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Safe Injection Practices
All healthcare providers are urged to carefully review their infection control practices and the practices of all staff under their supervision.
- CDC's Injection Safety Information for Providers
Wanda Neal Hooper, BSN, MS, RN, CIC
April Tracy, RN, BSN, IP
- 10 minute visual presentation available in DVD or VHS
- Bonus Resource CD containing Post Test
- Available upon request 1 Free Site License per viewing address*
- Interactive online course including 10 minutes of video
- Pre-test and Post-test
- 24 hour access to training
- Unlimited facility access to course for 1-year, 2-years or 3-years
If you are an RN, LPN, LVN, ARNP or a CRRN interested in gaining continuing education credits outside of your facility's educational offerings, please click here to access this and other cost-effective courses.
Learning Objective: This program highlights the Safe Injection Practices recommended by the CDC that prevent practices that can spread bloodborne pathogens, and reduce the risk to patients and healthcare workers from needlestick injuries.
More and more patients are receiving injected medications in a variety of healthcare settings.
In these settings, injection practices that can put patients at risk for the transmission of bloodborne pathogens include the administration of anesthetics during surgery, pain management and diagnostic procedures; flushing IV lines or catheters; administering other IV medications such as chemotherapy, cosmetic procedures and alternative medicines; and the administration of intramuscular vaccines.
This short, hands-on program highlights Safe Injection Pratices put forth by the CDC and offers a clear and concise presentation of what to do vs. what not to do.Discussed in this program:
- Sources of transmission
- Practices that have contributed to outbreaks
- Aseptic technique for handling, preparing and storing medications
- Standard Precautions including Safe Injection Practices, Hand Hygiene and PPE
- Safer Medical Devices
Use this program for:
- Annual In-Service
- Mandatory Training
- Nursing Education
- Physician Education
- Remedial/Risk Reduction Training
"Dr. Maki gives a tremendous amount of information about the complexity of some patients and why judgments must be made based on patient need. His interview gives a lot of strength to the DVD." - Rita McCormick, RN, CIC