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Medical Program: COVID-19 & Site Selection: Preventing the Spread of Infection from Patient to Practitioner

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COVID-19 & Site Selection: Preventing the Spread of Infection from Patient to Practitioner

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    Inserting catheters at the subclavian and jugular sites puts the healthcare professional at a higher risk of being infected with COVID-19. But as nurse practitioner Matt Ostroff has found, the mid-thigh femoral region is safe, has a low risk of infection, and provides a site that is far from the patient’s airway to help protect the staff during care and maintenance.

    Published April 7, 2020

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    Inserting catheters at the subclavian and jugular sites puts the healthcare professional at a higher risk of being infected with COVID-19. But as nurse practitioner Matt Ostroff has found, the mid-thigh femoral region is safe, has a low risk of infection, and provides a site that is far from the patient’s airway to help protect the staff during care and maintenance.

    Published April 7, 2020

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