Reply To: Thiotepa and Hibicleans dressing kits

  • Carie Murphy

    March 10, 2022 at 2:32 pm
    Our protocol is to use only water to cleanse the skin and use sterile water and gauze to clean around any central line, dry and place sterile gauze if needed and a loose gauze wrap if needed for small children who will not leave their line alone.  

    Carie Murphy, MSN, RN, CPON

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    Original Message:
    Sent: 3/10/2022 2:10:00 PM
    From: Theresa Decker
    Subject: Thiotepa and Hibicleans dressing kits

    Hello all, 
    We typically do thiotepa baths every 6 hours for 48 post thiotepa, and with that we use hibicleans and a gauze dressing. Has anyone run into the issue of a patient being allergic to CHG and not tolerating the hibicleans soap? If so, what do you use instead?


    Theresa Decker BSN, RN, CPHON
    Education Coordinator Hem/Onc/BMT
    Children’s Mercy Kansas City