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On Demand Viewing Begins April 16, 2010

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes

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Gain Practical Insights from Clinical Experts in the Prevention of CABSIs

Building an IV Cart for the Prevention of CABSIs

This webinar will define and discuss the need for establishing specialized IV carts for the prevention of CABSIs (catheter-associated blood stream infections). The speaker will address steps in developing, maintaining and implementing an IV cart system. Participants will learn the essential components for building an IV cart system and the orientation of the vascular access team to ensure its effective implementation..

On Demand Viewing Begins April 16, 2010

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes


Linda Lembo, BSN, CRNIŽ Linda Lembo, BSN, CRNIŽ
Vascular Access Supervisor
Valley Health Hospital
Ridgewood, New Jersey

Ms. Lembo, BSN, CRNIŽ, has been a registered nurse for 40 years with the past 20 years in the specialty of vascular access. She is currently Vascular Access Supervisor at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ.

Ms. Lembo is a past president of the local Infusion Nurses Society (INS) chapter. As a member of Association for Vascular Access (AVA) since 2000, she has served on the best practices committee and currently is a member of the Board of Directors.

Through the years, Ms. Lembo has been active in developing and managing infusion therapy educational programs including the Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Education for Nurses and Healthcare Institutions conducted at The Valley Hospital .

Session Learning Objectives and Content Highlights

  1. State at least three reasons for (or benefits of) using IV carts and kits
  2. Discuss the steps in developing, implementing and maintaining an IV cart
  3. List the basic components of an IV cart


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