The Facts About Point of Care Blood Testing

The Facts About Point of Care Blood Testing

The Facts About Point of Care Blood Testing

The Facts About Point of Care Blood Testing

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Laboratory results are an essential part of a person’s healthcare. Sometimes the need for immediate results is necessary to start treatment quickly. This is where point-of-care testing comes in. Point-of-care testing is any test that is performed at or near the location where care or treatment is provided. This can be a doctor’s office, hospital, nursing home, surgery center, or the person’s home. Point-of-care testing does not come without risks though. This course will provide an overview of point-of-care blood testing, discuss the prevalence of complications from point-of-care blood testing, and review evidence-based guidelines for safe point-of-care blood testing.

COURSE INFORMATION

30 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-02-21Updated 2020-02-21

Course Objectives

  • Describe the different types of central venous catheters
  • Explain the potential complications of point-of-care blood testing
  • Understand the prevalence of point-of-care blood testing and complications
  • Identify best-practice for point-of-care blood testing

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