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DIAT1115 – Principles of Dialysis Lab pdf

Credits: 3 (0/3/0)
Description: This lab course provides the student with experience in routine lab collection techniques; medication administration; principles of aseptic technique; preparation, cannulation and use of different dialysis access sites; use of central venous catheters; and patient monitoring and discharge. Students will be introduced to dialysis delivery systems and dialysate, and practice implementation of state and federal regulations in a simulation setting.
Prerequisites: High School Diploma or GED AND American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR AND Mn Department of Health background check indicates the student is able to provide direct patient care
Corequisites: DIAT1105
  1. Demonstrate collection of routine labs using various techniques.
  2. Demonstrate principles of safe medication administration.
  3. Demonstrate aseptic technique and infection control with preparation, cannulation and termination of dialysis.
  4. Demonstrate efficient use of different dialysis treatment modalities and access sites, including central venous catheters.
  5. Demonstrate patient safety, monitoring and discharge from dialysis.
  6. Demonstrate efficient treatment of potential complications of dialysis.
  7. Explain dialyzer reprocessing.
  8. Demonstrate use of hemodialysis machines.
  9. Differentiate hemodialysis from peritoneal dialysis.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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