This Suction and Nebuliser training course is designed to teach and train healthcare professionals how to properly and competently use this equipment in all aspects of care.
The Oral Suction training course is designed for registered nurses, healthcare professionals, and support workers working in areas where suctioning and the use of a nebuliser are required.
On completion of this online Suction and Nebuliser training course, the learner will be able to identify what suctioning is, identify the different types of suctioning, identify the purpose of suctioning, be familiar with the equipment that can be used during suctioning and recognise changes that may occur with a patient. Learners will also be aware of how to position a patient during suctioning, be familiar with the practical procedure and know the importance of infection control during suctioning.
The aim of this Suction and Nebuliser Training Course is to greater increase your knowledge of suctioning and how to use a nebuliser.
The key points covered in this course are:
Take a look at the common Suction and Nebuliser questions our training experts get asked.
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A nebuliser is a device that can deliver high doses of medicines quickly and easily. The nebuliser machine works by changing liquid medicine into a fine mist. This mist can then be breathed in through a facemask or mouthpiece. Anyone can be given medicine through a nebuliser.
The effects of a nebuliser on your respiratory system vary based on the prescription drug included within them; nonetheless, the following are some of the most prevalent advantages:
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