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- Mikhail GR, Selak L, Salo S. Reinforcement of surgical adhesive strips. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1986;12: 904-6.
- Moy RL, Quan MB. An evaluation of wound closure tapes. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1990;16:721-3.
- Lesesne CB. The postoperative use of wound adhesives. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1992;18:990.
- Katz KH, Desciak EB, Maloney ME. The optimal application of surgical adhesive tape strips. Dermatol Surg. 1999;25:686-8.
- 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.
- 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.
- James WD, White SW, Yanklowitz B. Allergic contact dermatitis to compound tincture of benzoin. J Am Acad Derm. 1984;11:847-50.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Boudreaux A. Ventriculostomy Dressing Process Improvement. Presented at the National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition, May, 2013; Boston, MA.