Build on your knowledge in the healthcare field with our Intravenous Therapy course
Running an intravenous (IV) line has become close to a standard practice for hospitalized patients. Because it introduces a needle directly into the circulatory system, this method of administration is one of the quickest, most convenient ways to do things like replace fluids, correct electrolyte imbalances, transfuse blood, and deliver medication through either injection or infusion. But it can be a tricky and delicate process to get IV administration right, and healthcare professionals like registered nurses and licensed practical nurses often find that they benefit from a focused seminar that covers the ins and outs of IV therapy.
Students can get training that covers:
- Placing and managing IV lines and infusion kits
- Calculating and administering medication and fluids
- Managing complications and troubleshooting
About the Course
VCPD-36 | 12 hours | $250
With the Intravenous Therapy continuing education course from Vista College, students receive an introduction to the topic of IV therapy, geared toward healthcare professionals. Study materials focus on important procedures, uses, and regulations.
Prerequisites: An individual entering this seminar must provide documentation of completion from an accredited allied health program or work in a medical environment for 6 months.