PIV for Nuclear Medicine Training
Peripheral Venous Access for Nuclear Medicine Training Course Summary
During the PIV for Nuclear Medicine Training course, a Vascular Access Board Certified (VA-BC), practicing nurse clinician will teach and train nurses and nuclear medicine technologists how to correctly and proficiently start intravenous lines in order to mitigate risk of radiopharmaceutical extravasations resulting from poor access techniques. Training includes instruction on proper vein and catheter selections, how to use various catheters safely, how to properly secure the peripheral intravenous line, how to reduce multiple needle sticks, and if available, how to use ultrasound for needle visualization and vein selection. Through didactic (classroom), simulation, and hands-on training, participants gain the knowledge and skills required to properly start intravenous lines and reduce radiopharmaceutical extravasations. Each training class is customized to the unique healthcare settings of the participants involved, their specific supplies and equipment, and addresses problem areas identified prior to and during the course. Instruction also includes clinical reviews of nuclear extravasations cases to illustrate the importance of practicing safe and proper administration of nuclear medicine. Upon completion, participants will be trained in identifying and treating nuclear extravasations and be able to safely and confidently start peripheral venous access catheters for the delivery of nuclear medicine.
Peripheral Venous Access for Nuclear Medicine Training Course Details
- Participants: RNs, LPNs, and Nuclear Medicine Technologists
- Maximum number of participants per class: 10
- Continuing Education:
- Course Fee: Customized Pricing
- Equipment, supplies, and simulation models provided by Vascular Wellness
- Course includes pre and post skills testing and course certification
- Course should be scheduled at least four weeks in advance
- No cancellation fee if canceled prior to two weeks in advance
- Participants more than 10 minutes late to class will not be admitted
PIV for Nuclear Medicine Training from Vascular Wellness
Vascular Access Training Specialists
We are Vascular Access Training Specialists and the smart and safe choice for your vascular access training and education needs. Vascular Access Training and Education by Vascular Wellness® is a comprehensive and unique program that empowers nurses and advances healthcare. Our Vascular Access training courses are taught by practicing and certified Vascular Access clinicians (not just educators or trainers), giving all participants an excellent and exceptional educational and training experience. The courses incorporate best practices, national guidelines, and practical experience across diverse healthcare settings. Our participants get classroom, simulation, and hands-on experience, and upon course certification by preceptors in accordance with our competencies (if available and either included or purchased), are able to apply and use their training, subject to the participants employer’s policies and procedures. We can bring our training to you or invite you on-site, and customize it to your healthcare setting, equipment, and supplies. Hiring Vascular Wellness as your Vascular Access Training Specialists is the right choice for effective and efficient training.
Vascular Access Training Experts
As Vascular Access Training Experts, Vascular Wellness prides itself on being the largest provider in the southeast of comprehensive vascular access services, including standard and advanced line placement, pediatrics, program management, education, training, and infection control and prevention to all healthcare settings such as Tertiary Hospitals, Community Hospitals, and Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals. We are Vascular Access Training Experts because we bring our aggregate experience over many years to each training and education course. We support a 98+% Success Rate with 0% Insertion-Related Infection Rate across all lines, with an average response time of 3 hours. We help our clients improve patient outcomes, enable faster therapy, reduce costs, infections, and readmissions, decrease hospital length of stay, and eliminate transportation expenses. Our Vascular Access Training Experts design and teach each training and education course to further vascular access skills and knowledge of clinical staff, whether working alone or in partnership with us to deliver the best vascular access patient care. Advancing Healthcare and Empowering Nurses is our vision and focus every day. READ MORE about our unique EDUCATION and TRAINING for Vascular Access.
Additional Vascular Access Training
In addition to the PIV for Nuclear Medicine Training course, Vascular Wellness also offers these Vascular Access Education and Training courses:
CENTRAL LINE IDENTIFICATION AND CARE AND MAINTENANCE COURSES
INTRAVENOUS (IV) ACCESS COURSES
- Peripheral IV Insertion Training
- Ultrasound Guided PIV Insertion Training
- PICC and Midline Insertion Training
- Central Line Insertion Training
VASCULAR ACCESS SPECIALIZED COURSES
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Vascular Wellness provides comprehensive, quality, timely, and innovative vascular access services, including standard and advanced line placement, pediatrics, program management, education, training, and infection control and prevention to all healthcare settings such as Tertiary Hospitals, Community Hospitals, Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals, Hospital at the Home Programs, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Surgical and Outpatient Centers, Hospice, and At-Home care. We support a 98+% Success Rate with 0% Insertion-Related Infection Rate across all lines, with an average response time of 3 hours. We help our clients improve patient outcomes, enable faster therapy, reduce costs, infections, and readmissions, decrease hospital length of stay, and reduce transportation expenses.
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