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How to perform a tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change

How to perform a tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change

How to perform a tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change

Nicola Credland
Nicola Credland
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 08 Feb 2018
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Last updated: 12 Jul 2020

Reference: 186928

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educative
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Description

This How to module aims to provide an overview of the skills required to perform a tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change.

Proactive tracheostomy management increases patient safety and reduces adverse events.
A cleaning regimen performed every four hours reduces the risk of a blocked tracheostomy cannula, complete tube occlusion and respiratory arrest.
Sterile tracheostomy dressings allow secretions from the stoma to be absorbed and prevent pressure damage from the tracheostomy tube.
Regular dressing changes and skin inspection permit timely identification of inflammatory processes and skin excoriation, enabling prompt treatment to be instigated.

Objectives

On completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
List the preparatory steps and equipment needed for tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change.
Describe the procedure for performing tracheostomy dressing and inner cannula change.
Identify the risks, complications and necessary measures taken during this procedure.
Understand the evidence to support proactive tracheostomy management.
Nicola Credland

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Nicola Credland
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

pecialist lecturer practitioner in adult intensive care, University of Hull, Hull, England.

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great refresher course content
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TAMALA NYASULU (13 Jun 2020)
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ESMIE CHILALA (18 May 2020)
I have advanced my knowledge and skills on trachoestomy care
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