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Online Dialysis Tech Certification with Free Training Arm $550

Location: Online Instructor: Nancy Kimmel, PhD, CNP

Online Dialysis Tech Certification with Free Training Arm $550

$1,200.00 $550.00

Phlebotomy Career Training is pleased to now offer their Dialysis training program i online. Prior patient care experience is required for the dialysis portion of this course.

Online Dialysis Tech Certification with Free Training Arm $550

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$1,200.00 $550.00

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Phlebotomy Career Training is pleased to now offer their Dialysis training program online.   The online dialysis does require that students have some prior experience in health care, such as CNA, direct care workers, home health aide, etc.  Students taking this class should know how to take vital signs such as BP, pulse, respiration.  Upon enrollment, students will be given access to their class online.  Each student is provided an instructor who will reach out to the student and help them with their course studies.  Hard copy materials will be mailed out within 5 days of students purchasing the course online.   Please call our offices at 734-762-3220.

Student will be taught how to care for the dialysis patient and recognize the signs and symptoms related to the patients deteriorating condition. The nursing process is taught in this class.
Students will learn how to think critically and take the appropriate steps to ensure the patients safety. A patients condition can rapidly change once they begin dialysis. Students will learn about the following.
Renal anatomy and physiology
Renal disease
End stage renal failure and the signs and symptoms related to end stage renal failure.
Blood values related to chronic kidney disease
Learning to interpret acid base equilibria
Metabolic acidosis/alkalosis
Respiratory acidosis/alkalosis
Types of dialysis, ie renal, peritoneal, central venous
How to assess and cannulate the fistula
How the fistula is surgically generated
The mechanics of the dialyzer
Alarms related to the dialyzer
Patient vital signs;
Blood pressure
pulse, radial, apical, pulse point
Neurological assessment
Assessment for blood clots
vitamin therapy and medications used to treat the patient with end stage renal failure
pulse oxygenation
the pathophysiology of the disease process with respect to kidney disease
such as: diabetes
hypertension
renal cysts
nephrolithiasis
glomerulonephritis
medication toxicity, ie lithium, vancomycin
Permeability and diffuse differences in the proximal, distal, convoluted tubules and the collecting duct.
Students will learn how to assess for edema
Cardiac arrhythmias related to low calcium due to patients inability to excrete phosphate
Simple diffusion
Facilitated diffusion
Osmosis
Biological filters
Activated transport
Cardiovascular complications
Blood flow through the heart and kidneys, liver
and much more.

Student must pass a 150 question exam with a 75% or better to graduate.

 

Dialysis technician will learn about the dialyzer machines and their operation. Patients’ who are in need of dialysis are in last stage renal failure. End stage renal failure is a very serious life threatening event. Renal failure prevents the body from processing waste through the kidneys. The kidneys are responsible for filtering waste products from the blood such as urea and nitrogen in addition to other waste products. Kidney filtration is responsible for stabilizing the blood. Patients who undergo dialysis have suffered damage to their kidneys from either prolonged high blood pressure or complications due to diabetes. Classes at our school are taught by Registered Nurses. The book that is used for the class is the standard hemodialysis study guide for national certification.

Training Arm and supplies Free!

 

The online dialysis does require that students have some prior experience in health care, such as CNA, direct care workers, home health aide, etc.

Students taking this class should know how to take vital signs such as BP, pulse, respiration.

 

What's Included

  • Dialysis Technician Certification training
  • Study Materials
  • Training arm provided Free
  • Instructor access

About Your Instructor
Nancy Kimmel, PhD, CNP

Professor Kimmel, director of the school, has complied all her years of experience as a university professor to build courses with a curriculum designed to graduate proficient and competent students in their prospective medical career choice.

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