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Class Name: IV Blood Workshop:April 25, 2023 IV Blood Workshop
Number of Slots: 16
Description: This one-day workshop provides information on intravenous therapy, venipuncture, venous access devices (VADs), a review of lab processing, and blood administration. Prior to attendance, the participant prepares by completing the required CRN or PCT Pre-Workshop Activity.
Contact Hours: 0
Special Comments: Pre-Workshop activities will be made available in the Absorb LMS system
Target Audience: Clinical research nurses who are drawing blood, caring for venous access devices, or administering blood products. Patient care technicians who are drawing blood.
Course Objectives: Following attendance of the IV/Blood Workshop, the participant will be able to: • Describe the rationale for vein selection and site preparation for a venipuncture, to obtain blood. specimens, initiate intravenous therapy or start a saline lock • Identify resources to assist with the blood collection and transmittal process. • Differentiate between the various types of equipment used to obtain blood specimens and initiate intravenous therapy or a saline lock. • Describe the nursing management of a patient receiving intravenous therapy. • Differentiate between the types and locations of central venous access devices. • Describe the nursing management for intravenous therapy complications. • Describe the indications for transfusing whole blood, packed red blood cells, plasma, and cryoprecipitate. • Describe the nursing management of the patient receiving blood components. • Identify the steps for administration of blood components. • Compare and contrast acute and delayed transfusion reactions. • Describe the nursing management of an acute and delayed transfusion reaction.
Tue Apr 25, 23 08:00 AM
NIH Clinical Center:B1C211 (FAES# 1)
Class Type: In-person
|Tuesday April 25, 2023||08:00 AM - 04:30 PM||NIH Clinical Center:B1C211 (FAES# 1)|