Infusion Therapy Institute

Infusion Therapy Institute

On-site hands-on IV therapy training experts

Welcome

Infusion Therapy Institute is an education company established by expert infusion nurses to provide vascular access and intravenous therapy related education and hands-on training for healthcare professionals in all healthcare settings. We offer basic and advanced education and training in all aspects of infusion therapy. Education programs consist of didactic sessions, visual aids, demonstrations and practice sessions. Since 2003, physicians, dentists, naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, APNs,...

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Infusion Therapy Institute is an education company established by expert infusion nurses to provide vascular access and intravenous therapy related education and hands-on training for healthcare professionals in all healthcare settings. We offer basic and advanced education and training in all aspects of infusion therapy. Education programs consist of didactic sessions, visual aids, demonstrations and practice sessions. Since 2003, physicians, dentists, naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, APNs, radiology technologists, RNs, LPNs, medical assistants, dental assistants, medical students and nursing students have attended our training programs. 

Training programs are developed and updated according the infusion therapy standards of practice and the CDC guidelines for catheter related blood stream infection prevention.  Certificates of completion are provided upon completion of each training program.   RNs and LPNs may apply CE contact hours for nursing license renewals.

Small group, interactive classes are scheduled at various locations throughout the USA. Customized on-site programs are tailored to fit each organization’s needs, clinicians’ knowledge and skills. Competency assessment and skill validations may be arranged as a part of customized on-site private training.  

CONTACT
960 Rand Road, Suite 225
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Phone: 847-376-8256
OFFICERS

Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

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  • Intravenous Therapy Refresher Program Date: July 17, 2018: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    This one day hands-on training is designed for clinicians who wish to gain competence and confidence to insert peripheral IV catheters and be proficientlearn in managing PIV, PICC and midline catheters.

    Blood flashback location, catheter advancement, and needle retraction vary between catheter manufacturers. Attendees who wish to enhance skills with the same brand of ca...

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    This one day hands-on training is designed for clinicians who wish to gain competence and confidence to insert peripheral IV catheters and be proficientlearn in managing PIV, PICC and midline catheters.

    Blood flashback location, catheter advancement, and needle retraction vary between catheter manufacturers. Attendees who wish to enhance skills with the same brand of catheter used at their facility may bring a few catheters to class.

    Who should attend the IV Refresher Program?
    Nurses in acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities who wish to improve peripheral catheter insertion skills
    Clinicians longing to learn PICC and midline care and maintenance
    RNs re-entering the workforce
    Radiology and respiratory technicians required to perform IV therapy procedures
    Program Outline:
    Review vascular access device (VAD) selection guidelines
    Differences between peripheral catheter, midline, and central vascular access devices
    Describe pH and osmolarity of infusates, irritant, and vesicant medications
    Venous anatomy and peripheral catheter insertion site selection
    Methods to palpate and locate veins
    Peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting technique
    Prevention and management of PIV related complications
    Vascular access devices flushing and locking protocols
    VAD assessment guidelines
    PICC and Midline dressing change procedure
    Removing PICC and Midline Catheters
    Documentation guidelines
    Practice Session:
    Attendees practice to palpate, locate and identify veins on each other and then practice peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques on an advanced venipuncture training aid.

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  • Intravenous Therapy Training for Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (Medical & Dental Assistants) Date: June 25, 2018: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    Medical and dental assistants (unlicensed assistive personnel / UAP) can place IVs as delegated by a physician / dentist, except those states where it is specifically prohibited. This course will prepare UAPs to prepare, initiate, monitor and discontinue IV fluids as delegated by a licensed independent practitioner or registered nurse.

    However, documented education, tra...

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    Medical and dental assistants (unlicensed assistive personnel / UAP) can place IVs as delegated by a physician / dentist, except those states where it is specifically prohibited. This course will prepare UAPs to prepare, initiate, monitor and discontinue IV fluids as delegated by a licensed independent practitioner or registered nurse.

    However, documented education, training and competency validations are required prior to delegating IV therapy tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP).

    This 1-day hands-on training program is developed according to the regulations, infusion therapy standards of practice and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to prevent catheter related blood stream infection.

    Certificate of completion and skills validation are provided for attendees who successfully complete the program. Competency assessment may be provided by the attendee’s facility, according to the facility’s policy and procedures.

    PLEASE NOTE: Regulations for dental assistants, medical assistants and unlicensed assistive personnel performing IV procedures vary state by state. Please be aware of the medical and dental board regulations for your state.

    According to the infusion therapy standards of practice, no tasks related to vascular access device insertion, care, maintenance and administration of any type of IV fluids shall be delegated to nursing assistive personnel (NAP).

