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Successful recycling of post-consumer nylon carpet on a CRNI twin-screw extruder to make useful injection molding products has been demonstrated; compatibilization of the PP and nylon phases is needed to make a competitive product.
In addition, the design characteristics of the CRNI extruder allow the use of very deep-channel screw elements for the mixing and pumping actions.
Dawson, DNP, MSA, APRN, ACNP--BC, CPUI, CRNI, VA-BC, Vascular Access Consultant, PICC Academy, will be the featured presenter.
Denise Macklin, BSN, RNC, and Brenda Caillouet, MPH, BSN, RN, CRNI.
Dawson, DNP, MSA, RN, VA-BC, CRNI, CPUI, Vascular Access Consultant, PICC Academy and Leianne Jinkins, RN, BSN, VA-BC, CPUI, Vascular Access Specialist, B.
Matthews, PhD, RN, AOCN, CRNI, Director-at-Large, ONS Board of Directors
The co-authors of CVW's poster are Stephen Harris, RN, CRNI, BA and Deb Elixon RN, CRNI.
The third poster, by Nancy Moureau, RN, BSN, CRNI, CPUI, reports the results of an in vitro study designed to test SwabCap's ability to passively disinfect luer access valves.
Excelsior Medical's booth will also feature talks by nationally known infection control expert Nancy Moureau, RN, BSN, CRNI, CPUI.
Denice Gibson, RN, MSN, CRNI, AOCNS, Cancer Transplant Institute at Virginia G Piper Cancer Center
Many needleless connectors have hard-to-reach surfaces that make them difficult to properly disinfect, even if nurses wipe for the full 15 seconds and then wait for drying as experts advise," said Nancy Moureau, RN, BSN, CRNI, CPUI, author of the presentation and founder of PICC Excellence, a training, educational and consulting company.
Highly individualized care plans will result in our nurses either administering the drugs, or concurrently working with the families over an extended period of time to ensure that they are comfortable and competent to manage the treatment safely in the home," offers Peggy Gruenemeier, RN, CRNI, BioRx's Director of Clinical Services.