An infusion nurse is trained in advanced intravenous therapy and administering medications and fluids through venous access lines including peripheral vascular access, central line catheters, and implanted access devices. They are highly skilled in starting IV’s and maintaining patency along with the maintenance of IV lines.
Nurses in this field can provide infusion therapy to patients in the hospital, community, and clinic settings including ambulatory care and can be used as a resource to hospitals for difficult to start IVs.
Infusion nurses administer blood transfusions, IV fluids, antibiotics, and other medications through a syringe or various kinds of pumps and are responsible for monitoring the patient’s line for patency and safety along with assessing for side effects or allergic reactions. Also, they often provide education to patients on caring for their venous access device, set up home IV programs, and perform dressing changes for central lines.
Infusion Nurse Organizations & Certifications
- Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI)
- Infusion Nurses Society
- National Home Infusion Association
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