Safe Insulin Pump Use

Safe Insulin Pump Use

This webinar will give you new knowledge on basic insulin pump functions, safe use of an insulin pump by the wearer, and understand pump terminology such as basal and bolus compared to injectable insulin terms often referred to as long acting or meal-time insulins.

Suggested Audience: Registered Nurses and other interested professionals.

Instructional Agenda
Welcome - Liz Swanson
Presentation - Stephen Welty, RN, CDE

If you have any questions regarding this course, please contact [email protected] If you need technical assistance, please contact [email protected]

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this presentation, you should be able to:

•  State the type of insulin allowed for pump use.
•  Discuss fast acting, long acting, intermediate and mixed acting, and regular insulins.
•  State differences between basal and bolus dosing.
•  Describe the importance of consistent blood sugar monitoring with insulin pump use.

Learning Outcome Conditions:

ICAHN is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

In order to receive 1.0 contact hour for this course, you must:

•  Complete course in its entirety.
•  Complete course evaluation.

Handouts provided in the Digital Library. Definitions for course terms are included in the HTHU GLOSSARY.     

Minimum technological requirements: click Online Course Tech Requirements

HomeTown Health, LLC, 3280 Cherry Oak Lane, Cumming, Georgia 30041

Course Details
    • Start:
      13:52 EDT
    • End:
      13:52 EDT
  • CEU:
  • Code:
  • Price:
    US $ 25.00
    by AuthorizeNet