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Introduction to Tracheostomy

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Introduction to Tracheostomy
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Patients with a tracheostomy tube may present across different settings requiring tailored care. This module is designed for any healthcare professional caring for a person with a tracheostomy. This module will provide evidence-based information and best practice guidelines for tracheostomy care as well as recognising and responding to tracheostomy emergencies.

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Introduction to Tracheostomy

Patients with a tracheostomy tube may present across different settings requiring tailored care. This module is designed for any healthcare professional caring for a person with a tracheostomy. This module will provide evidence-based information and best practice guidelines for tracheostomy care as well as recognising and responding to tracheostomy emergencies.
60.00
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Paid Content Paid Content

Members: $15.00

Non-Members: $60.00

Content Type: Elearning module

CPD Hours: 4.00

Created: Tuesday, 20 February 2024

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Area/s of Study

  • Acute care
  • Aged care
  • Cancer
  • Child and family health
  • Clinical skills
  • Community and primary health
  • Critical care
  • Palliative care
  • Wound management

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