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IV THERAPY for LPNs and RNs Author: Alene Burke RN, MSN 22 Contact Hours Alene Burke & Associates is approved as a provider of  Continuing Education by the Florida Board of Nursing,  Provider # 50-2502  Click here for the  PRINTABLE VERSION  
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Click here for the  PDF VERSION   To take the test: If you are not registered: DESCRIPTION:   This course includes information about the venous system; peripheral veins; common IV medical  terminology and abbreviations; venipuncture; various means of intravenous to deliver IV therapy, including  different catheter types and their use; special IV therapies; the adverse reactions and complications  associated with IVs; different types of IV equipment and their uses; the appropriate and accurate  administration of IV medications and solutions, including those delivered via a central line; caring for  patients receiving IV therapy, blood and blood components, and parenteral nutrition; and the incorporation  of infection control procedures into all aspects of venipuncture and intravenous therapy.  This course has been approved by the Florida State Board of Nursing and the Council of Licensed  Midwifery. This course can be taken by Rns and LPNs. This course fulfills Florida State's 30-hour  requirement for IV Therapy training for LPNs. It is designed to complement an 8-hour class including  instruction and return demonstration.  OBJECTIVES:   At the conclusion of this course, the learner will be able to:  1. Detail the anatomy and physiology of the skin, venous and arterial systems, and discuss the  purposes of intravenous therapy.     2. Discuss osmosis and the effects of numerous intravenous fluids on the body.     3. Define a multitude of medical terms that are pertinent to intravenous therapy.     4. Accurately calculate IV flow rates, total infusion time, concentrations of medications in an  intravenous solution, and intravenous rates based on body weight.     5. Describe the legal aspects of IV administration including competency and scope of practice.     6.
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