- •The care and maintenance of a PICC line insertion site over a 10-day period in newborns are introduced.
- •Care and maintenance every 7 days were found to have increased risk for PICC line breakage.
- •Weekly care and maintenance carry more risk of mechanical complications compared to care and maintenance every 10 days.
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