Please Note: Students must be a RN or RPN or eligible for RN or RPN licensure in Ontario, or a Regulated Health Professional
This 8 hour workshop consists ofclassroom and laboratory. The course includes the anatomical location of veins commonly used in IV access; common sites used; physiological significance of IV infusion and electrolytes; and recognizing complications of IV infusions. Participants are given ample time to practice the skills of IV initiation and venipuncture.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
1. Locate the veins used in IV access and venipuncture
2. Understand the physiological implications of IV therapy and electrolytes balance.
3. Assess and describe the different clinical manifestations of IV infiltration, infection and other complications of IV infusion and be able to take appropriate course of action
4. Establish IV infusion
5. DiscontinueIV infusion.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE CONSIDERATIONS:
Nurses have a professional responsibility to provide quality care and maintenance of peripheral IV therapy in their clinical setting. Evidence based theoretical and practical knowledge enable safe practice while maintaining practical competency and practice in accordance with facility policy and procedure ensures adherence to College of Nurses of Ontario’s (CNO) Standards of Care (under the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, Scope of Practice, Controlled Acts Model ). The nurse provides the patient receiving IV therapy/venipuncture with the necessary education to recognize signs and symptoms and potential complications related to treatment; ongoing documentation of the initiation, care, maintenance and discontinuation of IV therapy/venipuncture is also a required component of treatment as per CNO Professional Practice Standards Documentation, revised 2008.
Course Fee: $250.00 including workbook and materials
Date: Wednesday March 22, 2017 (Course Full)
COURSES ADDED: Friday March 31, 2017 (Course Full)
Wednesday April 19, 2017 (Registration Open)
Location: HCPT College, 25 Lesmill Road, Unit #3, Toronto
Time: 09:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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