Procedures

 

Over 300 Procedures Compiled by the Nation's Top Home Health and Hospice Clinicians.

Section 1: Cardiovascular

1.01 Assessment: Blood Pressure
  • BP by palpation
  • Lower extremity BP
  • Orthostatic hypotension
1.02 Assessment: Edema
  • Edema scale
  • Heart failure
1.03 Assessment: Pulses
  • Apical
  • Radial
  • Femoral
  • Pedal
  • Lower extremity
1.04 Assessment: Weight
  • Heart failure
  • Daily record
Section 2: Endocrine System

2.01 Assessment: Diabetic Foot
  • Diabetic Foot Screening Tool
  • Monofilament testing
  • Patient education
2.02 Assessment: Patient with Diabetes
  • Admission
  • BPIP package
  • Routine visit
  • Patient education
2.03 Blood Glucose Testing
  • Patient education
Section 3: Gastrointestinal

3.01 Bowel Program
  • Constipation
  • Bowel regime
  • Opioid therapy
3.02 Enemas
  • Cleansing
  • Oil retention
  • Soap suds
  • Stimulant
3.03 Fecal Impaction Removal
  • Digital removal
3.04 Ostomy: Appliance Application
  • Colostomy
  • Ileostomy
3.05 Ostomy: Colostomy Irrigation

3.06 Ostomy: Mucous Fistula Care
  • Double-barrel colostomy
3.07 Tubes: Biliary Tube
  • Flushing
  • Dressing change
3.08 Tubes: Enteral Feeding
  • Bolus
  • Continuous
  • Flushing
  • Medication administration
  • Residual check
3.09 Tubes: Gastrostomy Tube
  • G-tube
  • J-tube
  • Site care
  • Reinsertion
3.10 Tubes: Nasogastric Tube
  • Removal
Section 4: Genitourinary

4.01 Assessment: Sexuality
  • Patient education resource
4.02 Assessment: Post-Void Urine Volume
  • Retention
  • Post-void residual
  • Bladder scanner
  • Straight catheterization
4.03 Bladder: Continuous Irrigation
  • 3-way catheter
4.04 Bladder: Medication Instillation

4.05 Catheter: External: Female
  • External catheter collection system
  • Female urinary pouch
4.06 Catheter: External: Male
  • External catheter collection system
  • Condom catheter
  • Penile sheath
  • Texas catheter
  • Retracted penis pouch
4.07 Catheter: Indwelling: Care
  • Perineal care
  • Catheter securement
  • Change bags
  • Bag cleaning
  • Maintain closed system
  • Empty bag
  • Prevent UTI
4.08 Catheter: Indwelling: Insertion: Female

4.09 Catheter: Indwelling: Insertion: Male

4.10 Catheter: Indwelling: Irrigation

4.11 Catheter: Indwelling: Removal
  • Pre-removal clamping
4.12 Catheter: Indwelling: Specimen Collection
  • Collection of culture & sensitivity
  • Routine urine analysis
4.13 Catheter: Indwelling: Suprapubic Cystostomy

4.14 Catheter: Intermittent: Self Catheterization
  • Clean technique
  • Patient teaching
  • Female catheterization
  • UTI prevention
4.15 Catheter: Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Tenkhoff catheter
4.16 Catheter: Troubleshooting
  • Bladder spasms
  • Encrustations
  • Leaking
  • Obstruction
  • Occlusion
  • UTI prevention
4.17 Incontinence: Bladder Training
  • Urge incontinence
  • Timed voiding
  • Bladder retraining
  • Patient education
4.18 Incontinence: Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises
  • Stress incontinence
  • Overactive bladder
  • Knack squeezes
  • PFM exercises
  • Kegel exercises
  • Patient education
4.19 Incontinence: Pessary
  • Prolapse
  • Insertion
  • Cleaning
4.20 Nephrostomy
  • Dressing
  • Irrigation
  • Occlusion
  • Site care
  • Patient education
4.21 Ostomy: Urostomy: Continent
  • Catheterization
  • Cleaning catheters
  • Irrigation
  • Kock pouch
  • Indiana pouch
  • Continent diversion
  • Patient education
4.22 Ostomy: Urostomy: Incontinent
  • Ureterostomy
  • Transureterostomy
  • Ileal conduit
  • Appliance change
  • Patient education
4.23 Ostomy: Specimen Collection
  • Sterile catheterization
  • Section 5: Hospice/Palliative Care
5.01 Defibrillator Deactivation

Automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (AICD)
5.02 Symptom Management: Anorexia/Dehydration

Patient education
End-of-life
5.03 Symptom Management: Catastrophic Bleed

5.04 Symptom Management: Constipation

5.05 Symptom Management: Delirium

5.06 Symptom Management: Dyspnea

Respiratory Distress Observation scale
5.07 Symptom Management: Nausea & Vomiting

5.08 Symptom Management: Palliative Wound Care

5.09 Symptom Management: Severe Cancer Pain

Opioid titration
Equianalgesic dosing
5.10 Symptom Management: Total Pain

Psychosocial suffering
Spiritual suffering
Section 6: Immune System
6.01 Temperature

Oral
Axillary
Rectal
Tympanic
Temporal
Section 7: Infection Control
7.01 Agency Program

Prevention
Control
7.02 Agency Program: Infection Surveillance

7.03 Agency Program: Risk Assessment

Occupational health
7.04 Bag Technique

Laptop computers
7.05 Blood Spill

Broken glass
Disinfection
7.06 Clean & Sterile Technique

No-touch technique
7.07 Cleaning & Disinfecting Equipment

Disinfection levels
7.08 Hand Hygiene

Hand disinfection rubs
Hand washing
7.09 Infested & Unsanitary Homes

Fleas
Cockroaches
Plumbing
7.10 Organisms: Bedbugs

Patient education
7.11 Organisms: Clostridium difficile

Patient education
7.12 Organisms: Lice, Body/Pubic

7.13 Organisms: Lice, Head

7.14 Organisms: Multi-drug Resistant Organisms

MRSA
VRE
VISA
VRSA
7.15 Organisms: Scabies

7.16 Organisms: Tuberculosis

7.17 Standard Precautions

Respiratory
PPE
Sharps
Donning & doffing PPE
7.18 Transmission Precautions

Airborne
Droplet
Contact
7.19 Visit-Generated Waste

EPA
Medical
Sharps
Patient education
Section 8: Infusion Therapy
8.01 Anaphylaxis & First Dose Procedure

Anaphylaxis kit
Epinephrine
Medication administration
8.02 Central Line: Blood Specimens

Collection
8.03 Central Line: Occlusion & TPA

Alteplase
8.04 Central Line: Repair

8.05 Central Line Type: Implanted Port

Accessing
Flushing
Medication administration
8.06 Central Line Type: Non-Tunneled

Assessment
Site care
Dressing change
Flushing
Medication administration
Removal
8.07 Central Line Type: PICC

Assessment
Site care
Dressing change
Flushing
Connector change
Removal
8.08 Central Line Type: Tunneled

Assessment
Site care
Dressing change
Flushing
Connector change
8.09 Epidural & Intrathecal Lines

Dressing change
Port change
Medication administration
8.10 Factor Administration

Clotting factors
Bleeding disorder
8.11 Hemodialysis Line

Dual-lumen flush
8.12 Infiltration & Extravasation

Infusion complications
Vesicant administration
8.13 Infusion: Medication Administration

Assessment
Set-up
Infusion pump
SASH flushing
8.14 Infusion: Patient Controlled Analgesia

Infusion pump
PCA pump
Set-up
Monitoring
Opioid therapy
8.15 Infusion: TPN

Lipid infusion
Add medications
Set-up
Take-down
8.16 Med: Chemotherapeutic Agents

Peripheral vein
Central line
Implanted port
8.17 Med: Immunoglobulin

IgG
Anaphylactic reaction
8.18 Med: Inotropic

Dobutamine
Milrinone
8.19 Mid Line Catheter

Insertion
Site care
Dressing change
Connector change
Management
Complications
Removal
8.20 Peripheral Line:

Site selection
Insertion
Site care
Flushing
Complications
Removal
8.21 Regional Anesthesia Pump

Q-pump
Elastomer ball
Monitoring effectiveness
8.22 Subcutaneous Infusion: Hypodermoclysis

Dehydration
Site rotation
8.23 Subcutaneous Infusion: Initiation and Maintenance

Site selection
Site rotation
Insertion
Section 9: Labs and Specimens
9.01 Blood: Capillary Specimen

