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1.0 - Continuing Ed Credits
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5 test questions
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The patient's risk of infection are reduced through good disinfection practices on skin, intravenous access surfaces and equipment. This program discusses the WHY, WHAT and HOW to effectively perform disinfection of the skin and access sites to reduce the risk of healthcare associated infection.

Disinfection Practices for Intravenous Therapy

This program provides the clinician with the incidence of infection and how they affect the patient. It outlines the initiatives that improve disinfection practices. This program supplies the why and when to disinfect, how to effectively disinfect along with aseptic techniques that reduce risk and increase safe practices.

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