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Practicum in Intravenous and Injectable Nutrient Therapy - Certification in Clinical Nutrition - Live in Idaho - UWS

Event date: 8/16/2019 8:00 AM - 8/17/2019 8:00 PM Export event

Event Location: Align Integrated Medical Clinic

 

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Practicum in Intravenous and Injectable Nutrient Therapy • Certification in Clinical Nutrition

The course learning objectives include ensuring the safe use and proper prescription of injectable nutrients, while maintaining optimum patient comfort, developing awareness of and response to adverse effects and to manage mild, urgent and emergent adverse events. Also, to develop competence and understanding in the pharmacology of, and indication for the use of parenteral vitamins A and C, all B vitamins, Ammonium Molybdate, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Selenium, Zinc, Epinephrine, O2 and various IV fluids.

This course also includes Basic Life Support Training: CPR, AED and First Aid.

Location: Align Integrated Medical Clinic, 750 W. Ustick Road Suite 100, Meridian, ID 83646

Presenter: Laurence V. Hicks, D.C., D.O.

                                                     August 16, 2019

                                                     8:00—8:15 am                        Introduction, Objectives and Requirements, Disseminate Handouts

8:15—9:00 am                        Hand Washing and Assessment, Clean Techniques and Sterile     Needle Practices

9:00—10:00 am                      Sterile Prep and Assessment, Micronutrient Safety Practices, Use of, Adverse Effects and Expected Outcomes: Vitamin A and Thiamine

10:00—11:00 am                    Riboflavin, Niacin and Pantothenic Acid, Intradermal Injection Technique and Assessment

11:00—12:00 Noon                Pyridoxine and Folic Acid, Subcutaneous Injection Technique and Assessment, Safe Use and Proper Rx of Injectable Nutrients

12:00—1:30 pm                      Working Lunch: Cobalamin, Vitamin B Complex and Vitamin C

1:30—3:00 pm                        Ammonium Molybdate and Calcium, Intramuscular Injection Technique and Assessment, Trigger Point Technique and Assessment

3:00—4:00 pm                        Chromium and copper, Dry Needling Technique and Assessment, Sensitivity Test Patch and Assessment

5:00—6:00 pm                        Iodine and Magnesium, Intravenous technique and Assessment

6:00—7:00 pm                        Selenium, Manganese and Potassium

7:00—8:00 pm                        Zinc, Epinephrine and NCO2, Assessment, Review and Adjournment

 

August 17, 2019

8:00-10:00 am                         Basic Life Support: CPR, AED and First Aid

10:00-11:00 am                       Airway Management Techniques and Assessment, oropharyngeal Airway, Nasal Trumpet, Short Discussion of Cricothyrotomy, ETT and LMA, Developing Alliances with Paramedics and ER Physicians to enhance Patient Safety, Record Management

11:00-12:00 Noon                   Phlebotomy Technique and Assessment, Safety Practices

12:00-1:00 pm                         Working Lunch: Cardiac Rhythm Strip Identification, Monitors and ECGs

1:00-2:00 pm                           Managing Mild Urgent and Emergent Adverse Events, Resuscitation, Case Reviews and Response to Adverse Events

2:00-5:00 pm                           Lab Testing and Blood Chemistry Interpretation, Using VS Technologies during Management of Parenteral Nutrition

5:00-7:00 pm                           Revisiting Clinical Nutrition in Consideration of Lab Interpretation and integrating Oral and Parenteral Approaches

7:00-8:00 pm                           Review, Final Testing and Adjournment.     

 

Assessment Techniques: Verbal Q&A Participation, Quick Quizzes, Lightning Rounds, Repeat Concept/Principle Back to me, Stand and “Tell Me,” Show Me,” and a Short, Written Test.

 

 

Contact Laurence Hicks, DC, DO, for details about dates, locations and fees.   Phone: 208-733-4444 | Fax: 208-733-4456 | Email: DrLVHicks@gmail.com

Credits for this course are certified by the UWS Continuing Education office.

InstructorDr. Laurence V. Hicks, DC, DO
Subject BreakdownAugust 16, 2019                                                      8:00—8:15 am                        Introduction, Objectives and Requirements, Disseminate Handouts 8:15—9:00 am                        Hand Washing and Assessment, Clean Techniques and Sterile     Needle Practices 9:00—10:00 am                      Sterile Prep and Assessment, Micronutrient Safety Practices, Use of, Adverse Effects and Expected Outcomes: Vitamin A and Thiamine 10:00—11:00 am                    Riboflavin, Niacin and Pantothenic Acid, Intradermal Injection Technique and Assessment 11:00—12:00 Noon                Pyridoxine and Folic Acid, Subcutaneous Injection Technique and Assessment, Safe Use and Proper Rx of Injectable Nutrients 12:00—1:30 pm                      Working Lunch: Cobalamin, Vitamin B Complex and Vitamin C 1:30—3:00 pm                        Ammonium Molybdate and Calcium, Intramuscular Injection Technique and Assessment, Trigger Point Technique and Assessment 3:00—4:00 pm                        Chromium and copper, Dry Needling Technique and Assessment, Sensitivity Test Patch and Assessment 5:00—6:00 pm                        Iodine and Magnesium, Intravenous technique and Assessment 6:00—7:00 pm                        Selenium, Manganese and Potassium 7:00—8:00 pm                        Zinc, Epinephrine and NCO2, Assessment, Review and Adjournment August 17, 2019 8:00-10:00 am                         Basic Life Support: CPR, AED and First Aid 10:00-11:00 am                       Airway Management Techniques and Assessment, oropharyngeal Airway, Nasal Trumpet, Short Discussion of Cricothyrotomy, ETT and LMA, Developing Alliances with Paramedics and ER Physicians to enhance Patient Safety, Record Management 11:00-12:00 Noon                   Phlebotomy Technique and Assessment, Safety Practices 12:00-1:00 pm                         Working Lunch: Cardiac Rhythm Strip Identification, Monitors and ECGs 1:00-2:00 pm                           Managing Mild Urgent and Emergent Adverse Events, Resuscitation, Case Reviews and Response to Adverse Events 2:00-5:00 pm                           Lab Testing and Blood Chemistry Interpretation, Using VS Technologies during Management of Parenteral Nutrition 5:00-7:00 pm                           Revisiting Clinical Nutrition in Consideration of Lab Interpretation and integrating Oral and Parenteral Approaches 7:00-8:00 pm                           Review, Final Testing and Adjournment.      Assessment Techniques: Verbal Q&A Participation, Quick Quizzes, Lightning Rounds, Repeat Concept/Principle Back to me, Stand and “Tell Me,” Show Me,” and a Short, Written Test.
Total Credits24.00
FormatIn person - Live
Course OutlinePracticum Itinerary.docx
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