The ABCs of Preventing CLABSIs
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.
Educators Tony King
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. See Educator Profile