LABSI (central line associated blood stream infections

Basically, talk about what a CLABSI is, how to determine if you have line infection (blood cultures, line draw and peripheral) signs and symptoms of a central line infection, how to avoid it, how to treat, how to access the port-a-cath properly (sterile procedure), rules about changing the needle and dressing every 7 days, and changing the dressing on a Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line every 7 days as well. What a PAC or PICC is used for and why they may get infected if not used properly

The conclusion could be the steps to prevent infection, and educate the patients on care of their PAC or PICC.