Combines the first five courses in the Foundations of Vascular Access pathway for a savings of $100.
Courses in the savings bundle include:
Vessel Health and Preservation This program introduces the Vessel Health and Preservation model which consists of four specific quadrants that create a pathway for the selection, placement and care of vascular access devices.
Intro to Vascular Access Devices This program provides a working knowledge of the various categories of vascular access devices in use (peripheral and central), and describes the various considerations and limitations associated with each device.
Basic Vein Anatomy This program provides an overview of the venous system, describes the 3 layers of the vein and the function of each layer, and explains how the location of valves and the function of vasoconstriction may affect the success of a venipuncture procedure.
Intentional VAD Selection In this program, we review the eight factors to consider prior the the selection of a vascular access device, including: prescribed therapy, duration of therapy, physical assessment, client health history, risk assessment, client support system and resources, device availability and client preference.
Appropriate Device Selection: Understanding the MAGIC This program introduces MAGIC, The Michigan Appropriateness Guide for Intravenous Catheters, which is the first publication to validate device indication and provide guidance for appropriate use of PICCs and other peripheral and central devices.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15304. Provider approved by Florida Board of Nursing,Provider # 50-1594, and through additional states Arkansas State BON,District of Columbia BON, Georgia BON, New Mexico BON, South Carolina BON, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses for continuing nursing education. CNE status accepted for states within the USA.