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Young Adult (18-35)
North American (Canadian-General)
North American (General)
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developed with the input of clinicians across the globe, liquid band flow controls, innovative design ensures precise adhesive placement. The winged applicator packaging facilitates safe and easy activation along with accuracy and control. Liquid band flow control can be applied in three simple steps. Step one While holding the container upright, squeeze the applicator wings until a cracking sound is heard. Step two ensure that the wound is thoroughly clean and dry prior to closure. Invert the tip and gently squeeze the wings to prime the device. When the tip turns violet liquid band flow control is ready to use Step three while holding the wound edges together, apply an even coat of liquid band over the length of the wound and continue to hold the wound edges together for 30 seconds up to now you've learned how to identify workplace hazards and how to report them to your supervisor. In this module we will discuss the hierarchy of control measures that can be used to eliminate hazards from the work process altogether. Welcome to the new patient protocols for the I. C. U. My name is David and I'll be your coach today. This course consists of four lessons each containing an end of lesson knowledge. Check to help assess what you've learned to date. We recommend that you take each lesson in order and then return to a specific lesson to refresh your learning or to focus on a particular topic As you proceed through this course Some words will appear in read these words are included in the glossary which can be accessed in the upper right corner of the screen to learn about course navigation, click the navigation tab in the upper right corner.