Presentation Title

Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing: Anti-Embolism Stocking Application

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Poster Group Presentation

Description

Thromboembolism development is a serious condition associated with inactivity and pooling of blood in the lower extremities. The Registered Nurse (RN) assumes an important role in the prevention of thromboembolism development in patients through application of anti-embolism stockings. This poster will share scholarly inquiry regarding best practice recommendations related to anti-embolism stocking application and compare the recommendations with an anti-embolism stocking application procedure currently in practice.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Cathy Bailey

Faculty Sponsor Title

Associate Professor, Nursing

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

Nursing

Location

Morris UC Lobby

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Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing: Anti-Embolism Stocking Application

Morris UC Lobby

Thromboembolism development is a serious condition associated with inactivity and pooling of blood in the lower extremities. The Registered Nurse (RN) assumes an important role in the prevention of thromboembolism development in patients through application of anti-embolism stockings. This poster will share scholarly inquiry regarding best practice recommendations related to anti-embolism stocking application and compare the recommendations with an anti-embolism stocking application procedure currently in practice.