Risk Reduction Strategies for Acute Hemodialysis Catheters
Amy Bardin-Spencer, EdD(c),MS, RRT, VA-BC
Acute hemodialysis catheters are an integral part of therapy for acute and chronic renal failure patients. These devices have both benefits and risks that directly impact patient outcome, care plan and clinical workflow. This webinar will review the use of acute HD catheters, insertion practices to optimize performance and current risk reduction strategies to prevent central line associated blood stream infection (CLABSI) reduction.
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