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Cover image for lecture: The ABCs of Preventing CLABSIs

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 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 health care professionals, recognising we all have knowledge and strengths that positively contribute to a patient's journey.


15 Total Rating(s)
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Catherine Pert
15 Sep 2019

Very informative and well presented.

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mary susan delos reyes
13 Sep 2019

very good

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Lucy Soto
11 Sep 2019

good information

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Mahvash Cody
11 Sep 2019

Great information succinct

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Charlene Elliott
10 Sep 2019

Check hospital policies and procedures. Seek up to date information to obtain correct information to provide better patient care and education.

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Anthony Paul Beer
02 Sep 2019

Good learning tool

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jennifer Brown
24 Aug 2019

The information was up to date and easy to understand, with great references. The educator delivered the information in a very concise manner which I greatly appreciated.

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Bronwyn Horder
21 Aug 2019

This lecture gave a concise and clear overview of CLABSI and the most effective method for controlling it.

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Natalie Barnes
21 Aug 2019

Very interesting.

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Donna Hope
16 Aug 2019

Important stuff, concise and practical.