Cannulation

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CANNULATION (IV TECHNIQUE)

Cannulation is a technique used to provide a patient with medication fluids such as antibiotics, vitamin cocktails, blood products and chemotherapy. Essential qualification for doctors attending the PLAB 2 exam but not only. Training delivered at our School, using mannikin arms and hospital-like medical equipment.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Indications
  • Contraindications
  • How to create vascular access by cannula
  • How to cannulate
  • Normal fluid requirements

ELIGIBILITY

  • All participants are welcome to join the training. No previous qualifications or experience are required.
  • The required age is 18.

DURATION

  • One day training: 4-6h
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CERTIFICATION

  • CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE
  • FULLY ACCREDITED BY CPD GROUP
  • NO EXPIRY DATE- A LIFETIME LONG QUALIFICATION
  • NATIONALLY RECOGNISED
  • INSURABLE

PAYMENTS

  • Online payment – purchasing the course directly from the website.
  • Alternative payment methods: Bank transfer or cash/card in our School – please contact our office for further information.
  • 10% Discount applied on any 3 or more clinical skills courses when booked together. Discount does not apply to work experience sessions.
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