Papers and Posters

ACCEPTED PAPERS
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FRIDAY 29 APRIL

Friday 5:05 – 5:25pm
Implementing a Hospital-Wide Care Bundle to Reduce Staphylococcus Aureus Bloodstream Infections Associated with Peripheral Venous Cannulation
Deborah Rhodes, Pauline Bass and Leon Worth
Alfred Health


Friday 5:05 – 5:25pm
A Real Time Comparison of PICC Tip Positioning Using Fluoroscopy and an ECG Tip Confirmation And Navigation System (TCS) to Eliminate the Need for Chest X-Ray Post Insertion
Kerry Taliaferro, Samantha Frost, Katherine Wakefield and Louise Turner
Canberra Hospital


Friday 5:30 – 5:50pm
Vascular Access Device Care: Practices that will Save Lives, Time & Money
Marie Cooke, Claire Rickard and Amanda Ullman
Griffith University


Friday 5:30 – 5:50pm
An Evidence Based Rationale for Nurse Led Central Venous Catheter Placement
Evan Alexandrou
Liverpool Hospital & Western Sydney Unversity


SATURDAY 30 APRIL

Saturday 12:05 – 12:25pm
Application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Model to Reduce the Incidence of Venous Indwelling Needle
Xuexue  Li, Dahua Lan,XiZhang,Yingshuang Wang , Huan Deng, Jie Xiang and Shuang He
Third Military Medical University


Saturday 12:30 – 12:50pm
Peripheral Arterial Catheters: The Knowledge to Practice Puzzle
Heather Reynolds
Griffith University


Saturday 1:50 –  2:00pm
Central Venous Access Device Securement and Dressing Effectiveness in Paediatrics (CASCADE JNR): Pilot Study in Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters
Tricia Kleidon, Amanda Ullman, Victoria Gibson, Dr. Brett Chaseling, Dr. Jason Schoutrop, Julieta Woosley, Anna Dean and Claire Rickard
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital


Saturday 2:15 – 2:35pm
The Use of Extended Dwell PIVCs in Patients with Difficult Access
Evan Alexandrou
Liverpool Hospital & Western Sydney University


Saturday 2:15 – 2:35pm
“To Cut Or Not To Cut…Not Such A Simple Question”: A Comparison of Paediatric Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Insertion Techniques
Joel Mason
The Sydney Children’s Hospital


Saturday 2:40 – 3:00pm
Early Cannulation Graft for reducing the Central Venous Catheter: Results of the Italian Singol Centre 4 Years’ Experience
Matteo Tozzi, Marco Franchin, Barbara Pasqualetti and Gabriele Piffaretti
University of Insubria


Saturday 2:40 – 3:00pm
The Challenges and Benefits of Including Paediatric Population into Trial Research within a Collaborative Model
Tricia Kleidon, Amanda Ullman, Victoria Gibson, Julieta Woosley, Anna Dean, Julie Flynn, Dr. Li Zhang, Dr. Samantha Keogh and Claire Rickard
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital


Saturday 3:05 – 3:25pm
Microbial Biofilms on Intravascular Catheters from Paediatric Patients
Li Zhang, Nicole Marsh, Debbie Long, Ming Wei, Mark Morrison and Claire Rickard
Griffith University


Saturday 3:05 – 3:25pm
One Million Global Catheters: Peripheral Intravenous Cannula Worldwide Prevalence Study (OMG PIVC Study) in The East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia Hospital
Azlina Daud, Farrah Ilyani Che Jamaluddin and Hazimah Rahman
International Islamic University


Saturday 3:30 – 3:50pm
The Challenges and Opportunities in Merging Two Paediatric Hospitals: Creating Reliability in Vascular Access Care
Tricia Kleidon, Rachel Edwards, Janet Wallace, Julieta Woosley, Anna Dean, Juliana Buys, Michael Lewczuk, Amanda Ullman and Claire Rickard
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital


Saturday 3:30 – 3:50pm
Randomised Controlled Trials in Peripheral Vascular Access Catheters: A Scoping Review
Mari Takashima, Gillian Ray-Barruel, Samantha Keogh and Claire Rickard
Griffith University


