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Josephine Stone, RN, CPNP, CRNI, VA-BC

Education Consultant, Self Employed, Herriman, Utah

presenter photoJosephine Stone has been a nursing professional for many years with a variety of experiences in clinical practice including Pediatrics, Neonatal Intensive Care and Transport, Maternal Child, Adult Critical Care and Nursing Administration. She has a long term experience with practice and education of vascular access procedures both nationally and internationally and an early inserter and educator of PICC catheters. She is a long time member of AVA and past President. Currently, she is on the Board of VACC and a member of the Global Stategy Committee of AVA and on the Strategic Planning and Scientific Committees of WoCoVA.

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PIV Track

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Peripheral IV Catheters and Blood Exposure: Is It an Issue?

calendar9/9/2014

clock3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

clockRoom: Potomac 1-2

CE Hours: 1.2


Josephine Stone, RN, CPNP, CRNI, VA-BC

Education Consultant, Self Employed, Herriman, Utah

The risk of blood exposure for the vascular access practitioner has long been under-emphasized. This presentation will review those risks, the responsibilities of developing a culture of safety in the work environment and technologies available today to protect both the patient and the healthcare worker. Over 3 million PIV's are placed each year in the US and for the first time dedicated studies looking at the use of these devices are being developed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss historical overview of PIV catheters.
  • Identify PIV catheter insertion and management "at risk" activities.
  • Recall bloodborne pathogen exposure risk with PIVs and recent published data.
  • Discuss blood exposure management and cost.
  • Identify practices and behaviors to prevent or decrease risk of blood exposure associated with PIVs.

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