Risk of bacterial bloodstream infection does not vary by central-line type during neutropenic periods in pediatric acute myeloid leukemia

Caitlin W. Elgarten*, William R. Otto, Luke Shenton, Madison T. Stein, Joseph Horowitz, Catherine Aftandilian, Staci D. Arnold, Kira O. Bona, Emi Caywood, Anderson B. Collier, M. Monica Gramatges, Meret Henry, Craig Lotterman, Kelly Maloney, Arunkumar J. Modi, Amir Mian, Rajen Mody, Elaine Morgan, Elizabeth A. Raetz, Anupam VermaNaomi Winick, Jennifer J. Wilkes, Jennifer C. Yu, Richard Aplenc, Brian T. Fisher, Kelly D. Getz

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