Fingerstick
Capillary tubes
Micro-tubes
9.02 Blood: Culture

Syringe method
Adapter method
9.03 Blood: Venipuncture

Vacutainer method
Syringe method
Blood tube sequence
9.04 CLIA Waived Testing

9.05 Nose/Throat

MRSA screening
Strep testing
9.06 PT/INR Point-of-Care Testing

9.07 Requisitions & Transportation

Specimen labeling
9.08 Sputum

Culture
Pneumonia
Tuberculosis
9.09 Stool

Occult blood
Culture
Parasites
C-difficile
9.10 Urine

Routine
Culture and sensitivity
9.11 Vaginal

9.12 Wound Culture

Z-stroke
Levine
Section 10: Lymphatic System
10.01 Intermittent Pneumatic Compression

Pneumatic pump
DVT
10.02 Lymphedema Care

Assessment
Patient teaching
Z-stroke
Levine
Section 11: Maternal and Newborn
11.01 Antepartum: Fetal Movement Counts

Baby's Activity Record
Fetal kicks
11.02 Antepartum: Fetal Heart Rate

Doppler
11.03 Antepartum: Gestational Diabetes

Hyperglycemia
11.04 Antepartum: Homecare of a Woman with Pregnancy Induced Hypertension

11.05 Antepartum: Hyperemesis Gravidarum

11.06 Antepartum: Preterm Labor

Bedrest
Premature labor
11.07 Antepartum: Screening for Psychosocial Risks

Child abuse and neglect
Domestic violence postpartum depression
Edinburgh Scale
11.08 Newborn: Assessment

Length, Weight, Head circumference
Height and weight charts
11.09 Newborn: Bathing and Skin Care

Circumcision care
Umbilicus care
Cradle cap
Diaper rash
11.10 Newborn: Bottle-Feeding

Formula preparation
Cleaning bottles and nipples
Feeding positions
11.11 Newborn: Breast-Feeding

Breastfeeding positions
Latch-on
On-demand feedings
Patient education
11.12 Newborn: Jaundice and Hyperbilirubinemia

Fiberoptic blanket
Phototherapy
Serum bilirubin
11.13 Newborn: Safety Education

Abusive head trauma prevention
Burn prevention
Car safety
Choking & suffocation prevention
Fall prevention
Infection prevention
Immunization schedule
Lead poisoning prevention
Positive parenting techniques
Smoke free environment
Patient education
11.14 Postpartum: Assessment and Teaching

Perineal care
Sitz bath
11.15 Postpartum: Breast Care and Problems

Breast hygiene
Cracked sore nipples
Engorgement
Mastitis
Plugged duct
Mild production inhibition
milk production promotion
11.16 Postpartum: Breast Pumping

Manual expression
Milk storage
Types of breast pumps
Section 12: Medications
12.01 Administration

"6 rights"
Abbreviations-to-avoid list
Error prevention
Online drug resources
12.02 Assessment

Comprehensive review
Routine visit review
Modified Morisky Scale
Patient education
12.03 Disposal

EPA
FDA
Opioids
Patches
Patient education
12.04 Errors

Prevention Incident reporting
12.05 Orders & Documentation

Abbreviations-to-avoid list
Medication profile
12.06 Reconciliation

Transitions-of-care
12.07 Route: Ear

12.08 Route: Enteral

G-tube
J-tube
Compatibility
12.09 Route: Eye

12.10 Route: Injections

Intradermal
Intramuscular
Subcutaneous
Ampoules
Vials
12.11 Route: Intravenous Push

Furosemide
Heart failure
IV push
12.12 Route: Oral

Buccal
Sublingual
Pill
Powder
Liquids
Do-not-crush list
12.13 Route: Rectal & Vaginal

Suppository
Foams
Jellies
Irrigation
12.14 Route: Topical

Nitroglycerin
Transdermal patches
Lotion
Ointment
Powder
Spray
Section 13: Mental Health
13.01 Anxiety: Assessment & Management

GAD-7
SUDS
13.02 Dementia: Basic Assessment

Mini-Cog Tool
13.03 Dementia: Assessment & Management of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms

Agitation
Aggression
Delusions
Sleep disturbance
Wandering
HABC-M tool
Patient education
13.04 Depression: Assessment & Management

PHQ-9
GDS-15
Action Plan for Depression
Patient education
Section 14: Mobility and Transfers
14.01 Ambulation: Cane

