Implementation of a Visual assessment Tool to Ensure that central Venous Access Devices Care is Delivered and Documented

Diana Paul
Aim: The core aim of this project is to implement a visual assessment tool to ensure that all the CVADs on the patients are checked on every shift, adequate care is provided and proper documentation is done post care delivery. Rationale: All CVADs‟ are a potential source of infections. The microbes that colonize catheter hubs and the skin surrounding the insertion site are the source of most catheter-related bloodstream infections which could result in further...
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