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Intravenous Cannulae and Giving Sets

Intravenous Cannulae and Giving Sets

Intravenous Cannulae and Giving Sets

André van Zundert and Baha Al Shaikh
André van Zundert and Baha Al Shaikh
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 18 May 2018
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Last updated: 30 May 2018

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Description

Peripheral intravenous cannulae, with or without giving sets, are among the most widely used medical devices in the world. This session explores the history of intravenous cannulation, an overview of basic design of an intravenous cannula and giving sets and its effect on the flow of fluids. Issues regarding the risks of infection from intravenous cannulation are also examined.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Discuss the history of intravenous cannulation
• Describe the ideal design of peripheral intravenous cannulae and the basic design of the giving sets
• Identify the key features that affect the flow of fluids through the cannula
• List the recommendations on the use of specific cannulae gauges
• Recognize the risks of infection associated with intravenous cannulation and the key factors in reducing their risk
André van Zundert and Baha Al Shaikh

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André van Zundert and Baha Al Shaikh
on behalf of Health Education England

André Zundert -
Professor of Anaesthesiology
André van Zundert is a Professor of Anaesthesiology at Catharina Hospital-Brabant Medical School in Eindhoven, the Netherlands and Ghent University Hospital in Ghent, Belgium. He specialises in cardiac surgery, regional anaesthesia, pain therapy and advanced trauma life support. His research interests vary widely, including regional anaesthesia, laryngeal masks and videolaryngoscopy.

Baha Al Shaikh -
Baha Al Shaikh is a Consultant Anaesthetist in Ashford, Kent, UK and is Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College Medical School, University of London, UK.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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