Dialysis Technician Certification
Dialysis Technician Certification
Phlebotomy Career Training is pleased to now offer their Dialysis training program Dialysis student seeking to take this class must have prior patient care experience.
Dialysis Technician CertificationTotal
[arve url=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/oFn1WuKaaPc” title=”Dialysis technician classes” description=”dialysis technician classes” /]Phlebotomy Career Training is pleased to now offer their Dialysis training program for $500. The 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.
Student will learn the main concepts of how to care for the dialysis patient and know how to recognize the subtle signs and symptoms of worsening patients conditions. Some of the concepts and training are the following:
1. pathophysiology of renal failure
2. electrolyte imbalances
3. disease states associated with renal failure
4. anatomy and physiology of the kidney
5. hemodialysis process
6. cannulation of the dialysis patient
7. management of emergencies during dialysis
8. calculations relating to the removal of fluid from the patient
9. vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse, temperature, pulse oximetry
10. assessment of pain
11. neurological checks
12. recognizing aneurysms
13. perform 6 venipunctures
Students who are interested in attending upcoming classes should possess at least 6 months to one year of direct patient care experience such as nursing assistant training, EMT training or direct worker experience. The uniform for this class is ciel blue. Students should have a negative TB and be able to pass a state background check. There is a $35 urine drug screen done on site by week 3.
Please call our offices at 734-762-3220.
Prior patient care experience is required to take this course. Experience in patient care that is accepted encompasses a wide spectrum of experience such as nurse aide training (certification as nurse aide not required), direct care worker, home health aide, patient care technician or EMT.
- Study Guide, module hand outs
- 24/7 online access to classroom video lectures that compliment in class lectures
- hands on simulated dialysis cannulation training with dialysis equipment
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. Professor Kimmel is a first year medical student and FNP-BC.
All of our students who graduated and took the BONENT exam passed with exceptional scores in the 90% percentile range. Students can expect to earn almost double what they will make upon taking the BONENT exam. This course will cover the anatomy and physiology of the renal system, causes of renal failure, acid base metabolism and factors that precipitate renal failure. Additionally, students will learn nursing assessment of the renal patient and how to intervene and recognize serious complication associated with renal dialysis.