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Donna - 1/28/2011 7:43:39 PM
Clinical IV Sticks
How do you do the clinical iv sicks?

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Capra - 2/4/2011 4:23:40 PM
RE:Clinical IV Sticks
In most states it is the responsibility of the employer to verify  the competency of a nurse. So most employers will have skills validations that are mandated. So you would perform your skills for your employer, usually the DON or Staff Educator.   Pedagogy has developed Skills Validation Checklists, should you or your employer need these.

As a suggestion of how to practice your IV sticks please look on our site under "Resources".  "Practice I.V. insertions".  There we show you how to make a practice hand using balloons and a glove.  This "low tech" method of practicing IV insertions--is a great way to get the technique down, and it really feels MORE life like than the mannequin arms.



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