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Evidence-Based Practice in Preventing Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Victoria Agramonte, RN, MSN Project Manager, IPRO . ... – Sequential compression devices ... • Assess use of protocol frequently • Involve the patient and family 35 .

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Physician-ordered, nurse-driven SCD protocol. The authors of this article, who are clinical nurse specialists, conducted a study at their hospital to evaluate acute-care nurses’ knowledge of safe, correct use of sequential compression device (SCD) therapy in preventing venous thromboembolism (VTE) in hospitalized adults.

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Sequential Compression Device (SCD) is a method of DVT prevention that improves blood flow in the legs. SCD’s are shaped like “sleeves” that wrap around the legs and inflate with air one at a time. This imitates walking and helps prevent blood clots. You should

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Sequential Compression Devices (SCDs) must be placed during surgery and immediately after surgery unless a contraindication is documented by the MD, NP or PA within 24 hours of surgery end time. Ted hose alone do NOT satisfy the requirement!

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Sequential Compression Devices, or SCD’s, (also known as Lymphedema pumps) are designed to limit the development of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Peripheral Edema in immobile patients. When a patient is immobile for long periods of time, as in recuperation from an injury, blood tends to pool in the calf area of the lower leg.

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Disease Control [CDC], 2017). Nearly 70% of these cases were preventable through the use of pharmacologic agents and/or mechanical compression devices, such as sequential compression devices (SCD). However, less than half of hospitalized patients receive VTE prophylaxis (CDC, 2017).

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use of a sequential compression device with calibrated gradient pressure, such as: A. Infections of the limb without appropriate antibiotic coverage B. Presence of Lymphangiosarcoma C. Congestive Heart Failure, unresolved D. Deep Vein Thrombosis, unresolved E. Inflammatory Phlebitis or during episodes of pulmonary embolism 3.

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Sequential Compression Devices to Reduce Deep Vein Thrombosis in the Adult Inpatient Population SEANA BENHAM, BSN, RN ... Present protocol and algorithm to Nursing Senate, Patient Safety and Quality, and Medical Executive Committee for ... LS 6.3 Sweetser Benham EBP VTE Reduction

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1356208

DVT outcome studies on foot compression have also been generally positive, and it would appear from one study to be as effective as graded-sequential calf compression. 35 Other investigations have compared foot compression to the use of heparin, aspirin, and compression stockings.

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Appropriate use of SCDs in outpatient surgery. I'm attempting to find research/protocols on the appropriateness of using sequential compression devices on outpatients in order to prevent deep vein thrombosis. The length of the surgery appears to be a deciding factor.