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How to insert a peripheral cannula

How to insert a peripheral cannula

How to insert a peripheral cannula

Sally Jane Shaw
Sally Jane Shaw
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
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Launch date: 08 Feb 2018
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Last updated: 28 Jun 2020

Reference: 186920

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John Bamondo (28 Jun 2020)
good
Faith B Kabirat (28 Jun 2020)
I am really enjoying this
Omega Kaunda (24 Jun 2020)
Very good
I like the module and it’s well explained

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Description

This How to module aims to assist healthcare practitioners to undertake the safe and effective insertion of a peripheral cannula. It provides information on best practice related to peripheral cannulation with an open-ported safety cannula. The same principles for practice apply to non-ported open safety cannulae.

Peripheral cannulation enables venous access, the administration of intravenous (IV) medication, infusion therapy and total parenteral nutrition (TPN). It also enables blood samples to be obtained.
Peripheral cannulation is a common procedure that requires high standards of care and management to optimise patient outcomes.

Objectives

On completion of this course you will be able to:
Describe the procedure for inserting a peripheral cannula.
Sally Jane Shaw

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Sally Jane Shaw
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Clinical skills trainer, VIP Venepuncture and Cannulation Training, Warwickshire, England

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User Reviews (41)

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John Bamondo (28 Jun 2020)
good
Faith B Kabirat (28 Jun 2020)
I am really enjoying this
Omega Kaunda (24 Jun 2020)
Very good I like the module and it’s well explained
Mrs Folakemi Salami RN (23 Jun 2020)
The course impact new knowledge
SAMSON OMALE (21 Jun 2020)
apt
Kingsley Kelechi Nkemakolam (21 Jun 2020)
Very interesting
JEANNETTE MUKAMUGANGA (21 Jun 2020)
course well prepared
DENISE NIYIGABA (20 Jun 2020)
the module helps me to know how to insert IV cannula
Anuoluwapo Obilaja (19 Jun 2020)
I learnt new things learnt on peripheral cannulation, take for instance, the use of 5-10ml of 0.9% of sodium chloride infusion.
SYLVIA NAMIRIMU (19 Jun 2020)
very good
FAINA NYINAWUMUNTU (18 Jun 2020)
good
ROBIN MOLENJE (17 Jun 2020)
Simplified
JOSIANE NIYONSENGA (17 Jun 2020)
very good
Ibiere Boyle (13 Jun 2020)
great
JOSEPH KIYAI (8 Jun 2020)
Very informative and practical.
HAMISA WANGWE (7 Jun 2020)
the exam was fair
KEHINDE MEBINONE (6 Jun 2020)
The daily care of venipunture/ cannula site was an eye opener. I just left it untouched when not in use. This brief course has enlightened on the daily care.
Usman Halilu (5 Jun 2020)
good
Shahnaz Perveen (5 Jun 2020)
informative course experience was very good
Anumene Ukwetang (2 Jun 2020)
good
Hawa John Leonard (1 Jun 2020)
It is a good course to take
Joyce Okpanachi (21 May 2020)
very good
Ephantus Mwangi (21 May 2020)
Great learning
Ima-obong Thompson (20 May 2020)
Awesome
Binaikeiye Solomon (19 May 2020)
simple and short lecture
ONOFIOK UDOH (15 May 2020)
good
Mpiegbulam Chinyere (13 May 2020)
it refresh my memory
Eleojo S Aliyu (12 May 2020)
good
Blessing Eze (8 May 2020)
very educative write-ups.
BIZURU MUKIZA (8 May 2020)
this module is very good to me
IRENE NYANKESHA (7 May 2020)
was interest
EMMANUEL EBUNYU (7 May 2020)
its a life saving procedure
PHILIS NASAMBU (1 May 2020)
good refresher
Abdul Sattar Abro (21 Apr 2020)
best module
Sarah Mleli (21 Apr 2020)
thanks
Isaac Dickson (19 Apr 2020)
We would appreciate if videos are added to the presentation as well as images of complications of improper cannulation. I would also like to know which should be done first - aspiration then flushing or flushing then aspiration. Kindly check with the citation from "Infusion Nurses Society (2016) Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. Journal of Infusion Nursing. 39, Suppl 1, S1-S159."
Sondos Aloqaily (18 Apr 2020)
Very important and useful information
Amaka E Okorie (17 Apr 2020)
very interesting and educative
NANCY NDEGWA (15 Apr 2020)
None
Mr MUHAMMAD SADIQ KHAN (7 Apr 2020)
learning about proper and safe iv therapy
Mr Salifu Rafiq (5 Apr 2020)
Well updated

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