ReliaTect Post‐Op Dressing versus Standard of Care in Women Following Cesarean Delivery

Study Design and Measures of Patient Satisfaction In the study “Antimicrobial Dressing versus Standard Dressing in Obese Women Undergoing Cesarean Delivery: A Randomized Controlled Trial” conducted by Dr. Antonio Saad and colleagues at the University of Texas Medical Branch, ReliaTect antimicrobial dressing was compared to standard wound dressing. It is the first published trial comparing…

Target Zero: Evidence Based Strategies for Reducing the Risk of CAUTIs. Webinar by Patricia Posa, MSA, BSN, RN, CCRN‐K, FAAN.

Target Zero: Evidence Based Strategies for Reducing the Risk of CAUTI

The webinar “Target Zero: Evidence Based Strategies for Reducing the Risk of CAUTIs”, led by Patricia Posa, MSA, BSN, RN, CCRN‐K, FAAN details the negative impacts of high CAUTI (Catheter‐Associated Urinary Tract Infection) rates for both patients and hospitals, identifies evidence‐based practices and alternative methods to prevent CAUTIs, and discusses strategies for maximizing CAUTI prevention…

3 Questions with Kathie Posa-Kearney MSN, APRN, ACCNS-AG, CCRN

Agent of Change: A CNS’s Recommendations for CAUTI Prevention 3 Questions With… features some of the finest thought leaders in healthcare specialties such as Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, Surgical Care and more. These experts answer questions on the latest insights, evidence and current practices. For our newest 3 Questions With… vlog, Eloquest Healthcare is proud to…

Vascular Access Care & Maintenance: Avoid MARSI during Dressing Changes

In our previous blog, “MARSI Guidelines on Safe Adhesive Removal,” we discuss the one often overlooked hospital acquired condition (HAC) is medical adhesive related skin injury (MARSI). Its prevention should be on every institution’s radar. In this video, Jack LeDonne, MD, FACS, VA-BC, features a case example of mechanical skin injury related to the removal of…

3 Questions with Marcia Ryder, PhD, MS, RN

3 Questions with Marcia Ryder, PhD, MS, RN 3 Questions With… features some of the finest thought leaders in healthcare specialties such as Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, Surgical Care and more. These experts answer questions on the latest insights, evidence and current practices. For our newest 3 Questions With… vlog, Eloquest Healthcare is proud to feature…

3 Questions with Lee Steere, RN, CRNI, VA-BC

3 Questions with Lee Steere, RN, CRNI, VA-BC 3 Questions With… features some of the finest thought leaders in healthcare specialties such as Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, Surgical Care and more. These experts answer questions on the latest insights, evidence and current practices. For our newest 3 Questions With… Eloquest Healthcare is proud to feature Lee Steere,…

Reducing Surgical Site Infections: Surgical Stewardship

Surgical site infection (SSI) occurs in 2-5% of all surgeries which correlates to about 157,5000 SSIs in the U.S. on a yearly basis.1 Not only do SSIs impact patient outcomes and mortality rates, but also satisfaction scores and budgets of medical institutions. In the webinar, Reducing Surgical Site Infections: Surgical Stewardship, Maureen P. Spencer discusses…

3 Questions with Peter Graves, BSN, RN, CNOR

Back-to-Basics Approach for Improving Surgical Outcomes 3 Questions With… features some of the finest thought leaders in healthcare specialties such as Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, Surgical Care and more. These experts answer questions on the latest insights, evidence and current practices. For our newest 3 Questions With… Eloquest Healthcare is proud to feature Peter Graves, BSN, RN,…

Modern Vascular Access with Dr. Jack LeDonne – Recommendations to Improve Site Care & Maintenance

Catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs) are deadly, associated with 12 to 25% mortality among the critical care patient population.1 Published guidance for preventing CRBSIs recommends a bundled approach for eliminating known risks. Multiple organizations, including the CDC, have published evidence based guidelines for preventing CRBSIs.2 However, little has changed regarding device care and maintenance. Jack LeDonne,…

Improving Vascular Access Dressing Integrity with Gum Mastic Adhesive

Central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) occurrence is arguably 100% preventable, yet central venous access device (CVAD) related infections have a 12-25% mortality rate in the ICU setting1. One to 2 of every 8 patients who develop CLABSI don’t survive. In the webinar, 18 Months of Sticking to it: Dedicated team site care using gum mastic…