14.02 Ambulation: Crutches

14.03 Ambulation: Walker

14.04 Bed Mobility

Moving up in bed
Moving side-to-side
14.05 Gait/Transfer Belt

Ambulation
Transfers
14.06 Transfer: Manual Lift

Bed-to-chair
Chair-to-bed
14.07 Transfer: Mechanical Lift

Hoyer lift
Types of lifts
14.08 Transfer: Side-to-Side

Sliding board
Bed-to-chair
Chair-to-chair
Chair-to-car
14.09 Transfer: Stand-Pivot

Bed-to-chair
Chair-to-car
Section 15: Musculoskeletal
15.01 Amputation: Residual Limb Care

Skin care
Stump wrapping
Stump shrinker
Transfemoral amputation
Transtibial amputation
15.02 Assessment: Gross Muscle Testing
Hold-resist test
Continuous-resistance test
Active-movement test
15.03 Assessment: Posture

Plumb-line alignment
Limb assessment
Patient teaching
Kyphosis
Osteoporosis
Patient teaching
15.04 Cast Care

15.05 Compression Fractures Precautions and Care

15.06 Continuous Passive Motion Machine (CPM)

Knee surgery
15.07 Exercises: Balance

Stability
Functional activity
15.08 Exercises: Range of Motion: Assisted Active

15.09 Exercises: Range of Motion: Passive

Exercise illustrations
15.10 Exercises: Resistive

15.11 Exercises: Stretching

Active
Passive
15.12 Exercises: Weight-Bearing

15.13 Joint Precautions

Post-joint replacement surgery
Anterior total hip
Posterior total hip
Total shoulder
Weight-bearing
Arthritic joint guarding
15.14 Spinal Precautions

Post-surgical
Metastases
Osteoporosis
Section 16: Neurological
16.01 Assessment: Neurologic

Mental status
Cranial nerves
Motor and sensory examination
Stroke assessment
16.02 Assessment: Vision

Snellen test
16.03 Eye Irrigation

16.04 Precautions: Aspiration

Dysphagia
Dysphagia diet types
Swallowing/feeding strategies
16.05 Precautions: Seizure

Seizure management
Section 17: Nutrition
17.01 Assessment: Hydration

Dehydration
Monitoring fluid intake
17.02 Assessment: Nutrition

DETERMINE screening tool
BMI calculator
17.03 Carbohydrate Counting

Diabetes
Food label
Patient education
17.04 COPD Diet

High-fat high-calorie diet
Meal-planning/eating tips
Patient education
17.05 High Fiber Diet

Constipation
Diabetes
Food label
High-fiber foods
Patient education
17.06 Kidney Disease Diet

Renal diet
Types of diets/stage
Low protein diet
Low phosphorus diet
Low potassium diet
Patient education
17.07 Low Fat/Cholesterol Diet

Cardiac diet
Heart healthy diet
Saturated fat foods
Trans fat foods
Monounsaturated fat foods
Polyunsaturated fat foods
Food label
Patient education
17.08 Low Purine Diet

Uric acid
Gout
Kidney stones
Foods high in purines
Patient education
17.09 Low Sodium

Cardiac diet
Food label
Heart healthy diet
High sodium foods
Low sodium foods
Patient education
17.10 MyPlate Method

Balanced diet
Healthy diet
Diabetes
Hyperlipidemia
Weight reduction diet
17.11 Weight Reduction Diet

BMI calculator
Goal setting
Food label
Patient education
17.12 Wound Healing Diet

Arginine
Protein
Vitamin C
Zinc
Patient education
Section 18: Pain Management
18.01 Assessment: Screening & Comprehensive Assessment

FACES-Revised scale
DOD/VA Patient Rating Scale
Wong-Baker Scale
PAINAD scale
18.02 Complimentary Therapies: Breathing & Relaxation Exercises

18.03 Complimentary Therapy: Guided Imagery & Visualization

18.04 Management with Medications

Mild pain
Moderate pain
Severe pain
Opioid principles
Bone pain
Nerve pain
Equianalgesic dosing
18.05 Management of Chronic Pain

18.06 Management of Older Adult Patients with Pain

Section 19: Patient Education
19.01 Assessment of Learning Needs

Health literacy assessment
Learner
Prioritizing
Importance/Confidence Ruler
Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Efficacy Tool
19.02 Goal Setting

