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Larry Talapa reviews today's options available for vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilization and options available for monitoring vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilization processes available to health care facilities. He will also identify clinical practices that can adversely affect the outcome of vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilization in health care facilities.
Mary Duncan MSN, RN, CIC reviews a study showing that by following a Peripheral IV Maintenance Bundle that included IV site care, dressing care and IV tubing care, we could significantly reduce primary bloodstream infections.
Prewarming patients with forced-air warming systems before induction of anesthesia may be enough to prevent hypothermia throughout the surgical procedure, allowing patients to arrive in the post-anesthesia care unit in a normothermic state. Prof Anselm Brauer will discuss practical ways for organizational management to incorporate prewarming among surgical patients in this webinar.
Libby Chinnes, RN, BSN, CIC, FACIP, provides a list of techniques useful for engaging providers, staff, and others in prevention of surgical site infections. Then develops surgical site infection bundles of care based on infection prevention risk assessments that are specific to a facility.
Join Jessica Pehrson, RN, MSN, CWS, as she outlines common areas where PU/I diagnosis, treatment and prevention often come up short despite the latest global efforts to determine root causes and expand clinical recommendations for assessment and management.
Hydrogen peroxide sterilization is key within health care facilities. Dr Brian Kirk, BSc, MSc, PhD, MRPharmS, FIHEEM, AE(D) will address the most recent evidence related to the tools health care professionals have to monitor Hydrogen Peroxide Cycles in this webinar.
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