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The Assessment Resource Center offers curriculum packages for Nurse Assistant in a Long-Term Care Facility (CNA), Restorative Nurse Assistant, Insulin Administration, Level 1 Medication Aide, and Venous Access and IV Infusion Treatment Modalities.
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Material Audience Item # Price

Nurse Assistant in a Long-Term Care Facility (CNA) - Instructor

The instructor manual for the 175-hour course that meets the requirements of the Missouri Omnibus Nursing Act. Teaches uncomplicated nursing procedures. Persons completing this state-approved course are qualified to assist LPN/RN in direct patient care. Covers an introduction to the nurse assistant, understanding the elderly, safety, food service, personal care, elimination, restorative nursing, and special procedures. Manual complies with latest federal and state regulations for long-term care. (IML 2001)
Instructor 50611 $102.53

Nurse Assistant in a Long-Term Care Facility (CNA) - Student

The student manual for the 175-hour course that meets the requirements of the Missouri Omnibus Nursing Act. Teaches uncomplicated nursing procedures. Persons completing this state-approved course are qualified to assist LPN/RN in direct patient care. Covers an introduction to the nurse assistant, understanding the elderly, safety, food service, personal care, elimination, restorative nursing, and special procedures. Manual complies with latest federal and state regulations for long-term care. (IML 2001)
Student 50612 $39.17

Certified Nursing Assist – Response Form (CNA) - Student

The student response forms for the 175-hour course that meets the requirements of the Missouri Omnibus Nursing Act. Teaches uncomplicated nursing procedures. Persons completing this state-approved course are qualified to assist LPN/RN in direct patient care. Covers an introduction to the nurse assistant, understanding the elderly, safety, food service, personal care, elimination, restorative nursing, and special procedures. (IML 2001)
Student Response Forms 50613 $18.48

Restorative Nurse Assistant - Instructor

This is the instructor manual for the 30-hour course for those who have completed the nurse assistant course. It was developed to train nurse assistants to assist consultants in physical, occupational, or speech therapy and to serve in a maintenance capacity in the consultant’s absence. The content covers introduction to restorative nursing, communications, psychosocial aspects of disability, anatomy and physiology of the long-term patient, pathology of the long-term patient, specific care problems, and basic restorative procedures. (IML 1990)
Instructor 50701 $78.94

Restorative Nurse Assistant - Student

This is the student manual for the 30-hour course for those who have completed the nurse assistant course. It was developed to train nurse assistants to assist consultants in physical, occupational, or speech therapy and to serve in a maintenance capacity in the consultant’s absence. The content covers introduction to restorative nursing, communications, psychosocial aspects of disability, anatomy and physiology of the long-term patient, pathology of the long-term patient, specific care problems, and basic restorative procedures. (IML 1990)
Student 50702 $45.52

Insulin Administration - Instructor

The content in this instructors manual covers diabetes treatment and complications, types of insulin, techniques of insulin administration, and methods of monitoring blood sugar levels. The three units train Certified Medication Technicians and Level I Medication Aides on how to administer insulin. The manual was developed to meet the state regulations of Missouri for the required 4 hours of classroom training. It is recommended that the course consist of a minimum of 6 hours classroom training and 2 hours of clinical/ laboratory practice. (IML 2001)
Instructor 60801 $18.20

Insulin Administration - Student

The content in this student manual covers diabetes treatment and complications, types of insulin, techniques of insulin administration, and methods of monitoring blood sugar levels. The three units train Certified Medication Technicians and Level I Medication Aides on how to administer insulin. The manual was developed to meet the state regulations of Missouri for the required 4 hours of classroom training. It is recommended that the course consist of a minimum of 6 hours classroom training and 2 hours of clinical/ laboratory practice. (IML 2001)
Student 60802 $8.27

Venous Access & IV Infusion Treat Mod - Instructor

This instructor manual has been approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing as the model curriculum for Missouri. The contents include introduction to IV Therapy, anatomy and physiology as applied to IV therapy, fundamental aspects of fluid and electrolyte balance, recognition and prevention of IV therapy-related complications, administration of IV fluid therapy, principles of IV therapy maintenance, discontinuation of peripheral IV sites, pharmacological considerations of IV medication, blood transfusion therapy, total parenteral nutrition, and procedures in phlebotomy. (IML 2003)
Instructor 60811 $100.09

Venous Access & IV Infusion Treat Mod - Student

This student manual has been approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing as the model curriculum for Missouri. The contents include introduction to IV Therapy, anatomy and physiology as applied to IV therapy, fundamental aspects of fluid and electrolyte balance, recognition and prevention of IV therapy-related complications, administration of IV fluid therapy, principles of IV therapy maintenance, discontinuation of peripheral IV sites, pharmacological considerations of IV medication, blood transfusion therapy, total parenteral nutrition, and procedures in phlebotomy. (IML 2003)
Student 60812 $68.40

Level 1- Medication Aide (LIMA) - Instructor

This instructor manual helps present content designed for individuals seeking to be qualified to administer medications in residential care facilities and community residential facilities. Body substance precautions have been incorporated. Anatomy and physiology section contains health problems and related diseases, aging process, and observations to report to licensed nurse. Also includes measuring vital signs and administration of medications by all routes except parenteral routes. (IML 1993)
Instructor 60641 $43.86

Level 1-Medication Aide (LIMA) - Student

This student manual is designed for individuals seeking to be qualified to administer medications in residential care facilities and community residential facilities. Body substance precautions have been incorporated. Anatomy and physiology section contains health problems and related diseases, aging process, and observations to report to licensed nurse. Manual also includes measuring vital signs, and administration of medications by all routes except parenteral routes. (IML 1993)
Student 60642 $21.79

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