The Palliative Care Niki T34L Syringe Pump is a 24hr subcutaneous infusion device currently used in Hutt Valley DHB.
Please note this eModule is for Adult Palliative Care Patients.
This course is aimed at providing the learner with the knowledge and ability to safely set up and use the NIKI T34L Syringe Driver Pump.
This course has been developed with thanks to REM SYSTEMS LTD and Counties Manukau Health
Following the completion of this module the learner will be able to:
- Editing Trainer: Fionna McKendry
This resource provides an opportunity to learn about the use of the new Paediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS) system, which is being introduced across Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley DHBs.
All nurses and doctors involved in paediatric care.
- Editing Trainer: Gabrielle Redmond
Thanks for being part of the teaching on Parkinson’s Disease and medication administration.
For any staff member but is particularly aimed at nursing staff who will be involved with caring for these patients and their medications. ill be involved with caring for these patients and their medications.
- Editing Trainer: Sean Lance
IntelliVue Bedside Monitoring Modules
1. MPX2 Overview (30 mins)
2. MX450 Overview (30 mins)
3. Basic Operations (60 mins)
4. General Tasks (30 mins)
5. Alarms (30 mins)
6. Admit & Discharge (30mins)
7. Transferring Patients (60 mins)
8. ECG Monitoring (60mins)
9. Respiration Monitoring (30mins)
10. Pulse Monitoring (30 mins)
11. SpO2 Monitoring (60 mins)
12. NBP Monitoring (60 mins)
Philips IntelliVue Information Centre iX (PIIC iX) – Central Monitoring System
PIIC iX Fundamentals
1. Getting Started
2. Admitting a Patient
3. Alarm Management
4. Reviewing Patient Data
5. Patient Transitions
7. PIIC iX Basics Quiz
PIIC iX Additional Learning
1. 12 Lead Capture Review
2. Advanced Alarm Management
3. Continuous QT Monitoring
4. Display Setup
5. Multi 12 Lead Review
6. ST Monitoring
7. Using Telemetry
IntelliVue MX40 with PIIC iX Central Monitoring Station
1. MX40 Features
2. Telemetry Setup
3. Patient Education
4. Prepping the Patient (AAMI)
5. Starting Monitoring
6. Alarms General Information
7. Arrhythmia Alarms
8. ECG Parameter Adjustments
9. MX40 Troubleshooting
10. Telemetry Quiz
Non clinical staff include those that do not have direct patient contact including but not limited to, administration, orderlies, food service workers and cleaners.
To provide learning resource and assessment tool to allow Nurses to gain informal accreditation for a programme of collaborative management of patients with chronic inflammatory rheumatic disease.
This learning module is aimed at Primary Health Care Nurses working with patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
- Editing Trainer: Lorraine McAdam
Welcome to the Suprapubic Catheterisation course. Topics include:
Upon completion you will be awarded 3.5 professional development hours.
Please note: The course is a pre-requisite to attending the Suprapubic Catheterisation face to face practical assessment.