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Catheter-associated Skin Injury in Paediatrics

Posted on 29 April 2020

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This week, Vic from the Vascular Access Management Service discusses catheter-associated skin injury in paediatrics and offers tips for how paediatric nurses handle this common clinical issue.

 

Skin issues in children, a challenge for vascular access clinicians

Hi, my name is Victoria. I'm a pediatric nurse working in access a common issue that our patient group seems to have is catheter Associated skinning pain and injury usually related to the dressings or otherwise areas from the faucet itself in the past the management of these skin problems has been relatively at hope.

 

 

 

Tags: paediatrics AVATAR dressings IV management vascular access devices

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