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Dialysis-related amyloidosis

CE Activity CME Released: 01/05/2022 Valid for credit through: 01/05/2023 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 0.5 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

Education of transitional care units to new hemodialysis patients

CE Activity CME Released: 01/05/2022 Valid for credit through: 01/05/2023 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 0.5 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

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Management of Chronic Renal Disease

Objectives At the end of this learning activity, the learner will be able to:  Recognize the side effect profile of common oral hypoglycemic medications used in patients with chronic kidney disease Define the etiology and treatment of intradialytic hypotension Describe the volume of distribution of drugs and how it affects drug plasma concentrations List the …

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AKI From COVID-19 Deadlier Than Preexisting Kidney Disease

CE Activity CME Released: 12/17/2021 Valid for credit through: 12/17/2022 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 0.5 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

Vascular access checking

CE Activity CME Released: 01/05/2022 Valid for credit through 01/05/2023 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 1.5 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

Infection Control precautions.

Objectives At the end of this learning activity, the learner will be able to:  Students learn to utilize standard precautions and aseptic techniques and follow OSHA guidelines. By the end of this course, students will be able to define standard and universal precautions, list personal protective equipment (required to be worn whenever exposed to blood …

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Dialysis Complications of Chronic Renal Failure

CE Activity CME Released: 12/17/2021 Valid for credit through: 12/17/2022 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 1.5 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

Long term Psychological Effects of Dialysis

CE Activity CME Released: 12/17/2021 Valid for credit through: 12/17/2022 You Are Eligible For BONENT Group A 1 Credit(s)™ Accreditation Statements Floridian College Corp DBA: Floridian Institute is accredited by the Board of Nephrology Examiner Nursing and Technology (BONENT) to provide continuing medical education for nurses and technicians.

Module#15. HT115. Educational and Professional Development

One semester credit, 20 hours (20 hours of lecture) Students learn how to advise clients of discharge instructions and explain dialysis concepts to patients, and review and reinforce dialysis prescriptions, including advisory techniques to patients and family members based on physician’s orders (e.g., personal hygiene, treatment modalities, and self-care), aside from continuing education (CE) of …

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Module#14. HT114 Renal Transplantation

One semester credit, 20 hours (20 lectures) Students learn the principles of renal transplantation. By the end of this course, students will state the advantages and disadvantages of a renal transplant, explain the contraindications to transplantation, describe electrolyte abnormalities after transplantations, and explain the evaluation process for a potential kidney transplant recipient. Prerequisites: HD101, HD102, …

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Module# 9. HT109. Nutrition as part of the Patient care for Technicians

One semester credit, 20 hours (20 lectures) DURATION (MAX): 15 DAYS Students learn about the importance of nutrition to the patient’s overall care, including special dietary needs and restrictions.  By the end of this course, students will be able to describe the role of nutrition in the management of ESRD patients, including explaining the basics …

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Module# 8.HT108. Principles of Hemodialysis. Dialysis treatment and procedures for Technicians

Four-semester credits, 125 hours (40 lecture, 40 laboratories, 45 clinical) Duration(max): 25 days Students acquire an understanding and ability to explain the parts and pieces of the dialysis treatment and the components of the dialysis procedure, including water treatment and calculations, techniques used in dialysis. It also includes reprocessing, water treatment, quality assurance, infection control, …

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Module#7. HT107. Vascular access for proper Hemodialysis for Technicians

Two-semester credits, 85 hours (35 lecture, 20 laboratories, 30 clinical) Students learn about the two basic types of vascular access and how access is necessary for sufficient blood supply to be delivered at a high flow rate for adequate dialysis without compromising circulation to the arm or other extremity and caring for each type of …

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