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INTRAVENOUS (I.V.I) DRUG ADMINISTRATION FOR NURSES

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This is an intensive course that helps candidates get to grips with theoretical & practical skills of properly and safely managing medicines while observing Aseptic Non Touch Technique during IV drug administration and providing good patient care.

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INTRAVENOUS (I.V.I) DRUG ADMINISTRATION FOR NURSES.

Course Aim:

Upon completion of this course the candidate will be able to explain NMC standards of medicine Management, describe good practice in administration of medicines, carry out a risk assessment, explain drug errors and how to report, describe the 7 rights to medicine administration, explain how to safely store and dispose of medicines, describe how to correctly complete the medicine administration record, demonstrate competence in drug calculations.

COURSE CONTENT

1. NMC Standards in Medicine Management

2. Compliance with Trust policy and procedure of Risk Assessment for self-administration.

3. Professional Role in administration of medicine

4. Three key legal principles: (a)Accountability. (b)Duty of care. (c) Negligence.

5. What is a Drug?

6. What is medication?

7. Why do drugs have different names?

8. Routes of drug administration

9. Storage of medications

10. 7 Rights of administration

11. Intravenous drug administration

12. Drug calculations

13. Advantages of Intravenous drug administration route

14. Disadvantages and Complications of Intravenous drug administration route

15. Principles of administration of Intravenous drugs

16. Aseptic Non Touch Technique -Key parts and key sites

17. List of key parts

18. STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR ANTT (ASEPTIC NON TOUCH TECHNIQUE)

19. Factors contributing to drug errors

20. Medicine Administration Record Keeping and Controlled Drugs

21. Safe Disposal of medicines

22. Importance of reporting drug error

23. Possible reasons for not reporting drug error.

24. Proper Documentation & why it is important.

25. THE PRACTICAL SESSION

26. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

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INTRAVENOUS (I.V.I) DRUG ADMINISTRATION FOR NURSES

This is an intensive course that helps candidates get to grips with theoretical & practical skills of properly and safely managing medicines while observing Aseptic Non Touch Technique during IV drug administration and providing good patient care.