MPH ; Susan Szpunar, PhD ; Rebecca Battjes, BA ; Stephen Shemes, BS ; Debi Hopfner, RN, BSN ; Karen Jones, RN, BSN ; Mohamad G. Fakih, MD, MPH
    872
    The Yield of Urine Cultures in Intensive Care Unit Patients with Indwelling Urinary Catheters
    Rudy Tedja, DO ; Jean Wentink, RN, BSN, MPH ; Rodney Thompson, MD ; Priya Sampathkumar, MD
    873
    Using natural language processing on electronic medical notes to detect the presence of an indwelling urinary catheter
    Adi Gundlapalli, MD, PhD, MS ; Guy Divita ; Tyler Forbush ; Andrew Redd, PhD ; Marjorie Carter, MSPH ; Ashley J. Gendrett, BS, MPH ; Kalpana Gupta, MD, MPH ; Ying Suo, MS ; B.S. Begum Durgahee, MS ; Sarah Krein, PhD, RN ; Michael Rubin, MD, PhD ; Anne Sales, PhD, RN ; Matthew Samore, MD ; Barbara W. Trautner, MD, PhD, FIDSA
    874
    Risk Factors for Complicated Urinary Tract Infection (cUTI) due to Pseudomonas
    Jessina C. Mcgregor, PhD ; Miriam R. Elman, MPH ; Brie N. Noble, BS ; Jon P. Furuno, PhD
    875
    Prospective Monitoring of Indwelling Urinary Catheters in Hospitalized Patients
    Bona Yoon, MPH ; Lena Furmark, MD ; Samantha Mcintosh, MD ; Angelike P. Liappis, MD
    876
    Strategies for Success in Emergency Department Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection Prevention Programs
    Eileen J. Carter, RN, BSN ; Daniel J. Pallin, MD, MPH ; Leslie Mandel, PhD, MA, MS ; Corine Sinnette, MA, MPH ; Jeremiah Schuur, MD, MHS
    Posters
  • IDWEEK_CAUTI_Final.pdf (637.5 kB)
  • 877
    Prevention of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTIs): results and challenges
    Sawsan Alkurabi, MD ; Ali Hassoun, MD FACP ; Roslyn Jett-Mitchell
    Posters
  • CAUTI poster final draft 2.pdf (295.2 kB)
  • 878
    Sustained Reduction in Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) Rates Using a Collaborative Program Approach
    John Toney, MD ; Marie Carlucci, RN ; Miriam Ruisz, BSMT, MPA ; Sandra Gompf, MD
    Posters
  • 878_IDWPOSTER.pdf (846.4 kB)
  • 879
    Systematic Review of Interventions to Reduce Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection in the Long-Term Care Setting
    Jennifer Meddings, MD, MSc ; Sanjay Saint, MD, MPH ; Sarah Krein, PhD, RN ; Andy Hickner, MSI ; Heidi Reichert, MA ; Elissa Gaies, MD, MPH ; Sara Mcnamara, MT(ASCP), MPH ; Lona Mody, MD, MSc
    880
    Incidence rates of ventilator-associated events and ventilator-associated pneumonia in the National Healthcare Safety Network, 2012-2013
    Shelley S. Magill, MD, PhD ; Cindy Gross, MT, SM (ASCP), CIC ; Jonathan R. Edwards, MStat
    881
    New Ventilator Associated Event (VAE) Definition: Persistence of Subjective Variability
    Kathleen Mcmullen, MPH, CIC ; Anthony Boyer, MD ; Noah Schoenberg, MD ; Hilary M. Babcock, MD, MPH ; Scott Micek, PharmD ; Marin Kollef, MD
    Posters
  • VAE defs Poster.pdf (243.0 kB)
  • 882
    Risk Factors for Ventilator Associated Events
    Dooshanveer Nuckchady, MD ; Michael G. Heckman, M.S. ; Nancy N. Diehl, B.S. ; Darlene Carey, RN ; John Moss, MD ; Tara Creech, RN ; Robert Domnick ; Walter C. Hellinger, M.D.
    Posters
  • MCF_Poster_2.png (455.0 kB)
  • 883
    Is the Patient the Problem? A look at baseline characteristics of patients with Infectious Ventilator Associated Events
    John O'horo, MD, MPH ; Priya Sampathkumar, MD ; Ronaldo Sevilla Berrios, MD ; Rahul Kashyap, MBBS
    884
    Optimization of PEEP as a Strategy to Reduce Ventilator-Associated Events
    Marci Drees, MD, MS, FACP ; Joel Brown II, BSRT RRT FAARC ; Thomas Gillin, BSRT RRT ; Nora Protokowicz, MSN, RN, CIC ; Louise Fagraeus, BSN, RN, CCRN ; Theresa Panchisin, RN, APN, MSN, ACNS-BC, CCRN ; Brett Booker, AS RRT ; Gary Dombroski, AS RRT ; John Emberger, BS RRT ACCS FAARC ; Vinay Maheshwari, MD ; Gerard Fulda, MD ; Robert Dressler, MD MBA

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