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5 test questions
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A one hour online course, previously recorded webinar, discussion on the most frequent invasive procedure performed by nurses in acute care. The webinar investigates common breaks in aseptic technique and methods to prevent complications i.e. CLABSI.

CLABSI What are We Missing?

The most frequent invasive procedure performed by nurses in acute care is venous access. This webinar investigates common breaks in aseptic technique and methods to prevent complications such as CLABSI. Based on systematic review of the literature, evidence will be presented on issues related to infection prevention and needleless connectors.
We will review the literature and evidence on issues related to infection prevention and needleless connectors.
Key Topics:
  1. Evaluate common breaks in aseptic technique.
  2. Describe evidence supporting CLABSI prevention and what is missing.

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15304 Continuing Nursing Education also provided through Florida Board of Nursing, Provider # 50-1594 and through additional states Arkansas State BON,District of Columbia BON, Georgia BON, New Mexico BON, South Carolina BON, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses for continuing nursing education. CNE status accepted for states within the USA.
Webinars

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Bundles for Maintenance of PIVs and CVADs
CLABSI What are We Missing?
Issues Associated with PICC Selection and Complication Prevention