I am seeing some of the new devices out there that provide a "cap" to injection/infusion ports on IV tubing. I am seeing nurses unscrew the cap, give the medication, and screw the same dried out cap back on. Anybody else seeing this? It seems the "visual confirmation" is replacing common sense on the need to really clean these IV connectors with some elbow grease. We know we need to scrub the skin before placing a PICC, why can't we get the same message across on the care and maintenance end?