“The aim of the care bundle, as set out in this high impact intervention (HII), is to ensure appropriate and high quality patient care. Regular auditing of the care bundle actions will support cycles of review and continuous improvement in care settings. Registered providers must audit compliance against key policies and procedures for infection prevention, inline with the relevant legislation at the time of publication. Bloodstream infections associated with central venous catheter insertion are a major cause of morbidity. A 2006 prevalence survey found that 42.3% of bloodstream infections in England are central line related. Treating one case of MRSA costs £5,200 at 2009-10 prices. Referenced from Department of Health.