Safe IV Patient Care

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The goal with vascular access devices is to provide a means to safely administer medications to a patient for the duration of required therapy. In order to do this, we must keep these vascular access devices functioning without occlusions, infections, or complications.

This program reviews the daily best practices for vascular access devices to prevent infection and complications. Specifically, we review the importance of cleansing:

  • Hands
  • Skin
  • Use of clean gloves
  • Disinfection of access hubs

We also review the daily procedure for assessing:

  • Insertion site
  • Dressing
  • Catheter function
  • Signs of infection/complications

Also, we provide a detailed review of the basics of flushing a catheter to keep it clear of medications and blood, in an effort to eliminate complications.

To purchase Safe IV Patient Care, click and follow the prompts to the cart.

SAVE ! This class is included in the Infection Prevention Bundle, along with 3 other courses for your yearly requirement (per SHEA guidelines) for a reduced price of $125.00.

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SAVE !! the Safe IV Patient Care class is also included when you purchase the Care & Maintenance Bundle, along with 5 other courses for a reduced price of $235.00.

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