Managing Chest Drainage

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This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with information about chest drainage. Our goal is for nurses to better understand the physiology and pathophysiology relating to conditions requiring chest drainage. Learning about the safe and effective use of chest drain systems will allow registered nurses to provide high quality care for their patients. For more detailed course information, including learning objectives, continuing education approval, and requirements for credit, click here.

Medical Adhesive Safety

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This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of new guidelines for reducing the risk of medical adhesive-related skin injury. For detailed course information, including learning objectives, continuing education approval, and requirements for credit, click here

Suction or Gravity? Revisited

Suction or Gravity headerThis self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of research on whether patients with chest tubes following pulmonary resection should have the chest drain connected to suction. For detailed course information including learning objectives, continuing education approval and course requirements for credit  click here.

Research Review 2013

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This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of research on care of patients with conditions that require chest drainage that was published in 2013.

For details including learning objectives, continuing education approval, and course requirements for credit, click here.