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Posted on 24 February 2022
Topic: Vascular Access Device: evidence versus current practice for patency assessment & education, brought to you by the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA). Patency assessment: Does your workplace use a standardised, validated tool? What do you assess – blood return, flushing, both? What are the education and competency recommendations for vascular access? Join us to discuss the evidence versus our current practice and walk through two validated assessment to...
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CNSA Vascular Access Devices: Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines: Online launch 3 November!
Posted by Kerrie Curtis on 28 October 2021
Vascular access devices are lifelines for patients with cancer for the administration of prescribed therapies and supportive care. Evidence-based management is key in the prevention of vascular access complications and premature removal. The revised Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) Vascular Access Devices: Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines detail the latest evidence and recommendations for patients with cancer with peripheral intravenous cannulas and central venous ac...
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3M Health Care Academy - The 2021 INS Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice: Focusing on Catheter Securement: Science and best practices
Posted on 29 September 2021
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3M Health Care Academy - The 2021 INS Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice: Reducing CABSI Risk: People, Standards and Technology
Posted on 19 July 2021
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3M Health Care Academy - The 2021 INS Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice: Vascular Access Device Care and Management
Posted on 29 April 2021
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