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1.0 - Continuing Ed Credits
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Catheters are to be removed as soon as no longer clinically indicated. This program teaches the clinical indications that lead to catheter removal.

Clinically Indicated Catheter Removal

Catheters are always a possible source of infection and should be removed as soon as they are no longer clinically indicated. Learn what to assess during each shift to determine if catheter removal is clinically indicated. Never leave a catheter indwelling just in case you may need it later or because there are no signs of complication.

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 the Canadian Association of Medical Radiati
Fundamentals of VAD Management

Applying Best Practices to VAD Management
Basic Principles of Blood Draws
Clinically Indicated Catheter Removal
Complications with VADs - Part 1
Drawing Blood Cultures - Preventing Contamination
Dressings and Dressing Changes for VADs
Flushing: The Science and Evidence
Function and Management of Needleless Connectors
Methods of Securement
Safe IV Patient Care
VAD Assessment Best Practices