Pediatric Anesthesiologist/Intensivist Mayo Clinic
Despite wide-spread implementation of evidence-based practices to reduce catheter-related complications, they remain important patient safety issues throughout the US and worldwide. CLABSI, DVT, and infusate properties are among the most relevant catheter-related complications. This session will review some of the newest evidence to base vascular access decisions. The speakers today will explore how these considerations should influence the decision for vascular access choices.
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Properly identify key risks associated with vascular access devices.
Evaluate new comprehensive literature to support the use of recommended guidelines and best clinical practice and identify crucial implications for future research.
Discover potential effects of infusate properties on the venous vasculature.
Understand patient care implications surrounding proper device selection and vessel preservation.
Explore and discuss the clinical effectiveness of antimicrobial versus standard CVADs in reducing infection and mortality in adult patients.