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Managing Moisture-Associated Skin Damage (MASD) and Incontinence for Nursing Assistants

Course Description Prolonged exposure to moisture can damage even the healthiest skin. Learn how to manage moisture to avoid Moisture-Associated Skin Damage (MASD), specifically incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD) and intertriginous dermatitis (ITD). Learning Objectives Upon...


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Understanding Pressure Ulcer Surveys and Data Collection

Course Description Clinicians need to be able to evaluate how effective their pressure injury prevention program is in order to improve prevention strategies and patient outcomes. Better understand what a Pressure Ulcer Survey is, the pressure ulcer survey process and data collection, and how...


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Tell Me Again Why This Resident Needs A Catheter? (non CE)

This article will increase the healthcare providers knowledge about catheter associated urinary tract infections and prevention strategies in the residential setting. #Courses #Continence-and-Incontinence #Correctional-Facilities #Infection-Prevention #RN-LPN #Nursing-Home ​​​​​​


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Can a Cranberry a Day Keep UTIs Away? for Healthcare Assistants

Is it just folk wisdom, or can this very tart berry actually be used to prevent urinary tract infections? #Courses #Australia #Continence-and-Incontinence #Infection-Prevention #Healthcare-Assistant #CNA #Home-Care #Hospice #Nursing-Home ​​​​​​​​ #CE ​​


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Nutrition’s Role in Urinary Tract Infections and Hydration (non CE)

Proper hydration is key in the treatment and prevention of Urinary Tract Infections. This course will provide the healthcare professional with a review of Urinary Tract Infections and nutrition’s impact along with an overview of alternative dietary treatment modalities. #Courses #Continence...


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Indwelling Urinary Catheters for Healthcare Assistants - 0.25 CE

There are times when it becomes necessary to assist in urinary elimination for residents by using indwelling catheters. Nursing assistants provide daily care of the catheter when the resident has an indwelling catheter for urinary drainage. This care is necessary to help minimize the risk of ...


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Continence Management for Hospice/Home Care Caregivers - (non CE)

The goal of this course is to provide those care providers in the Hospice and Home Care environments with guidelines and best practices for continence care management including: the types of incontinence, assessment guidelines, appropriate incontinence product selection and use and application,...


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Catéteres urinarios permanentes para Asistentes de Enfermería Certificados - (non CE)

Hay momentos en que es necesario ayudar en la eliminación urinaria de los residentes utilizando catéteres permanentes. Los asistentes de enfermería proporcionan cuidado diario del catéter cuando el residente tiene un catéter permanente para drenaje urinario. Este cuidado es necesario para ayudar...


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CAUTI Prevention: Cracking the Case -1.0 CE (For Nurses)

Catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are the most common healthcare-associated infections (HAIs); accounting for approximately 40 percent of all HAIs. #Courses #Australia #Continence-and-Incontinence #Correctional-Facilities #Infection-Prevention #RN-LPN #Doctors...


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¿Puede un arándano al día alejar a las ITU? Para Ayudantes de Enfermería - (non CE)

¿Es sólo sabiduría popular, o puede esta tarta de arándanos ser utilizada para evitar infecciones del tracto urinario? #Courses #Continence-and-Incontinence #Infection-Prevention #Spanish #Healthcare-Assistant #CNA #Home-Care #Hospice #Nursing-Home ​​​​​​​​​