IV Insertion and Maintenance

Course Information

Course Code

IV500

Instruction Method

In Class

Fee

See below

Length

8:30am to 2:00pm

Instructor(s)

William Bisson, RN, CSP

Learner Outcomes

Develop your skills in IV insertion and maintenance. Lab time will prepare the practitioner with the basic principles required to start an intravenous. After successful completion of this workshop, the practitioner will develop proficiency in this skill with clinical experience in their institution.

Course Objectives

  • Introduction to the superficial anatomy of the upper extremities
  • Basic IV insertion and maintenance principles
  • Trouble shooting techniques

Evaluation Method

You will receive a Certificate of Completion after you pass a brief written exam and lab certification of practical skills.

Intended For

Healthcare practitioners who have exposure to patients with an existing intravenous or are required to start, manage and remove an intravenous as part of their skill set.


Note:

This course fills up very quickly. Do NOT wait until the deadline to register!

This course is approved for 5 Category “A” Credits with CAMRT.

Location

The Michener Institute, 222 St. Patrick Street, Toronto, ON

Prerequisites

Health Care Professional (RN, MLT, MRS, RT, RPN)

Text Book

Not required

IV Insertion and Maintenance (IV500) – Continuing Education

Courses

CodeCourse TitleFormatTuitionDate(s)Register ByAvailability
IV500-FL1IV Insertion and MaintenanceWorkshop$389.00Sep-22-2018 to Sep-22-2018Sep-10-2018Closed
IV500-WL1IV Insertion and MaintenanceWorkshop$389.00Jan-19-2019 to Jan-19-2019Jan-07-2019Open
IV500-SL1IV Insertion and MaintenanceWorkshop$389.00May-04-2019 to May-04-2019Apr-23-2019Open


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