Short term goals
Long term goals
SMART goals
My Action Plan
19.03 Health Coaching

Importance/Confidence Ruler
Motivational Interviewing Tool
My Action Plan
Stages of Change
19.04 Teaching and Evaluation of Learning

Teach-back method
Return demonstration
Behavior diaries and charts
Zone tools
19.05 Topic: Advanced Directives

Starting the conversation
19.06 Topic: Personal Health Record

My Personal Health Record tools
Section 20: Pediatrics
20.01 Assessment: Blood Pressure

Aneroid sphygmomanometer
Electronic oscillometric device
20.02 Assessment: Pain

Wong-Baker Faces Scale
Faces Pain Scale-Revised
FLACC Scale-Revised
20.03 Assessment: Temperature

Types of devices
Oral
Rectal
Axillary
Ear
Temporal artery
20.04 Gastrointestinal: Enteral Feeding

20.05 Gastrointestinal: Gastrostomy/Jejunostomy Tubes

Insertion
check placement
MIC-KEY
20.06 Gastrointestinal: Nasogastric tube

Insertion
Precautions
20.07 Medication: Calculation

Milligram/kilogram dosing
20.08 Medication: Diastat

Seizures
Patient education
20.09 Medication: Synagis

Palivizumab
RSV
Respiratory syncytial virus
20.10 Musculoskeletal: Orthoses

Application
Cleaning
Braces
Slings
Splints
20.11 Respiratory: Diaphragmatic/Phrenic Nerve Stimulation

Diaphragmatic pacemaker
Breathing pacemaker
20.12 Respiratory: High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation

Chest vest
20.13 Respiratory: Chest Therapy: Mechanical Insufflation-Exsufflation Device

Cough assist
Cough-a-lator
20.14 Respiratory: Chest Therapy: Percussion and Postural Drainage

20.15 Respiratory: Suctioning: Naso-oropharyngeal

Bulb syringe
Yankauer-tipped catheter
20.16 Respiratory: Tracheostomy Suctioning

20.17 Respiratory: Tracheostomy Care and Tie Change

Twill tape
Velcro ties
20.18 Respiratory: Tracheostomy Tube Change

Accidental dislodgement
Trouble-shooting trach change problems
Section 21: Personal Care
21.01 Bathing: Bed Bath

21.02 Bathing: Sink/Basin

21.03 Bathing: Shower

21.04 Comfort: Back Rub

21.05 Comfort: Positioning

Contracture/ulcer prevention
Supine
Lateral
Prone
Sitting
21.06 Comfort: Sitz Bath

21.07 Comfort: Skin Care

Ulcer prevention
After bath/toileting/transferring
21.08 Dressing: Clothes

21.09 Dressing: Orthotic Devices and Prostheses

Splint
Brace
21.10 Eating: Feeding

21.11 Grooming: Hand, Foot and Nail Care

21.12 Grooming: Oral Hygiene

Dentures
21.13 Grooming: Shampooing

21.14 Grooming: Shaving

21.15 IADL: Changing Occupied Bed

21.16 Toileting: Bed Pan and Urinal

Section 22: Preventative Care and Immunization
22.01 Biometric Screening Clinic

BMI
Cholesterol testing
Glucose testing
BP check
22.02 Immunization Schedule for Adults

22.03 Vaccine: Influenza: Home

Types of vaccines
CDC VIS
22.04 Vaccine: Influenza: Flu Clinic

Clinic set-up
Transporting & handling vaccine
22.05 Vaccine: Pneumonia

CDC VIS
22.06 Vaccine: Shingles

22.07 Vaccine: Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis

Section 23: Respiratory System
23.01 Breathing & Coughing Techniques

Pursed lip
Diaphragmatic
Huff
S.O.S. for SOB
Patient education
23.02 Chest Physical Therapy

Postural drainage
Percussion
Vibration
23.03 Chest Tube: One Way Valve

Heimlich
Dressing change
Patient education
23.04 Chest Tube: Pleural Catheter

Drainage procedure
Dressing change
Site care
23.05 Cleaning/Disinfecting Respiratory Devices/Equipment

