Course on Administration of Medicines Intravenously
Course Reference Number: CRS-N-0022331
This course will equip nurses with the knowledge and skills so that it can assist them administer intravenous medicine safely and competently.
At this course, participants will learn to:
Identify the medico-legal implications associated with the Registered Nurse’s responsibilities in administering designated medicines intravenously.
Apply the hospital policy and guidelines before, during and after administering designated medicines intravenously.
Describe the actions, doses, routes, side effects, indications, contraindications, compatibility, speed of injection and reconstitution for designated intravenous medicines, which are administered either via bolus or burette or infusion bag/bottle or syringe pump.
Demonstrate competence in administering designated medicines intravenously.
Demonstrate competence in providing nursing care to patients receiving designated medicines intravenously.
Identify the responsibilities of the Registered Nurse during situations where patients develop complications and problems arising from administration of designated medicines intravenously.
2 April 201911 June 20193 September 201925 November 2019
1 Day (8am to 5pm)
Mode of Training
Classroom / Workshop
SingHealth Alice Lee Institute of Advanced Nursing
20 College Road, Academia
*Course fee is subject to change.*Funding Validity Period: 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2020
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