Basic Peripheral IV Therapy

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Target Audience

RNs and LPNs

Description

This workshop is designed to provide instruction and/ or a refresher course for the RN or LPN delivering care to patients receiving peripheral intravenous therapy. Content includes North Carolina rules and regulations, guidelines and resources for standards of care, complication management, assessment and clinical skills techniques, equipment, documentation guidelines, calculation of flow rates, and securement of the site.

Speaker
Dana Mangum, DNP, RN

Dana Mangum is a Charlotte native. She has been a nurse for over 20 years, nursing is a second career for her. She has taught in a variety of clinical areas, her nursing specialty is Maternal / Neonatal Health. After 19 years with Carolinas Healthcare System and Carolinas College of Health Sciences, she joined Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens University in the fall of 2016 as a full time Assistant Professor. At Queens Dana teaches both in the classroom and online to undergraduate and graduate students.
She earned her Bachelor Degree in Nursing from Queens University, her Master's Degree in Nursing Education from East Carolina University, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Gardner-Webb University.
She been married to my best friend for 34 years, together they have three grown children. She currently has two fur babies (dogs): a West Highland terrier (Bailey) and a Miniature Yorkie (Baby Bridgette). She loves going to the beach, traveling, shopping, and fun yard work (like planting flowers).

Learning Outcome
This workshop provides an overview of information to manage and provide care to patients receiving peripheral intravenous therapy and practice skills to assess and start IV.

Objectives

  • Locate Policy and Procedure for intravenous catheter insertion and therapy.
  • Select the appropriate supplies and equipment for initiating or discontinuing intravenous catheter therapy
  • Identify proper anatomical locations and catheter size for intravenous catheter insertion and therapy.
  • Demonstrate the procedure for intravenous catheter insertion.
  • Describe the procedural steps for changing intravenous solutions and intravenous tubing.
  • Describe and demonstrate how to convert a saline lock to an intravenous catheter infusion.
  • Discuss assessment and appropriate interventions for complications related to intravenous catheter site or infusion therapy.
  • Describe how to discontinue or convert an intravenous catheter infusion to a saline lock.
  • Differentiate common usage for isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic intravenous solutions.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of dosage calculation to determine intravenous flow rates.
  • Identify terms and abbreviations specific to intravenous catheter therapy.
  • Document intravenous catheter therapy appropriately.

Contact

Rachel Ford, CHES

Sessions

May 15, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Status
Open
Presenter(s)
Dana R Mangum, DNP
Date(s)
May 15, 2019
Time
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Check-In Time
8:00 AM
Credit
6.00 - Contact Hours
6.00 - CNE Contact Hours
Location
Charlotte AHEC
Room
Classroom 17/18
Details
Status
Open
Date(s)
May 15, 2019
Time
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location
Charlotte AHEC
Room
Classroom 17/18
Fees
$130.00
Registation; Light Breakfast & Lunch Provided
Credits
6.00
CNE Contact Hours
6.00
Contact Hours