The ABCs of Preventing CLABSIs

CPD
24m

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Lecture Overview

Central venous access devices need to be carefully assessed, managed and monitored if we are to reduce the risk of complications, such as CLABSIs (central line-associated bloodstream infections). This lecture reviews the keys to preventing CLABSIs, including tips for troubleshooting.

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Tony King

Tony King is a registered nurse and clinical educator in a large metropolitan intensive care unit. He adopts a realistic and practical approach to the challenges facing the modern clinician. Tony is passionate about developing all healthcare professionals, recognising we all have knowledge and strengths that positively contribute to a patient's journey. See Educator Profile

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CPD24m of CPD
First Published01 August 2019
Updated01 August 2019
Expires
25 February 2021
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