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CAUTI

catheter-associated urinary tract infection.
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Deep black soils, once considered among the island's most productive, cover the low plains of the Rio Cauto valley, but these days the soil quality has been ruined by poor drainage, desertification and high salinity--resulting from mismanagement and over-regulation of water resources in recent decades.
Holguin residents await the opening of a US$5 million, 34-mile pipeline from the Cauto River in southern Cuba.
In an impressive instance of anaphoric isocolon, Livy had written (22.12.12): `pro cunctatore segnem, pro cauto timidum ...
While our understanding of the mill takeovers remains incomplete, Barry Carr's recent research suggests a broader pattern of Antillean involvement.(44) British West Indian and Haitian braceros reportedly participated in the strike movements at a number of sugar centrales, including in Cayo Juan Claro, Mabay, Miranda, Punta Alegre, Rio Cauto, and Santa Lucia, as well as on the Boston and Preston plantations of the United Fruit Company.(45) Haitian laborers on Oriente's coffee estates apparently ceased work as well.(46) The inter-racial, cross-national solidarity achieved by the rural workers in 1933 seemed to promise a brighter future for Antillean blacks in Cuba.