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Consequences of Central Venous Catheterization: Identification, Discussion and Methods for Reduction of Common CVC and PICC ComplicationsRecorded On: 04/08/2015
Developed through a nursing education grant from Teleflex, Inc., this 60 minute webinar will review the most common complications associated with the presence of a CVC or PICC and describe any interconnection between them. Methods for reduction of these complications plus an overview of the financial effects of healthcare reform will be discussed.
Recommendations for Improving Safety Practices with Short Peripheral Catheters
In 2013, INS convened a task force of infusion therapy experts from various practice settings to identify, promote, and develop recommendations and tools to improve health care professional and patient safety practices surrounding the use of short peripheral catheters. The committee developed a position paper with recommendations on how to improve safety practices with short peripheral catheters.
Peripheral Vision: A Closer Look at the Billions of PIVs Placed Around the WorldRecorded On: 05/20/2015
Tunnel vision has provided an emphasis on the reduction of central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) and catheter-related bloodstream infection (CR-BSI) allowing hospitals and clinicians to improve outcomes through the use of insertion bundles, product innovations, and ultrasound. But the greatest tool in reducing central line placement is a safe, secure, and appropriately placed peripheral intravenous catheter. It is time to broaden our focus to include a peripheral intravenous bundle extending from education and training to the placement and maintenance of the most frequently used venous access device in the world.