- Elizabeth (Liz) Campbell
- Full Day
- Audio and Video
- Dec 09, 2016
- The 9 complications of venous access devices you need to be aware of
- The #1 thing you can do today to improve outcomes & practice
- The latest technologies now available
- Venous access device updates: Peripheral & central
- Address common misconceptions about infusion therapy
- Changes in the Infusion Standards of Care you cannot afford to miss
Have you ever wanted to see what a central line looks like? Are you curious about the differences between a PICC and a midline? There can be plenty of challenges and frustrations when it comes to infusion therapy. Not to mention the constantly evolving best practice guidelines. During this in-depth seminar, you will experience a unique opportunity to learn hands-on from actual catheters and through the viewing of real video procedures!
Every nurse today has some interaction with infusion therapy. Regardless of your specialty or location, you will likely see intravenous catheters daily. You can be the most up to date in your facility. Through the case studies and anecdotes shared, you will leave understanding the latest strategies and new technology trends. Attend this seminar to position yourself as a top performer in device management within your organization!
Liz Campbell, RN, MSN, CRNI®, is excited to pass along her knowledge and experiences as an infusion nurse specialist – with you. Liz will apply the newest standards from the Infusion Nurses Society® to your practice. You will gain a robust and updated toolbox, to better prevent complications, improve outcomes and update on the practice standards!
|Webcast Manual (2.35 MB)||39 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Peripheral Venous Catheters
- How many does your patient need?
- Assessment of site
- How often
- Pain Medications
- Infiltration (scale)
- Phlebitis (scale)
- Nerve injury
Central Venous Access Devices
- Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)
- Implanted port
- Tunneled jugular
- Assessment of site
- Nerve injury
- Air embolism
- Catheter damage
- Care and maintenance
- What you need to know about tip location
Regulation of Infusion Therapy
- Who makes the standards?
- What support is there?
- Infusion Nurses Society
- Association for Vascular Access
- Oncology Nurses Society
- Infusion therapy standards of practice
- SHEA guidelines
- ONS guideline
- Video examples of insertions
- Peripheral catheter
- PICC insertion
- Tip location
- Central line bundles
- Care and maintenance of central lines
- Rotation of peripheral catheters
- Identifying correct access for prescribed therapy
- Poor outcomes
- Excellent outcomes
Elizabeth (Liz) Campbell, RN, MSN, CRNI®, has over 20 years’ experience in IV therapy. Currently, Liz serves as a staff member on the IV Team at Massachusetts General Hospital. As a Certified Registered Nurse Infusion, Liz is a recognized expert in IV therapy. She is currently the President of the New England Chapter of the Infusion Nurses Society. Liz is also an appointee to the National Council on Education for the Infusion Nurses Society. Her passion is teaching the art of infusion therapy to nurses.
Financial: Elizabeth Campbell is an adjunct faculty member for Boston College, Connell School of Nursing. She has an employment relationship with Massachusetts General Hospital. Ms. Campbell receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Nonfinancial: Elizabeth Campbell is a member of Infusion Nurses Society; and the Infusion Nurses Society New England Chapter.