    On-Site Consultation and Training:
    We provide consultations, customized on-site training and precepting to initiate infusion therapy programs. We will research your state’s regulations, prepare infusion therapy policies and procedures and train your staff. Contact us to discuss your needs

    Who should attend this training program?
    Medical Assistants
    Certified Dental Assistants
    Respiratory technologists
    Radiology technologists
    Allied healthcare professionals who are required to insert, maintain and remove peripheral catheters as a part of their occupation
    Objectives and Content:
    Purpose and methods of intravenous (IV)therapy
    Implications of IV therapy by unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP)
    Difference between peripheral catheters and central vascular access devices
    Different types of IV fluids and indications
    Peripheral IV catheter insertion site selection
    Infection prevention guidelines as it applies to peripheral IV therapy
    Equipment selection and setting up isotonic IV solution
    Venipuncture and short peripheral catheter insertion technique
    Prevention and management of complications
    Documentation guidelines
    Hands-on practice session
    Practice Session:

    Attendees will practice to locate and identify veins on each other and then practice peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques on an advanced venipuncture training aid.

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  • Phlebotomy and Specimen Collection Date: June 21, 2018: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    This hands-on training program enables healthcare workers to perform venipuncture and collect and process blood specimens for laboratory testing. During hands-on training, attendees practice venipuncture and specimen collection on an advanced venipuncture aid.

    Who should attend this training program?
    RNs and LPNs
    New Graduates
    Medical Assistants
    Certified Nursing Assist...

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    This hands-on training program enables healthcare workers to perform venipuncture and collect and process blood specimens for laboratory testing. During hands-on training, attendees practice venipuncture and specimen collection on an advanced venipuncture aid.

    Who should attend this training program?
    RNs and LPNs
    New Graduates
    Medical Assistants
    Certified Nursing Assistants
    Allied Healthcare professionals required to perform venipuncture and obtain blood specimen.

    Objectives:
    Describe venous anatomy and venipuncture site selection

    Prepare the patient for venipuncture and specimen collection

    Select equipment for venipuncture and specimen collection

    Illustrate venipuncture and specimen collection technique

    Explain the order of draw and specimen collection

    Measures to prevent and manage complications

    Documentation guidelines

    Practice phlebotomy and specimen collection

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  • Intravenous Therapy Certificate Program for RNs and LPNs Date: June 19-20, 2018: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    This peripheral hands-on intravenous therapy training program meets the mandate set forth by most state boards of nursing for Intravenous Therapy Certification for LPNs. If your sate requires additional hours, it may be completed by a registered nurse at your place of employment. Institutions are required to provide competency validation according to the institution's po...

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    This peripheral hands-on intravenous therapy training program meets the mandate set forth by most state boards of nursing for Intravenous Therapy Certification for LPNs. If your sate requires additional hours, it may be completed by a registered nurse at your place of employment. Institutions are required to provide competency validation according to the institution’s policy and procedures.

    Who should attend?
    Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) requiring documented education and training often referred as IV Therapy Certification” for LPNs
    New graduates entering the work force
    Nursing students starting clinicals
    Registered nurses (RNs) with little or no experience in intravenous therapy
    Nurses returning to the heathcare , as a part of nursing refresher programs.
    Program Outline
    DAY 1: Lecture

    Describe purpose and methods of infusion therapy
    Review legal implications and delegation of IV therapy
    Review fluids and electrolytes, and human homeostasis
    Infection prevention guidelines as it applies to Peripheral IV Therapy
    IV drip calculations and flow control devices
    Preventing oversights during infusion therapy
    Indications, side effects and patient assessment criteria for:
    Antibiotic, antiviral, and antifungal infusions
    Intravenous hydration
    Parenteral nutrition administration
    High alert and inotropic medications
    Cytotoxic infusion therapies
    Biologics and immunotherapies

    pH and osmolarity of infusates irritant and vesicant medications
    Vascular access device selection criteria
    Equipment selection and initiating peripheral IV therapy
    Setting up primary and secondary lines, converting an IV to a saline lock
    DAY 2

    Venous anatomy and PIV catheter insertion site selection criteria
    Methods to palpate and locate deep and healthy veins
    Venipuncture, peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting technique
    Measures to prevent and manage complications
    Routine care and maintenance of peripheral infusion therapy
    Short peripheral catheter removal
    Documentation guidelines
    Demonstration and practice session: Attendees palpate, locate, and identify veins on each other, and then practice PIV catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques on an advanced venipuncture training aid, under the supervision of an experienced IV nurse.
    Post-test: Passing score 80%
    Question and answer session
    Program evaluation and awarding certificates
    Criteria for Completion: Attendees must attend the entire 2-day session to obtain certificates of completion and CE contact hours

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  • Ultrasound PICC Insertion Training Date: July 19-20, 2018: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    As recommended by the infusion nurses society, attending an organized training with demonstration and simulated practice sessions is the first step for RNs to obtain PICC insertion qualification and be a vascular access specialist.

