Who is this course aimed at?

This course is aimed at personnel responsible for catheterising those in their care

Course Aims

To have a theoretical understanding of the process and necessity of catheterisation

Learning Outcomes

  • nderstand the anatomy of the male and female urinary systems
  • Know who can perform it, and when
  • Be aware of the conditions that would necessitate catheterisation
  • Know the different forms of catheterisation
  • Be aware of the different materials used in catheters
  • Understand how catheterisation is performed upon both the male and female anatomy
  • Recognise the dangers of catheterisation
  • Be aware of the symptoms of infections and haematuria
  • Understand which documents will need to be filled
  • Know how to correctly assess and notate the fluid balances of residents
  • Understand the procedure to take a urinalysis test

Course available as

Face to Face
Course Length: 6 Hours

Contact Us

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