Randomised controlled trial comparing the clinical and cost-effectiveness of various washout policies versus no washout policy in preventing catheter associated complications in adults living with long-term catheters: study protocol for the CATHETER II study
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Abdel-fattah , M , Johnson , D , Constable , L , Thomas , R , Cotton , S , Tripathee , S , Cooper , D , Boran , S , Dimitropoulos , K , Evans , S , Granitsiotis , P , Hashim , H , Kilonzo , M , Larcombe , J , Little , P , MacLennan , S , Murchie , P , Myint , P , N’Dow , J , Norrie , J , Omar , M I , Paterson , C , Scotland , G , Thiruchelvam , N & MacLennan , G 2022 , ' Randomised controlled trial comparing the clinical and cost-effectiveness of various washout policies versus no washout policy in preventing catheter associated complications in adults living with long-term catheters: study protocol for the CATHETER II study ' , Trials , vol. 23 , no. 1 , 630 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-022-06577-2
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