Chlorhexidine Gluconate–Impregnated Central Access Catheter Dressings as a Cause of Erosive Contact Dermatitis: A Report of 7 Cases | Allergy and Clinical Immunology | Learning | The JAMA Network
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0 Credit Video 5 min 47 sec JAMA Dermatology November 19, 2012

Chlorhexidine Gluconate–Impregnated Central Access Catheter Dressings as a Cause of Erosive Contact Dermatitis: A Report of 7 Cases

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