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Infection prevention practices reduce serious risk to the patient. Infections a patient can get while having an intravenous device are serious with central catheter infections posing the most serious. This program guides the clinician through key infection prevention strategies and safe practices.

Principles of Infection Control and Prevention

This program provides the clinician with the signs and symptoms of infection. It defines infection and describes the classification of primary bloodstream infections along with catheter related infections. The program identifies sources of contamination and outlines known principles of prevention with asepsis.

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.
Essentials of Infection Prevention

Bloodstream Infections: Identification and Improving Safety
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections
Central Line Bundle Program
Disinfection Practices for Intravenous Therapy
Infection Control Standards and Guidelines
Infection Prevention of CVADs
Infection Prevention Strategies
Principles of Infection Control and Prevention
ANTT: Key Concepts
How to Create a Sterile Field