Wondering what other facilities use when it comes to drips or just multiple fluids. Our unit had always used double and triple lumen Y connectors for our babies on drips and such, but we've started to drift towards using just rows of stopcocks. It's easier to change drips this way and it certainly doesn't make as much of a tangled mess, but I'm wondering if it's truly best. We've seen a slight increase in our CLABSI rates in the last few years, as well, and I'm wondering if this could have anything to do with the use of stopcocks. They just seem like they would "hold" on to more bacteria and such in the crevices and connections.