Infection Control in Intravenous Therapy/Physical Therapy

The insertion, maintenance, and surveillance of intravenous systems require close attention by both physicians and nurses. Improvements are needed. Only with the combined efforts of all concerned will the hazards of intravenous therapy be reduced. The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) advocates that infection prevention and control is the responsibility of all those involved in health services delivery and should be embedded into everyday practice.  This relates to health service acquired infections and those that result from other sources, not just those that are considered high-risk infectious diseases. Early diagnosis, along with strategies to manage and contain infections, is essential for the wellbeing of patients/clients and all health professionals. 

  • Introduction to Physical Therapy
  • Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation
  • Involvement of Fluid Therapy

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