MDI Common Canister Protocol. Multiple Patient Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) Program

MDI Common Canister Protocol
(CCP)

Common Canister Protocol refers to the practice of giving medication from a single Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) canister to multiple patients.

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Multiple Patient Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) Program


MULTIPLE PATIENT METERED DOSE INHALER (MDI) PROGRAM Filippelli, Anthony, MEd, RRT, George, Gregory, R. Ph., M.S., Holy Spirit Hospital, Rehabilitation Services/Pharmacy, Camp Hill, PA.

SURVEILLANCE OF RESERVOIR CROSS-CONTAMINATION WITH MULTIPLE PATIENT MDI USE Crystal L. Dunlevv, EdD. RRT, Joseph L. Rau, Jr., PhD, RRT, Susan B. Roman, MMSc, MT, SM, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Atlanta, GA

INCIDENCE OF CONTAMINATION OF METERED DOSE INHALER CANISTERS WHEN USED WITH MULTIPLE PATIENTS USING SPACER DEVICES Debi Hinson. RRT, J.L. Rau, Ph.D., RRT. Department of Respiratory Care, Gwinnett Hospital System, Lawrenceville, GA; Cardiopulmonary Care Sciences, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.


Common Canister Protocol: The abstracts discuss three separate experiences whereby hospital clinicians were able to successfully implement a common canister protocol in their respective institutions. Issues surrounding infection control, increased staff efficiencies, and cost savings are addressed. | Order PuffMinder DOSER
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