    Upon completion of this interactive hands-on training program, attendees learn PICC insertion and removal directives and may begin skill val...

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    As recommended by the infusion nurses society, attending an organized training with demonstration and simulated practice sessions is the first step for RNs to obtain PICC insertion qualification and be a vascular access specialist.

    Upon completion of this interactive hands-on training program, attendees learn PICC insertion and removal directives and may begin skill validation and competency assessment in a clinical setting according to the facility’s protocols.

    Facilities may request customized on-site training and precepting. Conulting services are available to initiate PICC/Midline catheter insertion teams or enhance your existing team.
    1-day training is available for licensed independent practitioners (physicians, nurses practitioners, and physician assistants).
    For details, visit On-site services page or, Contact us to discuss your needs

    Target Audience:
    RNs with peripheral IV insertion skills and knowledge of central venous catheter care and maintenance
    RNs who wish to advance PICC insertion proficiency and success rate
    ASRT/ARRT certified Radiology Technologists (According to individual’s state scope of practice)
    PLEASE NOTE: It is each attendee’s responsibility to be informed of their state’s professional regulations, scope of practice, and to practice according to their level of licensure and institutional policies and procedures.

    Program Outline
    Day 1

    Define peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC)
    Legal implications and PICC insertion qualification guidelines
    Patient selection criteria for PICC and midline catheter
    Equipment selection criteria
    Venous anatomy as it applies to PICC insertion
    CDC guidelines for central line associated blood stream infection (CLABSI) prevention
    Routine care and maintenance of PICC
    Prevention and management of complications
    Documentation guidelines
    Day 2

    Fundamentals of sonography and ultrasound scanning
    Methods to identify and differentiate blood vessels
    Measuring for SVC tip location
    Setting up maximum barrier precautions
    Ultrasound guided modified Seldinger technique (MST)
    Review measures to prevent and manage insertion related complications
    PICC insertion MST techniques
    Practice Session:

    Attendees use an ultrasound to scan and locate veins each other, and then practice PICC insertion using a Blue Phantom Vein and Peter PICC mannequin.

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  • Insertion and Maintenance of Midline Catheters Date: July 18, 2018: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    Midline catheters provide reliable vascular access for patients with difficult intravenous access (DIVA) who require 1-4 weeks of non-irritant antibiotics, IV hydration, or pain management.

    Midlines avoid multiple needle sticks and have a history of reducing thrombosis and central line associated bloodstream infections.

    This 8-hour workshop teaches clinicians to inse...

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    Midline catheters provide reliable vascular access for patients with difficult intravenous access (DIVA) who require 1-4 weeks of non-irritant antibiotics, IV hydration, or pain management.

    Midlines avoid multiple needle sticks and have a history of reducing thrombosis and central line associated bloodstream infections.

    This 8-hour workshop teaches clinicians to insert midline catheter with the accelerated Seldinger technique (AST). AST has an integrated design that reduces risk of contamination and promotes speed of insertion.

    Who should attend this training program:

    Registered nurses
    LPNs, radiology, and respiratory technicians, if their scope of practice permits insertion and usage of midline catheter
    ALL attendees must have excellent peripheral IV skills before attending this training
    PLEASE NOTE: Attendees without excellent peripheral IV skills, knowledge of vesicant, irritant medications and hypertonic solutions must attend the IV refresher program prior to attending this training program.

    On-Site Consultation and Training:

    Facilities may request consulting and customized on-site training to establish midline insertion teams. Services include:

    Review of current practice and recommendations
    Consultation on equipment selection
    On-site training
    One-on-one precepting and skills validation
    Program outline and content:

    Define Midline catheter
    Explanation of patient selection criteria
    Venous anatomy and midline insertion site selection
    Equipment selection
    Identification of veins using an ultrasound
    Explanation of midline catheter insertion techniques (AST)
    Midline catheter flushing and dressing change protocols
    Measures to prevent and manage possible complications
    Removing midline catheters
    Documentation guidelines

    Attendees will practice midline insertion by AST technique with an ultrasound on an advanced venipuncture aid

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  • Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Catheter Insertion Date: July 21, 2018: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    Ultrasound guided peripheral catheter insertion technique is a vital skill for clinicians working in the acute care settings specifically in the ER, ICU, radiology, and pediatric units.

