IV therapy overview: A review of the purposes and benefits of IV therapy and IV administration methods.. Medcom, 2016. 3 minutes. This program describes the basics of intravenous therapy and demonstrates the correct technique for performing a venipuncture to initiate intravenous therapy.
2021, Elsevier. 7 minutes. "Administering IV Medications by Mini-Infusion Pump: Clinical Skills Essentials Collection." This program shows how to administer intravenous medications by mini-infusion pump.
Selecting an IV administration set: Types and purposes of different IV administration sets.. Medcom, 2016. 4 minutes. This program discusses methods of IV medication administration including drip, gravity, and volume-control sets.
Medcom, 2016. 27 min. This program describes the basics of intravenous therapy and demonstrates the correct technique for performing a venipuncture to initiate intravenous therapy. After completing this course, the learner should be able to: Describe the uses of I.V. therapy Identify appropriate sites for venipuncture Identify equipment used to provide I.V. therapy Perform a venipuncture. Part of series Intravenous Therapy.
(Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 18 mins
OVERVIEW: During intravenous therapy, some patients can experience complications -- either local, at the I.V. site, or systemic. Updated with a new look and feel, and the latest venipuncture practices, this program will focus on the identification of complications, their causes, and appropriate nursing interventions to take to support the patient and restore safe and effective therapy.
OBJECTIVES: After completing this course, the learner should be able to identify and address the following local and systemic complications of IV therapy: phlebitis, infiltration, extravasation, occlusions, vein irritation/pain at the venipuncture site, a severed catheter, hematoma, venous spasm, thrombosis/thrombophlebitis, nerve, tendon or ligament damage, circulatory overload, septicemia, air embolism, allergic reaction.
Cengage, 2008. 18 min. This video discusses and describes the various types of IV access and their uses, including advantages, disadvantages, and safety precautions. It discusses the role of the nurse with regard to central lines and describes infusion procedures using realistic scenarios.
Medcom, 2016. 23 min. This program demonstrates the procedures for the routine care and the discontinuation of intravenous therapy. After completing this course, the learner should be able to: List items to note during a routine I.V. assessment Describe changing a peripheral catheter dressing Change an infusion container Change an administration set Describe the process and considerations for administering medications through an I.V. Change the dressing on a central venous catheter Describe the process for discontinuing a peripheral I.V. site. Part of series Intravenous Therapy.