Venous needle dislodgement (VND) and CVC disconnection (CVCD) are underreported life-threatening complications of hemodialysis.
Although a very rare occurrence, VND is minimised by focussed physiological assessment prior to haemodialysis and troubleshooting such alarms promptly.
FHEA MSc PG Cert HCP BSc CCN RN | Lecturer Practitioner | King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Roseline's educational research area is long term conditions with special interest in chronic kidney disease awareness especially among people of African and Afro-Caribbean Ancestry. Her publications have focused on vascular access longevity. Vascular access is the Achilles heel of haemodialysis as a renal replacement therapy.
Her role at King's College Hospital fosters the embedding of research into clinical care through Practice Development. She is involved in a number of Quality Improvement projects to deliver harm-free evidence based care to patients. She is intentional about developing an empowered, motivated, and sustainable renal workforce.
Project Manager, Learning Hub | King's Health Partners
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