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ANSAP IV Therapy

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The Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines (ANSAP) is the one responsible for making the guidelines for the IV Therapy Trainings in the Philippines. They also conduct these trainings in hospitals or training centers in different parts of the Philippines.

TIP:
On the first day, they will provide you with a checklist booklet (Nursing Standards on Intravenous Practice) containing different procedures and the steps needed to implement them. MEMORIZE all these procedures by heart because on the third day or last day of your training you will have a return demonstration of all these procedures.

Be familiar with the materials that are needed in theses procedures because during the return demonstration, you are going to explain the procedure while you are practically doing every step that is written in the checklist. Example - How can you perform an IV push using the 3 way stop cock with luer-lock if you don't know the function and how that device looks?

On the day of the return demonstration, there are preceptors assigned in every procedure. Each procedure has its own demo area, so you will have the freedom to start your demo at your own choice of procedure and at your own pace. Usually, the easy ones are swarmed by the nurses lol!
Remember - don't be nervous. Start with an easy procedure, after finishing a procedure you will gain confidence and you can now move on to the other.

After the training, you still have to complete a number of case in order to have your license. Ask your proctors about the procurement of your license.

Note:
Register as early as possible!
Make sure that the hospital or training center is accredited by ANSAP
ANSAP (Tel. no. 716-3901 loc.383 - please help me verify if this no. is correct)



Good Luck and Congratulations to our future IV Therapists!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

hndi ko po nkta new sched. for 2010 iv traning hope ma post po,, tnx ahead! more power!

Anonymous said...

just a question to anyone who could answer it, can trained iv therapist do iv insertions outside the hospital??? like during vehicular accidents. tnx

Anonymous said...

pwd po mag ask???sino poh bah ang may hawak ng releasing ng IVT certificate and ID's ng ANSAP???kasi ang tagal hindi ko pa narereceive ID nd certificate ko poh....year 2009 pa ako nag submit ng requirments till now wala pa akong na receive na sagot...
from ILIGAN CITY po ito, kumuha ako ng IV therapy sa GREGORIO T. LLuch MEMORIAL HOSPITAL last 2008 pa..
DINDO SALAPIO

Anonymous said...

ask k lang po. magexpire na ivt k sa march 8 2011 pede ba k mag refresher coourse after the expi. date? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

HELLO PO, I NEED THE EXACT LOCATION OF PNA OFC HERE IN CAGAYAN DE ORO, THANK U

Anonymous said...

iv bottles and there color labeled in different solution?!

Anonymous said...

hi! just wanna ask if it is really required na talagang word for word yung sa return demonstration? o basta maexplain mo yung tamang sequence and be able to give the rationale okay na? Thanks!

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