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Free 60-day full access to Lippincott Procedures including Rapid Onboarding for COVID-19

Lippincott Solutions has created a new Rapid Onboarding module within Lippincott Procedures to help nursing teams quickly onboard staff to safely care for patients with covid-19.

Wolters Kluwer recognizes the challenges you are facing and we are here to support you and your nursing team. We know what’s foremost in your mind is making sure all nurses are safe and have the information they need to provide safe and effective care for the patients in your institution.

The Rapid Onboarding module has been developed by nurses with critical care, med/surg, and infection control expertise. You’ll find accurate information on correct use of PPEs, infection control precautions, and updated procedures for this specific patient population.

To help you support your entire population including covid-19 patients with comorbidities, your institution will also have access to all 1,800+ Lippincott Procedures during the 60-day full access period.

About the COVID-19 Rapid Onboarding module

By focusing on only “need to know” information, Rapid Onboarding will help your nursing staff quickly get up to speed and safely care for patients with covid-19.

The Rapid Onboarding module covid-19 includes 165 related procedures:

  • 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Admission
  • Admission to intensive care unit
  • Aerosol treatment
  • Airborne precautions
  • Arterial catheter insertion, assisting
  • Arterial catheter removal
  • Arterial line tubing change
  • Arterial pressure monitoring
  • Arterial pressure open monitoring system, blood sampling
  • Arterial puncture for blood gas analysis
  • Assessment, general survey
  • Bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) use
  • Blood and blood product transfusion
  • Blood and blood product transfusion reaction management
  • Blood culture sample collection
  • Calculating and setting an IV drip rate
  • Cardiac monitoring
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), one-person
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), two person
  • Central venous access catheter blood sampling
  • Central venous access catheter flushing and locking
  • Central venous access catheter insertion, assisting
  • Central venous access device dressing change
  • Central venous pressure monitoring, transducer
  • Central venous tunneled catheter blood sampling
  • Central venous tunneled catheter continuous infusion
  • Central venous tunneled catheter dressing change
  • Central venous tunneled catheter flushing and locking
  • Chest tube drainage system monitoring and care
  • Closed-wound drain management
  • Code management
  • Contact precautions
  • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) use
  • Defibrillation
  • Discharge
  • Drain removal, surgical
  • Droplet precautions
  • Dying patient care
  • Endotracheal tube removal
  • Endotracheal tube repositioning
  • End-tidal carbon dioxide (ETCO2) monitoring
  • Enteral feeding tube exit site care, gastrostomy and jejunostomy
  • Enteral feeding tube insertion, gastric and duodenal
  • Enteral feeding tube removal, gastric and duodenal
  • Enteral tube drug instillation
  • Enteral tube feeding, continuous, gastrostomy and jejunostomy
  • Enteral tube feeding, duodenal and jejunal
  • Enteral tube feeding, gastric
  • Enteral tube feeding, intermittent, gastrostomy and jejunostomy
  • Fall management
  • Fall prevention
  • Gastrostomy tube drug instillation
  • Handheld resuscitation bag and mask use
  • Health history interview and physical assessment
  • Hemodynamic monitoring, minimally invasive
  • Hemodynamic monitoring, noninvasive
  • High-frequency jet ventilator use
  • High-frequency jet ventilator use, respiratory therapy
  • High-frequency oscillatory ventilator use
  • High-frequency oscillatory ventilator use, respiratory therapy
  • Implanted port accessing
  • Implanted port bolus injection
  • Implanted port continuous infusion
  • Implanted port flushing and locking
  • Implanted port noncoring needle removal
  • Indirect calorimetry, respiratory therapy
  • Indwelling urinary catheter (Foley) care and management
  • Indwelling urinary catheter (Foley) insertion, female
  • Indwelling urinary catheter (Foley) insertion, male
  • Indwelling urinary catheter (Foley) removal
  • Inspiratory muscle training, respiratory therapy
  • Intake and output assessment
  • Intermittent (straight) urinary catheter insertion, female
  • Intermittent (straight) urinary catheter insertion, male
  • Intermittent infusion device drug administration
  • Intermittent infusion device flushing and locking
  • Intermittent infusion device insertion
  • Intubation with direct visualization
  • Intubation, blind nasotracheal
  • IV administration set (tubing) change
  • IV administration set priming
  • IV bolus injection
  • IV catheter blood sampling
  • IV catheter insertion
  • IV catheter removal
  • IV dressing change
  • IV infusion, dose and flow rate calculations
  • IV pump use
  • IV secondary line drug infusion
  • IV solution change
  • IV solution preparation, adding medications to the container
  • IV syringe pump use
  • IV time tape use
  • Maximal inspiratory and expiratory pressure measurement, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation discontinuation for end-of-life care, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation setup and application, neonatal, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation weaning, neonatal, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation weaning, pediatric, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation weaning, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, assessing readiness to wean, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, home ventilator use, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, humidification, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, independent lung ventilation, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, patient transport, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, positive pressure
  • Mechanical ventilation, positive pressure, neonatal, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, positive pressure, pediatric, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, positive pressure, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, positive pressure, setup and application, respiratory therapy
  • Mechanical ventilation, pressure-controlled inverse ratio, respiratory therapy
  • Metered-dose inhaler use
  • Moderate sedation
  • Mucus clearance, positive expiratory pressure, respiratory therapy
  • Nasoenteric-decompression tube insertion, assisting
  • Nasoenteric-decompression tube management
  • Nasoenteric-decompression tube removal
  • Nasogastric tube insertion
  • Nasogastric tube irrigation
  • Nasogastric tube monitoring
  • Nasogastric tube removal
  • Nebulizer therapy, in-line
  • Nebulizer therapy, in-line, respiratory therapy
  • Nebulizer therapy, large volume
  • Nebulizer therapy, small volume
  • Nebulizer therapy, ultrasonic
  • Neurologic assessment
  • Neurovascular assessment
  • Noninvasive positive pressure ventilation, respiratory therapy
  • Oral care for an intubated patient
  • Oronasopharyngeal suctioning
  • Oropharyngeal airway insertion and care
  • Oxygen administration
  • Pain assessment
  • Parenteral nutrition administration
  • Parenteral nutrition monitoring
  • Parenteral nutrition, changing equipment
  • Peripheral nerve stimulation
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) blood sampling
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) dressing change
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) drug administration
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) flushing and locking
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) removal
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE), putting on
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE), removal
  • Postmortem care
  • Pressure injury prevention
  • Prioritizing care
  • Prone positioning
  • Pulse assessment
  • Pulse oximetry
  • Respiration assessment
  • Safe medication administration practices, general
  • Sequential compression therapy
  • Standard precautions
  • Surgical wound with a drain dressing application
  • Tracheal suctioning, intubated patient
  • Tracheostomy cuff inflation and deflation
  • Tracheostomy suctioning
  • Tracheostomy ties change
  • Tracheostomy tube cannula and stoma care
  • Tracheostomy tube change
  • Tracheotomy, assisting
  • Venipuncture
  • Weaning a patient from a ventilator

Once your institution is granted access, you are assured 60 days, uninterrupted access. We will work with each institution based on their needs beyond the initial 60-day period to extend access. Please reach out to customer service or your sales representative for more information.

Wolters Kluwer is monitoring the covid-19 crisis closely; due to the quickly evolving nature of the situation, we reserve the right to modify the offer as conditions improve.

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