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References

  1. Mikhail GR, Selak L, Salo S. Reinforcement of surgical adhesive strips. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1986;12: 904-6.
  2. Moy RL, Quan MB. An evaluation of wound closure tapes. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1990;16:721-3.
  3. Lesesne CB. The postoperative use of wound adhesives. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1992;18:990.
  4. Katz KH, Desciak EB, Maloney ME. The optimal application of surgical adhesive tape strips. Dermatol Surg. 1999;25:686-8.
  5. Yavuzer R, Kelly C, Durrani N, Mittal V, Jackson IT, Remine S. Reinforcement of subcuticular continuous suture closure with surgical adhesive strips and gum mastic: is there any additional strength provided? Am J Surg. 2005;189:315-8.
  6. Patel N, Smith CE, Pinchak AC, Hancock DE. The influence of tape type and of skin preparation on the force required to dislodge angiocatheters. Can J Anaesth. 1994;41:738-41.
  7. James WD, White SW, Yanklowitz B. Allergic contact dermatitis to compound tincture of benzoin. J Am Acad Derm. 1984;11:847-50.
  8. Klein TG, Woehlck HJ, Pagel PS. Severe allergic contact dermatitis resulting from occupational exposure to tincture of benzoin aerosol spray in an anesthesiologist. J Anesth. 2009;23:292-4.
  9. Ryder M, Duley C. Evaluation of compatibility of a gum mastic liquid adhesive and liquid adhesive remover with an alcoholic chlorhexidine gluconate skin preparation. J Infusion Nursing. 2017;40:245-52.
  10. Deneau J, Craig A. Nursing survey reveals novel strategy in assisting adherence to best practices of CVC dressing management. Presented at: Institute for Healthcare Improvement National Forum; December 8-11, 2013; Orlando, FL.
  11. Pullen D. Quality Improvement Initiative to Improve Dressing Adherence Reveals Improved Dressing Adherence Observations on a Before-After Analysis. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Annual Scientific Meeting, September 7-10, 2014; Washington DC.
  12. Niehaus S, McCord J. Improving Adhesion of Internal Jugular Dressings in the Intensive Care Unit. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Annual Scientific Meeting, September 16-19, 2016;Orlando, FL.
  13. Browne B, Moffo H. Quality Improvement Initiative Results in Fewer Dressing Disruptions and Improved Adherence to Best Practices. Presented at: Greater Cincinnati AACN Chapter, 28th Annual Trends in Critical Care Conference, April 8, 2016; Cincinnati, OH.
  14. Bortz A, Hardinger K, Peltzer J. Impact of implementing Mastisol in central line dressing changes on central line-associated blood stream infections in progressive care units: a quality improvement project. Presented at: Magnetizing KC Symposium, February 24, 2015.
  15. Aldi R, Galvin K, Weintraub S, et al. Quality improvement initiative results in the standardization of processes for central line-associated bloodstream infection prevention and increased adherence to best practices. Presented at: AACN Horizons Conference, October 8-9, 2018; Manchester, NH.
  16. DeVries M, Sarbenoff J, Wickert M. Addressing the dressing: Improving dressing disruption in vascular access. Presented at: 43rd Annual CVAA Conference, April 25-27, 2018; Toronto, ON.
  17. DeVries M, Sarbenoff J, Wickert M, et al. Postimplementation monitoring following introduction of gum mastic liquid adhesive for vascular access dressings. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Annual Scientific Meeting; September 15-18, 2018; Columbus, OH.
  18. DeVries M, Sarbenoff J, Scott N, et al. Improving vascular access dressing integrity without increased skincomplications. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting, October 4-7, 2019;
    Las Vegas, NV.
  19. Jameson L. From PRN to routine…a vascular access team’s journey to reducing PRN central venous catheter dressing changes by adding to the vascular access tool box. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Annual Scientific Meeting, September 15-18, 2018; Columbus, OH.
  20. Squires EN, Bruggeman S. Use of gum mastic medical adhesive to maintain central venous access device dressing integrity. Presented at: Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting, October 4-7, 2019; Las Vegas, NV.
  21. Boudreaux A. Ventriculostomy Dressing Process Improvement. Presented at the National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition, May, 2013; Boston, MA.