This online Lidocaine Infusion training course will teach learners sufficient skills and knowledge on how to infuse lidocaine for greater comfort during a procedure.
Lidocaine is the most common anaesthetic agent used for infusion because of its fast onset and long duration. It is similar to the anaesthetics dentists use to numb your gums and teeth.
Our Lidocaine Infusion course will familiarise learners with what lidocaine infusion is, what Epinephrine is, the side effects of Lidocaine including infection, swelling and bruising, what to include in a client consultation and consent forms and the correct procedure of infusing lidocaine.
Upon successful completion, learners will receive a downloadable and printable Lidocaine Infusion certification.
The aim of this Lidocaine Infusion training online course is to greater increase your knowledge of how to infuse lidocaine correctly.
The key points covered in this course are:
We've answered the most common Lidocaine Infusion questions our training experts get asked.
Lidocaine, also known as lignocaine, is a medication used to numb tissue in a specific area (local anaesthetic). It is also used to treat ventricular tachycardia and to perform nerve blocks. When used as an injectable, lidocaine typically begins working within 1-2 minutes and lasts for half an hour to three hours.
Lidocaine infusion is administered directly into the vein.
Some normal side effects of lidocaine are:
Some abnormal side effects of lidocaine are:
Tissue swelling at the point of injection
Our Lidocaine Infusion course will go into depth about the different side effects to ensure your staff understands them.
According to the NHS, lidocaine infusion is a relatively safe drug when given at a carefully calculated dose.
This Lidocaine Infusion training course will ensure staff know the correct procedure of infusing lidocaine and the potential side effects.
Our online Lidocaine Infusion training courses are available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. Perfect for staff, like nurses and carers, with busy schedules or difficult shift patterns.
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