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Guide to Antimicrobial Dressings and Antimicrobial Impregnated Disks


The use of chlorhexidine impregnated dressings have been shown to be effective in the prevention of central line associated blood stream infections. Both the CDC and INS recommend the use of chlorhexidine dressings for central lines in patients over the age of 2 months. Chlorhexidine dressing should be used with caution in premature neonates and patients with fragile skin and/or those sensitive to chlorhexidine. Dressings impregnated with silver ions may be an alternative, for those sensitive to chlorhexidine or in neonates.

Please note: These lists are for reference and educational use only. Pedagogy does not recommend the use of any product or product manufacturer. 

Download a printable copy of the Guide to Antimicrobial Dressings and Antimicrobial Impregnated Discs resource

This resource accompanies our Current Concepts in the Management of Central Lines and Peripheral and Central Venous Access Device Review continuing education courses, which are also part of of many of our IV Certification course packages

 
Guide to Antimicrobial Dressings and Antimicrobial Impregnated Discs

Chlorhexidine Impregnated Antimicrobial Discs



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Chlorhexidine Transparent Membrane Dressings

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