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1.0 - Continuing Ed Credits
3 Manual(s)/documents included with course
5 test questions
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While many patients can have their vascular access needs met with PIV catheters, there are certain situations and conditions when different device choices should be recommended.
This program examines situations and conditions when a PIV is not appropriate, and provides best options and considerations in making the appropriate device selection.

When is a PIV NOT Indicated

While many patients can have their vascular access needs met with PIV catheters, there are certain situations and conditions when different device choices should be recommended.

This program provides instruction when a PIV is not appropriate. It discusses potential injuries and complications associated with irritants and vesicants along with patient conditions that are not favorable to PIV treatments. It also examines acceptable cautions and medications that should be avoided peripherally. This program summarizes key points of peripheral catheter indications.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15304 Continuing Nursing Education also provided through Florida Board of Nursing, Provider # 50-1594
IV Therapy Mastery Pathway

Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
Identification and Prevention of Complications (PIV)
Parenteral Nutrition and Infusion Therapies
Peripheral Vein Anatomy
PIV Validating Successful Insertion
When is a PIV NOT Indicated
Online Class - Player Instructions and Demo