Od-026115 MUMH Central Line Education for Physicians and Advanced Care Practitioners CY19

Main Task
Central Line Insertion Overview show details
This is a basic overview of central line insertion and includes information on the MedStar Health Central Venous Catheter-Associated Infection Prevention Standards indications for inserting a central line. Also discussed are the pros and cons of the different central line insertion sites.
  • : Lynne Karanfil
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Preparing and Maintaining A Sterile Field At the Bedside show details
This presentation was developed using national standard recommendations. These practices are intended as a guidelines that are adaptable to various practice settings where operative and other invasive procedures may be performed. These are general principles. Please refer to your individual hospital polices related to sterile fieldand bedside procedures.
  • : Lynne Karanfil
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Central Line Insertion Techniques- The Path to Zero Infections show details
This presentation discusses the basics on how to insert a central line for the three most common locations, internal jugular, subclavian and femoral. The course briefly reviews the complications of insertion and how to manage them.
  • : Lynne Karanfil
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MedStar Health Central Line Removal Education show details
This module focuses on the proper techniques for central line removal, complications associated with central line removal, and how these can be prevented. Only individuals who have received appropriate central line training are eligible to remove a central vascular catheter.
  • : Lynne Karanfil
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Central Line BloodStream Infection Prevention –The Path to Zero Infections show details
This is an overview of central line bloodstream infections (CLABSI) and how using a bundled approach can achieve zero CLABSI. It also outlines the MedStar Health’s Central Venous Catheter-Associated Infection Prevention Standards, the care of the patient receiving a central line, insertion, maintenance, and removal of a central line. This education is required by the Joint Commission and MedStar for all providers who manage central lines.
  • : Lynne Karanfil
  • : Pr-022439