How Long Can A Peripheral IV Catheter Stay In?

Research at the time suggested higher rates of complications from IVCs dwelling longer than 48 to 72 hours. The latest (2011) CDC guidelines6,7 softened the recommendation but still concluded, “There is no need to replace peripheral catheters more frequently than every 72-96 hours

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