When patients need several liquid medications, a good “tool of the trade” is a central line.
A hub, placed under the patient’s skin near a large vein, allows fluids to get into the patient’s blood stream for fast, efficient delivery. Unfortunately, this super-highway for good meds can also be used by very bad germs.
The key to preventing blood stream infections — which can lead to deadly sepsis — is a 100% germ free installation and 100% germ-free maintenance.
Help make sure that tools of the trade include super attention to super clean practices.
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