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Martha Dietz

Martha Dietz, CRNI, VA-BC is the corporate IV nurse for PharMerica long term care pharmacy where she serves as a resource for more than 90 pharmacies across the country and is the author of educational programs and policies and procedures in infusion therapy for PharMerica’s customers. 

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Our continuing nursing education courses are accredited by the California Board of Registered Nurses, the Georgia Board of Nursing, and the Florida Board of Nursing. All states recognize our courses for accredited continuing education contact hours.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15467, course provides 2.00 contact hours. This document must be retained by the licensee for a period of four years after the course concludes.

This document must be retained by the licensee for a period of four years after the course concludes.


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Parenteral Nutrition

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Parenteral Nutrition
Our continuing nursing education courses are accredited by the California Board of Registered Nurses, the Georgia Board of Nursing, and the Florida Board of Nursing. All states recognize our courses for accredited continuing education contact hours.

Parenteral Nutritional therapy has become an increasingly important part of patient care in long-term care facilities. Patients with a variety of diseases and disorders will benefit from parenteral nutrition when the patient is no longer able to maintain adequate oral intake. This course will describe parenteral nutrition including indications, types of formulas, complications, and care of the patient receiving parenteral nutrition.


Objectives


Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
  1. List three indications for parenteral nutrition.
  2. ldentify three components of parenteral nutrition formulas.
  3. Discuss complications of parenteral nutrition.
  4. ldentify four nursing implications for the patient receiving parenteral nutrition.

Curriculum


Chapter 1:Introduction
Chapter 2:The Goal of Nutritional Support
Chapter 3: Indications for Parenteral Nutrition
Chapter 4:Components of Parenteral Nutrition
Chapter 5:Administration of Parenteral Nutrition
Chapter 6:Nursing Care and Monitoring of the Resident Receiving TPN
Chapter 7:Documentation
Chapter 8:Complications
Chapter 9 Resources
 
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