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Intravenous and Interosseous Access in the Critical Patient

Clinical Training Center
Department of Emergency Medicine

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IV-IO Access is a program designed for practitioners that are new to gaining venous access on patients during emergencies.

The class is broken up into two sections- A lecture explaining the relevant anatomy and physiology and land marking of access, the various type of access devices, a review of IV fluid selection...

The hands on section is taught in small groups- Typically one instructor to 6 students. There is practice on manikins gaining IV access with various catheters, placing IO devices - both manually and mechanically in various anatomic sites.

Schedule - The Clinical Training Center schedules IV/IO classes as requested. Contact us and we will schedule a class to suit you practices needs and schedule.

Cost - IV/IO Access Program $100.00

Contact Hank Fackovec for further information