This Advanced IV Therapy will provide advanced clinical concepts and practice in areas of intravenous therapy such as vascular access device insertions and care, complete in fusion support, and clinical simulation on the latest technologies and techniques in IV Therapy.

After the 3-days program, the participants will be able to:
1. Review the basic theoretical techniques in IV Therapy that includes patient assessment, venous anatomy and infection control;
2. Practice insertion of IV catheters peripherally, care for and maintain peripheral IV lines;
3. Discuss the legal issues related to infusion therapy;
4. Identify the veins utilized for central lines;
5. Differentiates between midlines, midclavicular, peripherally inserted catheters (PICC);
6. Describe the use of short and long term central vascular access devices;
7. Assist in the insertion, care and removal of central lines and PICC lines.
8. Identify the protocols, infection control and standards of care relative to central catheters;
9. Demonstrate safe administration of the nutritional, fluid and electrolyte, and expander infusate utilizing appropriate techniques, admixtures and delivery system.

Program Accreditation No.: You may view CCNAPI’s PRC CPE Accreditation here.

SCHEDULE: (Dates are subject to change without prior notice.)
* May 25-27, 2010
* June 28-30, 2010
* July 29-31, 2010 July 29 – 30, 2010
* August 30- September 1, 2010
* October 21-23, 2010
* December 2-4, 2010
* November 24 – 26, 2010



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