IV antibiotics for the Management of Bronchiectasis in the Community – ICST

IV antibiotics for the Management of Bronchiectasis in the Community

The aim of this programme is to ensure that as many patients experiencing an exacerbation of their bronchiectasis, by the infective organism Pseudomonas aeruginosa, remain at home and receive antibiotics appropriate to their requirements. Check out the TV show and tutorials on the management of patients with bronchiectasis who are colonised with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the community. When you are ready, navigate to the assessment to achieve the certificate against the National Welsh Standard (NWS).


Step 1: Confirm presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Step 2: Assessment for clinical deterioration

Step 3: First line and second line treatment

Step 4: Prevent future exacerbations

Tobramycin dosing for use in non-CF bronchiectasis

Live event recording: Managing Bronchiectasis in the Community


All Wales Pathway for Managing Adult non CF Bronchiectasis Patients with Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Infection in the Community


Management of Bronchiectasis in the Community

45-minute case-based assessment

25 multiple choice questions

80% pass mark (20 out of 25)

Unlimited retakes

On successful completion, your certificate will appear under this tab.

Undertake Assessment

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