Inhalers
Spacers
Nebulizers
23.06 Device: Incentive Spirometer

23.07 Device: Metered Dose Inhaler

Spacer
Patient teaching
23.08 Device: Nebulizer

23.09 Device: Peak Flow Meter

Asthma
Zone tool
23.10 Oxygen Therapy

Nasal cannula
Mask
Non-rebreathing mask
Tracheostomy collar
Canisters
Concentrators
Safety
23.11 Pulse Oximeter

Oxygen saturation
23.12 Tracheostomy: Routine & Emergency Care

Accidental extubation
Inner cannula cleaning
Change trach ties/securement device
Site care
Dressing change
Outer cannula change
Cuffed tubes
Fenestrated tubes
Heat/moisture exchangers
Speaking valves
23.13 Tracheostomy: Suctioning

23.14 Ventilator-Dependent Patient

Section 24: Safety
24.01 Abuse and Neglect Assessment

Child abuse/neglect
Domestic abuse
Elder abuse/neglect
Identification
Prevention
24.02 Body Mechanics

Injury prevention
Application of anti-embolism stockings
Turning/bathing patient
Transferring patient
24.03 Communication with Physicians: Parameters

Parameters for:
Temperature
Pulse
Respirations
Blood pressure
Pain
SaO2%
Fasting blood glucose
Random blood glucose
INR
Weight in heart failure
24.04 Communication with Physician: SBAR

Script
Template
24.05 Death (Unexpected) In the Home

24.06 Fall Risk Assessment

MAHC-10
Berg balance test
Tinetti balance test
Home Safety Assessment
GEM assessment
24.07 Fall Risk Management

Falls and vision loss
Healthy moves for aging Well
Fall prevention medication review
Orthostatic hypotension
Patient education
24.08 Fire & Burn Prevention

Fire Prevention and Safety Checklist
Patient education
24.09 Linguistically and Culturally Appropriate Care

Interpretation resources
Patient-centered care
24.10 Latex Allergy

Patient with latex allergy
Prevention of latex allergy
24.11 Oxygen Safety

Fire prevention
Patient education
24.12 Pet Problems

Clinician safety
24.13 Restraints

Alternatives
Caregiver education
24.14 Safe Patient Handling

Assistive devices
Clinician injury prevention
Prevention of musculoskeletal injuries
24.15 Visit Safety

Violent patient/caregiver
Unsafe neighborhood
Recognizing potential for violence
Section 25: Skin and Wound Care System
25.01 Assessment: Pressure Ulcer Risk/Prevention

Braden Scale
Prevention Protocols by Risk
25.02 Assessment: Wound

Dimensions
Characteristics
Contributing factors
25.03 Debridement: Autolytic and Enzymatic

Scoring
25.04 Debridement: Conservative Sharp

25.05 Debridement: Silver Nitrate

25.06 Drains: Interventional Radiology

25.07 Drains: Surgical

Jackson-Pratt
Hemovac
25.08 Wound Care: Cleansing & Irrigation

25.09 Wound Care: Dressing Application

25.10 Wound Care: Packing

25.11 Wound Care: Solutions: Home Preparation

Normal saline
Dakin's
Acetic acid
25.12 Wound Care: Transparent Film

25.13 Wound Closures: Staples, Sutures and Steri-Strips

25.14 Wound Device: Montgomery Straps

25.15 Wound Device: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Wound VAC
25.16 Wound Device: Pin-Care/External Fixators

25.17 Wound Device: Pouch for Drainage

25.18 Wound Type: Pressure Ulcer: Deep Tissue Injury

25.19 Wound Type: Pressure Ulcer: Stage I

25.20 Wound Type: Pressure Ulcer: Stage II

25.21 Wound Type: Pressure Ulcer: Stage III & IV

25.22 Wound Type: Pressure Ulcer: Unstageable

25.23 Wound Type: Skin Tears

25.24 Wound Type: Stasis Ulcers: Ankle Brachial Index

25.25 Wound Type: Stasis Ulcers: Multilayered Compression Bandage System

25.26 Wound Type: Stasis Ulcers: Unna Boot Compression Dressing

25.27 Wound Type: Surgical Wound

Section 26: Telehealth Technology
26.01 Assessment: Patient/Home Appropriateness

26.02 Equipment: Installation

26.03 Equipment: Inventory and Management

26.04 Equipment: Post Use

Cleaning
Tracking
26.05 Patient Visits: In Home

26.06 Patient Visits: Remote

26.07 Physician Orders and Communication