    Infusion therapy standards of practice recommend visualization technology for location and identification of blood vessels, and local anesthesia to reduce pain and discomfort prior to ea...

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    Ultrasound guided peripheral catheter insertion technique is a vital skill for clinicians working in the acute care settings specifically in the ER, ICU, radiology, and pediatric units.

    Infusion therapy standards of practice recommend visualization technology for location and identification of blood vessels, and local anesthesia to reduce pain and discomfort prior to each painful VAD puncture and for large-bore vascular access in the hand.

    By attending this hands-on training program, attendees learn to visualize and determine depth and size of veins, administer local anesthesia and successfully insert peripheral catheters.

    Target Audience
    Registered nurses (RNs) with basic venipuncture and peripheral catheter insertion skills
    Radiology technologists who are required to initiate peripheral IV catheters
    Advance nurse practitioners, physician assistants and allied healthcare professionals with basic venipuncture and peripheral catheter insertion skills.
    Objectives
    Review peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques
    Review fundamentals of sonography and identification of blood vessels
    Locating peripheral catheter insertion site with an ultrasound
    Illustrate administration of local anesthesia for deep and difficult veins
    Brief methods to aseptically insert UGPIV catheter
    Explain UGPIV catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques
    Practice UGPIV catheter insertion technique
    Practice session: Attendees locate and identify veins on each other with an ultrasound and then practice peripheral catheter insertion techniques on a Blue Phantom vein pad.

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  • Home Infusion Nursing Certificate Program Date: June 19-20, 2018: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    The focus of healthcare is now on cost, quality of care, and outcomes. Collaborating with home infusion therapy providers to manage patients with infusion therapies at home provides a pathway for home health agencies to enhance revenue.

    It is vital for home health nurses to have the knowledge and skills to safely administer infusion therapies at home, prevent catheter r...

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    The focus of healthcare is now on cost, quality of care, and outcomes. Collaborating with home infusion therapy providers to manage patients with infusion therapies at home provides a pathway for home health agencies to enhance revenue.

    It is vital for home health nurses to have the knowledge and skills to safely administer infusion therapies at home, prevent catheter related infections, and prevent re-hospitalizations to the best of their abilities. In addition to excellent knowledge of hi-tech infusion therapies, home infusion nurses require peripheral catheter insertion skills and the knowledge to manage all types of central vascular access devices (CVADs) while preventing vascular access and infusion therapy related complications.

    This comprehensive Home Infusion Nursing Certificate Program is developed by home infusion therapy experts and geared towards nurses with little or no experience in home infusion therapy, as well as those who wish to advance their knowledge and skills in infusion therapy procedures. Attendees learn to collaborate with infusion providers, provide holistic care, manage patients with complex infusion therapies at home, care for midline catheters, PICC, port-a-caths, and all central vascular access devices (CVADs).

    Who should attend?

    RNs planning to enter the home infusion therapy field
    Home health nurses wishing to advance their knowledge and skills in infusion therapy at home
    Clinical managers and supervisors
    Program Outline
    Day 1
    Legal implications and delegation of home infusion therapy

    Describe coordination and initiation of infusion therapies at home

    Fundamentals of ambulatory infusion pumps

    Guidelines to administer irritant, vesicant medications, and hypertonic infusions

    Vascular access device selection criteria

    Management of infusion therapies at home:

    IV anti-infective Therapies
    Parenteral hydration
    IV Pain management
    Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)
    Biotherapies
    Immunoglobulins: IV Ig & SC Ig
    Inotropic medications
    Cytotoxic medications
    Day 2
    Review catheter related blood stream infection prevention and assessment guidelines

    Differences between midline, PICC, non-tunneled, tunneled, and implanted CVADs

    Routine care and management of midline catheters, PICC, and other central venous access devices (CVADs):

    Flushing and locking protocols
    Site care and dressing change protocols
    Accessing and de-accessing venous ports
    Blood specimen collection through CVADs
    Prevention and management of thrombotic occlusions
    Removing PICC and non-tunneled CVCs
    Documentation Guidelines

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  • Intravenous Therapy Training for Medical and Dental Assistants Date: April 26, 2018: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 4, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    Medical and dental assistants (unlicensed assistive personnel / UAP) can place IVs as delegated by a physician / dentist, except those states where it is specifically prohibited. This course will prepare UAPs to prepare, initiate, monitor and discontinue IV fluids as delegated by a licensed independent practitioner or registered nurse.

