Lice, Bed Bugs, and Scabies: I Feel Itchy!

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Differentiate types of lice, bed bugs, and scabies and learn the treatments of each

Have you ever cared for a patient in the ED who states that they are itchy but don't know why? Or maybe you've had a patient with a rash from an unknown origin? Lice, bed bugs, and scabies are considered parasites that attach to and feast on human blood. Patients may seek treatment in the ED for redness, a rash, itchiness, or even associated skin infections. While some patients may know the origin of their symptoms, many do not. As a nurse in the ED, you should be prepared to care for any and all of these patients!

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Agree to acknowledgement to continue. Have you ever cared for a patient in the ED who states that they are itchy but don't know why? Or maybe you've had a patient with a rash from an unknown origin? Lice, bed bugs, and scabies are considered parasites that attach to and feast on human blood. Patients may seek treatment in the ED for redness, a rash, itchiness, or even associated skin infections. While some patients may know the origin of their symptoms, many do not. As a nurse in the ED, you should be prepared to care for any and all of these patients!
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Begin self-paced component package. Have you ever cared for a patient in the ED who states that they are itchy but don't know why? Or maybe you've had a patient with a rash from an unknown origin? Lice, bed bugs, and scabies are considered parasites that attach to and feast on human blood. Patients may seek treatment in the ED for redness, a rash, itchiness, or even associated skin infections. While some patients may know the origin of their symptoms, many do not. As a nurse in the ED, you should be prepared to care for any and all of these patients!
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Lice, Bed Bugs, and Scabies: I Feel Itchy! Certificate
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available Lice, Bed Bugs, and Scabies: I Feel Itchy! Certificate
  • Compare and contrast various types of lice
  • Discuss treatment options for symptoms caused by lice, bed bugs, and/or scabies
  • Consider specific education to provide during discharge instruction for patients experiencing lice, bed bug, and/or scabies infestation

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hours

This course is - Clinical / Accredited

Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

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