Contact Hours : 1
Dog Bites in Children is organized by Nurse.com - OnCourse Learning Corporation.
Release Date: Feb 11, 2000
Expiration Date: Aug 30, 2020
This course has been approved for a maximum of 1.0 Contact Hours.
Each day in the U.S., about 1,000 people seek emergency care for dog bite injury. Injuries occur in a spectrum of severity from minor scratches and abrasions to major complicated wounds, such as deep open lacerations, puncture wounds, crush injuries, and tissue avulsions, some leading to death. Children are at especially high risk for sustaining dog bites. Nurses have the potential to provide and reinforce pivotal safety information to enhance the safety of children about dog bites. The ED and other healthcare settings, such as primary care offices, provide opportunities for perceptive nurses to teach dog owners how to avoid injury to themselves and their children.
Goal and Learning Outcomes :
The goal of this dog bites in children continuing education program is to update personal and clinical knowledge of dog bite injuries and their management.
After studying the information presented here, you will be able to:
• Identify ways to prevent being bitten by a dog
• Describe medical management of a dog bite injury
• Discuss the risks of an exposure to rabies
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
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