#1 With reguards to a suspected peritonitis- I believe it is an industry standard at least at a couple of the LDO's that I have worked for to change the transfer set to prevent recurrent peritonitis. Is there a study that you know of that supports this practice.#2 For an open or (Wet contamination) touch contamination, the practice we had always used was to initiate profolactic antibiotics either oral or IP depending on the situation and change out the transfer set. I am looking for the Best demonstrated practice currently being used and any supportive studys you may have to support that.Thank you
RESOLVEDSusan J answered September 27, 2011
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 #1 With reguards to a suspected peritonitis- I believe it is an industry standard at least at a couple of the LDO’s that I have worked for to change the transfer set to prevent recurrent peritonitis. Is there a study that you know of that supports this practice.#2 For an open or (Wet contamination) touch contamination, the practice we had always used was to initiate profolactic antibiotics either oral or IP depending on the situation and change out the transfer set. I am looking for the Best demonstrated practice currently being used and any supportive studys you may have to support that.Thank you
RESOLVEDSusan J asked September 24, 2011
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