ACCEPTED POSTERS 

All poster presentations to take place at the Welcome Reception on Friday 29 April, 6 – 7:30pm


Cessation of Routine CXR Following ECG Guided PICC Placement – A Lesson In Changing Minds And Changing Practice
Fiona Gillanders
St George Hospital


What is the Frequency of Thrombosis as a Complication of Single and Dual Lumen PICCs? – A Retrospective Audit
Peter Groom and Mary Batch
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital


Removing the Blindfold: Has Fluoroscopy Guidance Influenced Thrombosis Rates?
Tanya Clark, Rhonda Wright, Sheila Sams, Elisabeth Coyne and Kathrynne McKaskill
Gold Coast University Hospital


Barriers to Conducting Clinical Research on Central Venous Access Devices in the Tertiary Hospital Setting
Melissa Arneil, Alexandra Mccarthy, Nicole Gavin and Claire Rickard
Princess Alexandra Hospital


Collaborative Review of Evidence-Based Guidelines in Central Venous Access Device Management
Danielle Peterman, Lisa King, Raymond Chan, Nicole Gavin, Sandy McKiernan, Kerrie Curtis, Rachel Edwards, Rosita Van Kuilenburg, Claire Rickard and Fiona Fullerton
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital


A Time and Motion Study of Peripheral Venous Catheter Flushing Practice Using Manually Prepared and Pre-filled Flush Syringes
Samantha Keogh, Nicole Marsh, Niall Higgins, Karen Davies and Claire Rickard
Griffith University


Nursing and Midwifery Practice for Maintenance of Vascular Access Device Patency. A Cross-Sectional Survey Samantha Keogh, Julie Flynn, Nicole Marsh, Karen Davies and Claire Rickard
Griffith University


Evaluation of Different Flushing Frequencies and Volume for Peripheral Intravenous Catheters: A Pilot, Factorial Randomized Controlled Trial
Samantha Keogh, Julie Flynn, Nicole Marsh, Gabor Mihala, Karen Davies and Claire Rickard
Griffith University


Central Venous Access Device Dressing and Securement: Old Habits Vs Evidence Vs Shiny New Toys
Amanda Ullman, Claire Rickard and Marie Cooke
Griffith University


Outcomes of 35cm Flexible Femoral Haemodialysis Catheters in a Tertiary Centre
Matthew Devine and John Harper
Princess Alexandra Hospital


Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Outcomes Polyurethane Versus Endexo: PICC Compare Randomised Controlled Trial Feasibility Study Protocol
Tricia Kleidon, Amanda Ullman, Sarah Northfield, Li Zhang, Gabor Mihala, Victoria Gibson,
Dr. Brett Chaseling, Dr. Jason Schoutrop, Julieta Woosley, Anna Dean and Claire Rickard
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital


Development of a Sustainable Model for a Nurse Led Intravenous Access Team (IVAT) with the Ability to Cover Planned Leave Within Allocated Funding
Kerry Taliaferro and Katherine Wakefield
Canberra Hospital


Development of an Intravenous Access Team Referral and Booking Form Incorporating the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards
Kerry Taliaferro
Canberra Hospital


Quality Improvement Initiatives to Reduce Hospital Acquired Staph Aureus-Blood Stream Infection Rates Associated With Peripheral Vascular Catheters in a Large Tertiary Hospital In Western Australia
Bobby Kemp
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital


A Collaborative Approach to Reducing Incidence of Vascular Air Embolus and Central Venous Access Devices in New South Wales
Margherita Murgo, Vicki Fox and Kaye Rolls
Clinical Excellence Commission


Intravenous Lines – How Well Do We Manage?
Karen Davies, Paul Kubler and Ian Coombes
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital


Improving Peripheral Intravenous Cannula Management: A Large Tertiary Hospital Perspective
Barbara Hewer, Tristan Bouckley, Jennifer Wu, Diane Murray and Sarah Stewar
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital


 

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