You’ll teach intravenous access and periphery central line insertion, and you’ll educate patients and their families on site, tubing and catheter management.
You’ll perform blood transfusions, antibiotic infusions, steroid infusions, electrolyte infusions, vitamin infusions and more.
You’ll administer medications and fluid therapy, monitor patients IV and medications and develop care plans.
You’ll prevent and control infection by keeping a close eye on the insertion area.
Ambulatory infusions centers
Long-term care centers
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining at least 1,600 hours in an infusion-related field.
Pass your Certified Registered Nurse Infusion exam through the Infusion Nurses Society.
You’re ready to work as an Infusion Nurse.
Notes on Nursing Podcast
Infusion Nurse Linda Ankrom on Nursing Notes LiveA talk with Infusion Nurse Linda Ankrom is the topic of the episode this week. Host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic talks with Linda about her career as an Infusion Nurse and the about the ways she connects with her patients and their families in the course of her work in an outpatient infusion clinic.2016-11-04T16:06:09Z