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Tips for how to differentiate and goals for protection and management.
Program Objectives

Identify how wounds are classified according to wound depth and etiology.
Describe the etiology of a pressure injury (PI) and incontinence-associated skin damage (IAD).
Discuss evidence-based protocols of care of prevention and management if IAD . . .

Patient care teams rely on the wound care nurse alone to implement a pressure ulcer prevention program; however, a successful program requires involvement from the entire care team and is a 24/7 endeavor.

Learn how your healthcare team can provide better patient care, topics include: Prevention Programs, Where to . . .

Needlesticks and other sharps-related exposures to bloodborne pathogens (including HIV, hepatitis B virus, and hepatitis C virus) continue to pose a significant occupational risk for healthcare workers. Largely preventable, these injuries are all-too-common events that create a significant burden for exposed workers, even if they don’t . . .

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