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Constant Rate Infusions - Calculations and Administration for Nurses

Duration: 0:58 h
Speaker: Jo Hatcher
from 1 US$ 46.20
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In this webinar we will discuss the important delivery of medications via constant rate infusions. Veterinary nurses must have a solid understanding of the use of constant rate infusions (CRI) and the methods of delivery including thorough both syringe drivers and fluid pumps. Common types of medications administered through CRI will be discussed and how to calculate for administration to the patient.

The Australian Veterinary Nurse and Technician (AVNAT) Regulatory Council has allocated (1) AVNAT CPD point to this continuing education activity. 

Recording from 5 December 2023

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Jo Hatcher

Jo Hatcher 
Dip VN, Cert IV TAE, Cert IV VN, RVN, AVN 

Jo is a Registered and Accredited Veterinary Nurse who has been working in the profession for over 20 years and is as trainer and assessor for Animal Industries Resource Centre and also works in clinical practice in Adelaide, South Australia. She enjoys both the challenges of working in practice especially in emergency, medical and surgical nursing and is also very passionate about the training of veterinary nurses in the knowledge and skills required to ensure the highest levels of veterinary care is provided in practice. Jo is an active member of the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia (VNCA) having previously sat on the board of directors as a Past President and currently is a member of the CPD committee, editorial committee reviewing the Australian Veterinary Nurses Journal (AVNJ) and the Australian Veterinary Nurses and Technicians Registration Scheme (AVNAT) Regulatory Council chair. She has a beautiful Golden Retriever and cheeky Domestic Kitten at home along with her human family. 

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