I understand that in many Hospital settings, a CHG daily bath is part of the central line protocol. But, outside of the hospital walls, I don't know one institution, or home care agency that has that as a policy. Also, many Infectious Disease Doc's DO NOT want you doing lab draws from any central line due to increase infection risks. That being said, patients must know that there will be a sterile dressing placed on top of the IV catheter and that dressing must remain, C/D/I. Also, they need to alert you if the line gets tugged on, and they never should push it back in. Showers for every patient requires you as the nurse to adequately protect the line each and every time. Alcohol caps for the end of the needleless connector are single dose items. Because PICC's are one type of Central line, all types of medications can infuse through them. Let me know if you have questions.