Online peripheral iv course

by Intravenous Queen
Online peripheral iv course
File Size :
4.02 GB
Total length :
5h 36m



Crystal Uribe MSN, FNP-C, RN, CEN


Last update

Last updated 9/2022



Online peripheral iv course

What you’ll learn

Demonstrate knowledge of Peripheral IV Safety and Precautions.
Demonstrate knowledge of the Venous System Anatomy.
Demonstrate how to insert a Peripheral IV using the Step-by-Step Insertion List.
Knows the differences between Vein vs. Artery, Tendon, Nerves, Cyst, Lipoma, Scar Tissue.
Understands how Hypovolemia impacts the venous system and knows how to increase IV success for patients with Hypovolemia.
Understands how Obesity impacts the venous system and knows how to increase IV success for patients with Obesity.
Understands how aging impacts the venous system and knows how to increase IV success in elderly patients.
Understands how Chemotherapy and Cancer impacts the venous system and knows how to increase IV success for patients affected by Chemotherapy and/or Cancer.

Online peripheral iv course


Nursing student or nurse graduate. Phlebotomy student or graduate.


Note: This is a recorded course! Any questions that you have from this recording, please ask your questions to me through Udemy messager and I will get back to you and make sure to answer them all! :)Welcome to the Online Peripheral IV Training Course! My name is Crystal Uribe, I am a nurse practitioner currently living in Miami, Florida. I started my nursing career in the emergency department in the South Side of Chicago. The hospital I started in was not a level one trauma center but oftentimes was treated as one. I learned a bulk of my IV skills during these years in the emergency department as I cared for some of the sickest patients in a poor, unserved community. I spent many nights researching about the venous anatomy to help understand how I can improve. I spent the last several years doing travel nursing and continued to perfect my IV skills. I saw there was a huge missing piece in nurses and healthcare professionals never getting an opportunity to learn how to place peripheral IVs. This course is intended to be a guide in how to quickly increase your success during peripheral IV insertion. I discuss: advanced anatomy of the venous system and how you can manipulate it for increased IV success, how hypovolemia, increased age and obesity all impact the veins and how you can best position patients for increased IV success, and how cancer and chemotherapy impacts the veins. We go over case studies together and discuss our answers. This is a course that will help provide you with insight on what changes you can make to help increase your IV success. Disclaimer Regarding Medical AdviceThis Course pro­vides gen­eral infor­ma­tion and dis­cus­sion about peripheral intravenous insertion, general health and related sub­jects. The words and other con­tent pro­vided in this Course, and in any linked mate­ri­als, are not intended and should not be con­strued as med­ical advice. The views expressed on this web­site have no rela­tion to those of any academic, hospital, practice or other insti­tu­tion with which the authors are affiliated.If the reader or any other per­son has a med­ical con­cern, he/she/they should con­sult with an appropriately-licensed physi­cian or other health care worker. Never dis­re­gard professional med­ical advice or delay in seek­ing it because of some­thing you have read on this site or in any linked materials. If you think you may have a med­ical emer­gency, call your doc­tor or 911 immediately.The Principal author pro­vides the Course and any ser­vices, infor­ma­tion, opinions, con­tent, ref­er­ences and links to other knowl­edge resources (col­lec­tively, “Con­tent”) for infor­ma­tional pur­poses only. The Author does not pro­vide any med­ical advice throughout the Course. Although the Principal author is a nurse practitioner, the Principal author is not YOUR nurse practitioner. Access­ing, read­ing or oth­er­wise participating in the Course does not cre­ate a practitioner-patient rela­tion­ship between you and the Principal author. Pro­vid­ing per­sonal or med­ical infor­ma­tion to the Principal author does not cre­ate a practitioner-patient rela­tion­ship between you and the Principal author or authors. Noth­ing con­tained in the Course is intended to estab­lish a practitioner-patient rela­tion­ship, to replace the ser­vices of a trained physi­cian or health care pro­fes­sional, or oth­er­wise to be a sub­sti­tute for pro­fes­sional med­ical advice, diag­no­sis, or treatment.You hereby agree that you shall not make any med­ical or health-related deci­sion based in whole or in part on any­thing con­tained in the Course. You should not rely on any infor­ma­tion con­tained in the Course and related mate­ri­als in mak­ing med­ical, health-related or other deci­sions. You should con­sult a licensed physi­cian or appropriately-credentialed health care worker in your com­mu­nity in all mat­ters relat­ing to your health or the services you are trained to provide.Those who are in a position to provide patient care should consult with licensed physi­cian or appropriately-credentialed health care worker in your institution in all mat­ters relat­ing to questions regarding YOUR scope of practice, resources, and YOUR institution’s policies and procedures. The information, material, and all content on this Site does not take precedence over YOUR institution’s policies or procedures. Additionally, it is YOUR responsibility as a licensed healthcare professional to check YOUR state’s laws regarding your scope of practice. Your continued use of the website constitutes your agreement in following your institution’s policies and procedures and familiarizing yourself with your state laws.By access­ing the Course and/or read­ing the Con­tent, you are agreeing to take full professional responsibility for all actions that you make. The Authors’ of this Course do not take any responsibility for the actions that YOU make.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Terms and Disclaimer

Lecture 2 Video: Forearm Vein

Lecture 3 Online Peripheral Iv Course Video

Lecture 4 Video: Bicep Vein

Lecture 5 Video: Back of the Forearm Vein

Lecture 6 Video: AC by Student with instructions by Intravenous Queen

Lecture 7 Video: AC Student with instructions by Intravenous Queen

Lecture 8 Video: AC Student with instructions on how to correct missed vein

Lecture 9 Video: Forearm Student with instructional help

This course is intended for individuals currently working in the medical field or those who plan to be working in this field in the future. This course is helpful for nurses and doctors, as well as nursing students, medical students, phlebotomy students, etc.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 36m | 4.02 GB
Created by: Crystal Uribe MSN, FNP-C, RN, CEN

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