    However, documented education, tra...

    Read More

    Medical and dental assistants (unlicensed assistive personnel / UAP) can place IVs as delegated by a physician / dentist, except those states where it is specifically prohibited. This course will prepare UAPs to prepare, initiate, monitor and discontinue IV fluids as delegated by a licensed independent practitioner or registered nurse.

    However, documented education, training and competency validations are required prior to delegating IV therapy tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP).

    This 1-day hands-on training program is developed according to the regulations, infusion therapy standards of practice and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to prevent catheter related blood stream infection.

    Certificate of completion and skills validation are provided for attendees who successfully complete the program. Competency assessment may be provided by the attendee’s facility, according to the facility’s policy and procedures.

    PLEASE NOTE: Regulations for dental assistants, medical assistants and unlicensed assistive personnel performing IV procedures vary state by state. Please be aware of the medical and dental board regulations for your state.

    According to the infusion therapy standards of practice, no tasks related to vascular access device insertion, care, maintenance and administration of any type of IV fluids shall be delegated to nursing assistive personnel (NAP).

    On-Site Consultation and Training:
    We provide consultations, customized on-site training and precepting to initiate infusion therapy programs. We will research your state’s regulations, prepare infusion therapy policies and procedures and train your staff. Contact us to discuss your needs

    Who should attend this training program?
    Medical Assistants
    Certified Dental Assistants
    Respiratory technologists
    Radiology technologists
    Allied healthcare professionals who are required to insert, maintain and remove peripheral catheters as a part of their occupation
    Objectives and Content:
    Purpose and methods of intravenous (IV)therapy
    Implications of IV therapy by unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP)
    Difference between peripheral catheters and central vascular access devices
    Different types of IV fluids and indications
    Peripheral IV catheter insertion site selection
    Infection prevention guidelines as it applies to peripheral IV therapy
    Equipment selection and setting up isotonic IV solution
    Venipuncture and short peripheral catheter insertion technique
    Prevention and management of complications
    Documentation guidelines
    Hands-on practice session
    Practice Session:

    Attendees will practice to locate and identify veins on each other and then practice peripheral catheter insertion and troubleshooting techniques on an advanced venipuncture training aid.

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  • Ultrasound PICC Insertion Training Date: May 9-10, 2018: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Location: Des Plaines, IL

    Posted Apr 4, 2018 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    As recommended by the infusion nurses society, attending an organized training with demonstration and simulated practice sessions is the first step for RNs to obtain PICC insertion qualification and be a vascular access specialist.

    Upon completion of this interactive hands-on training program, attendees learn PICC insertion and removal directives and may begin skill val...

    Read More

    As recommended by the infusion nurses society, attending an organized training with demonstration and simulated practice sessions is the first step for RNs to obtain PICC insertion qualification and be a vascular access specialist.

    Upon completion of this interactive hands-on training program, attendees learn PICC insertion and removal directives and may begin skill validation and competency assessment in a clinical setting according to the facility’s protocols.

    Facilities may request customized on-site training and precepting. Conulting services are available to initiate PICC/Midline catheter insertion teams or enhance your existing team.
    1-day training is available for licensed independent practitioners (physicians, nurses practitioners, and physician assistants).
    For details, visit On-site services page or, Contact us to discuss your needs

    Target Audience:
    RNs with peripheral IV insertion skills and knowledge of central venous catheter care and maintenance
    RNs who wish to advance PICC insertion proficiency and success rate
    ASRT/ARRT certified Radiology Technologists (According to individual’s state scope of practice)
    PLEASE NOTE: It is each attendee’s responsibility to be informed of their state’s professional regulations, scope of practice, and to practice according to their level of licensure and institutional policies and procedures.

    Program Outline

    Day 1

    Define peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC)
    Legal implications and PICC insertion qualification guidelines
    Patient selection criteria for PICC and midline catheter
    Equipment selection criteria
    Venous anatomy as it applies to PICC insertion
    CDC guidelines for central line associated blood stream infection (CLABSI) prevention
    Routine care and maintenance of PICC
    Prevention and management of complications
    Documentation guidelines

    Day 2

    Fundamentals of sonography and ultrasound scanning
    Methods to identify and differentiate blood vessels
    Measuring for SVC tip location
    Setting up maximum barrier precautions
    Ultrasound guided modified Seldinger technique (MST)
    Review measures to prevent and manage insertion related complications
    PICC insertion MST techniques
    Practice Session:

    Attendees use an ultrasound to scan and locate veins each other, and then practice PICC insertion using a Blue Phantom Vein and Peter PICC mannequin.

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