- Based in Ipswich
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How to book
Use the course enquiry form on the right or call them on 01473 381444.
Training Course Details
- This course has been sold
- Course Length: Full Day
- Delivery Method: In-house/Workplace, Classroom-based/Venue
- Suitable for: Individual, Group
- Awarding Body: CPD Accredited Certificate of Attendance and a learning tool.
- Venue Option 1 - Location: Hubbard Way, 2 Civic Drive, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2QA
- Venue Option 1 - Dates: 12/01/2017 13/02/2017 20/03/2017
Course Code: LPEG101
This course is aimed Nurses at all healthcare professionals looking after patients who utilise a PEG tube. Upon successful completion of this course, delegate(s)/learner(s) may want to use it as evidence of a formal CPD Record to their employer, professional body or regulator
(* This course equates to 7 CPD points/Hours/Credits)
- Demonstrate awareness of PEG feeding and medication administration.
- Demonstrate understanding of the common causes for requiring a PEG and how to safely and effectively care for those who have one.
- Demonstrate how to use pumps and giving sets to administer feed.
- The purpose of PEG feeding
- Medical conditions which may lead to PEG insertions.
- Indications and contra indications of PEG
- Feeding and administering medications via PEG
- Identification, dealing with and reporting complications
- The care and maintenance of enteral feeding tubes
- Mouth care
- Record keeping
- Practical session
HOW TO BOOK
- Book Online (www.locums4care.com)
- Complete an Online Enquiry Form (E: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Telephone our Office (T: 01473 381444)
Course provider details
- Member Since: 27/07/2016
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