Antimicrobial Locking Solutions for Central Vascular Access Devices (CVAD)
New evidence strongly supports the use of antimicrobial locking solutions to reduce unacceptably high rates of central line associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI). The 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice will address this new evidence with an expanded standard on flushing and locking. This good news, however, presents some obstacles. Before making clinical practice decisions, we invite you to participate in this discussion of the various locking solutions used, along with the good and not-so-good aspects of their use. This 90-minute videoconference will include a presentation on the current evidence and time for questions and further discussion on these issues.
$179 - unlimited number of participants in one location with one Internet connection
Date and Time:
None scheduled at this time._
Lynn Hadaway, M.Ed., RN, BC, CRNI
Lynn Hadaway, M.Ed., RN, BC, CRNI has more than 35 years experience in infusion nursing and adult education. Her experience comes from multiple acute care settings, healthcare manufacturing, and continuing professional education.
She holds two national certifications -- infusion nursing from the Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation and nursing professional development from the American Nurses Credentialing Corporation. She also holds a Masters in Education from the University of Georgia.
Her publications include many aspects of vascular access devices, anatomy and physiology, nursing care of all types of vascular access devices, infusion and vascular access complication management, legal and regulatory issues, and principles of adult learning.
She has served as director-at-large and president of the Association for Vascular Access (AVA); served as the president of the Southeastern Chapter of INS twice; served on the INS Standards committees that revised the 2006 and 2011 editions; and chairs an INS committee on Infusion Therapy Teams. She is president of Lynn Hadaway Associates, Inc., an education and consulting company started in 1996.
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