Skills Checklist – Dialysis

Skills Checklist - Dialysis

  • Basic Nursing Care

  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Airway Management
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Bag & Mask
    ET tube
    Face mask
    Nasal cannula
    Trach Collar
    BiPAP
    Ambu bag
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    Fluid & Electrolye Balance/Management
    Pulse Oximetry
    Oral Suctioning - Yankauer
    Nasotracheal Suctioning
    IV Insertion
    Venipuncture
    Blood Glucose Monitoring
    Foley Catheter Insertion
    Intake & Output Monitoring
    Seizure Precautions
    CPR
    NG Tube Insertion/Maintenance
    Assess Circulation/Peripheral Pulses
    Interpretation of Labs
    Dietary needs for ESRD patients
    Computer Charting Systems
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    Air Emboli
    Anemia
    Cardiac Arrest
    Chest Pain
    Clotted Access/Poor Flow Rate
    Disequilibrium Syndrome
    Filter Blood Leak
    Fluid Overload
    Hemolysis
    Hypertension
    Hypotension
    Infiltration of an AV access
    Muscle Cramps
    Neuropathy
    Pericarditis
    Pyogenic Reactions
    Seizures
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    Acute/Inpatient Dialysis
    Chronic/Outpatient Dialysis
    Pediatric Dialysis
    Peritoneal Dialysis
    Dialysis Home Care
    Predialysis RN Assessment
    Patient/Family Teaching re: Dialysis
    CVVH
    CAPD
    Cycled PD
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    Bicarbonate Dialysate
    Conductivity and pH Testing
    Priming the Dialyzer
    Check Machine/Alarm Settings
    Prep Vascular Access
    Catheter Vascular Access
    Fistula/Graft Vascular Access
    Collect Blood Specimen
    Anticoagulation
    Set up for Cycler PD Machine
    Set up for CVHD
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Patient Assessment by System
    Volume Status Assessment
    Vascular Access Function Assessment
    Arterial/Vascular Function Assessment
    Blood Flow Rate
    Response to Treatment (Subjective)
    Anticoagulant Management
    Conductivity
    Ultra Filtration Calculation
    Administration of Blood/Blood Products
    Epogen
    Vitamin D Derivative
    Iron Replacement
    Antiobiotic Administration
    IV Push Medications
    IV Pump Medications
    Mannitol Administration
    Sequential Ultra Filtration/PUF
    Documentation of Dialysis Treatment
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Air/Foam Detector Alarm
    Blood Leak Alarm
    Blood Pump Alarm
    Air/Foam Detector Alarm
    Ultra Filtration Alarm
    High Temperature Alarm
    Conductivity Alarm
    Arterial Pressure Alarm
    Venous Pressure Alarm
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Retransfusion Procedure
    Dialysis Catheter Procedure
    Fistual/Graft Procedure
    Post Treatment Access Care
    Equipment Clean Up
    Sterilization Procedure
    Biohazard Procedures
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Newborn (birth - 30 days)
    Infant (30 days - 1 year)
    Toddler (1 - 3 years)
    Preschooler (3 - 5 years)
    School Age (5 - 12 years)
    Adolescents (12 - 18 years)
    Young Adults (18 - 39 years)
    Middle Adults (39-64 years)
    Older Adults (64+ years)
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