D B C Koh

Summary

Affiliation: University of Tasmania
Country: Australia

Publications

  1. doi request reprint Density of microbial colonization on external and internal surfaces of concurrently placed intravascular devices
    David Boon Chai Koh
    Launceston General Hospital, School of Human Life Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia
    Am J Crit Care 21:162-71. 2012
  2. ncbi request reprint A retrospective study to determine whether accessing frequency affects the incidence of microbial colonisation in peripheral arterial catheters
    D B C Koh
    University of Tasmania, Intensive and Coronary Care Unit, Launceston General Hospital and Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust, Launceston, Tasmania
    Anaesth Intensive Care 38:678-84. 2010

Detail Information

Publications2

  1. doi request reprint Density of microbial colonization on external and internal surfaces of concurrently placed intravascular devices
    David Boon Chai Koh
    Launceston General Hospital, School of Human Life Sciences, University of Tasmania, Australia
    Am J Crit Care 21:162-71. 2012
    ..Intravascular devices provide essential vascular access for management of critically ill patients but can be associated with bloodstream infections...
  2. ncbi request reprint A retrospective study to determine whether accessing frequency affects the incidence of microbial colonisation in peripheral arterial catheters
    D B C Koh
    University of Tasmania, Intensive and Coronary Care Unit, Launceston General Hospital and Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust, Launceston, Tasmania
    Anaesth Intensive Care 38:678-84. 2010
    ..We were unable to demonstrate that the accessing frequency of an arterial catheter was a major predisposing factor for the likelihood of colonisation. Other mechanisms other than hub colonisation should be investigated further...