Sepsis and Invasive Devices

Sepsis Alliance April 2017

Invasive devices such as intravenous lines (IVs) and urinary catheters are necessary tools to help treat people who are ill. Commonplace in most healthcare facilities and even used at home, these devices are also often taken for granted by the people who use them. Unfortunately, whenever an invasive device is used, there is a potential for infection, including healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), which can lead to sepsis.

Follow this link to the Sepsis Alliance newest onlineĀ resource Sepsis and Invasive Devices

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