Intraosseous Line Course

Intraosseous line placement is an alternative to central venous access, ultrasound-guided central line placement or ultrasound-guided peripheral IV access for patients with difficult vascular access.

Intraosseous Line Course

What you will Learn in the Intraosseous Line Course

The intraosseous line placement course will teach clinicians how to use the EZ-IO drill to place intraosseous lines in the proximal tibia, distal tibia and proximal humerus using simulated bones.  The course covers the indications for intraosseous line insertion including difficult venous access, vasopressor therapy and the need for immediate venous access. Technique and contraindications to intraosseous access will be taught as well as removing intraosseous needles.

Why you should choose us for your Intraosseous Line Course

Our IO line placement training is a component of our live Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures CME course which teaches clinicians how to perform the 20 most essential procedures needed to work in the ER, ICU, and hospital wards.

Take your skills to the next level with our comprehensive Intraosseous Line Course!

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EZ-IO Course trains students in:

  • Indications for intraosseous line (EZ-IO) placement
  • Contraindications for intraosseous line placement
  • Complications of a intraosseous line placement
  • Equipment for intraosseous line placement
  • Proper locations for intraosseous line placement
  • Technique for intraosseous line insertion
  • Removing intraosseous lines
  • Coding for intraosseous line placement

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Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures CME Courses Available

Register HERE 21 days before the course to SAVE $50-150 and get the following:

  1. 12 month online access to Online CME course, procedure video bundle, instructional posters
  2. Indefinite online access to PDFs of all course lectures, course handouts, and HPC Adult Critical Care and Emergency Drug Reference Drug