Pedagogy, Inc. Announces a New Infusion Continuing Education Course for Nurses on Intraosseous Access Devices Authored by Kevin Stansbury MBA, BS, RN, VA-BC.

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This continuing education course for nurses teaches health care providers about the different types of IO devices, insertion and removal steps, possible complications, contraindications, and much more.

Pedagogy, Inc., a national provider of online continuing education and training courses for nurses and other health care professionals, is very pleased to announce a timely new course on the use of intraosseous access devices authored by Kevin Stansbury MBA, BS, RN, VA-BC. Over the past decade much scientific evidence has accumulated demonstrating the effectiveness of intraosseous infusion therapy. Mr. Stansbury’s new course for Pedagogy is designed to familiarize the professional nurse with the indications for the use of intraosseous access devices, the types of devices available, insertion and removal techniques, and details regarding choice of device, infusion agents appropriate for these devices, placement, maintenance, possible complications, contraindications, and more.

Pedagogy’s newest expert author, Kevin Stansbury, is a Registered Nurse with over 25 years of experience in the medical field including critical care, emergency medicine, and Infusion Therapy. He is a 13 year veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as a combat medic and nurse, and was the recipient of several military decorations during his tours in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. His decorations include an Army Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and the Kuwaiti Liberation Medal. Kevin also received his Expert Field Medical Badge while serving two tours in Korea. He is currently living in the Central Valley of California, working as a registered nurse in the emergency room, as well as working with Central Valley Medical as a clinical instructor for IV Therapy, Basic Life Support (CPR) and EKG's. Kevin is a current member of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) and the Association for Vascular Access (AVA), and currently serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Infusion Nursing. He is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association and is also a sitting member on the board for the local network of AVA in the Central Valley, also known as (CVAN).

To view the Intraosseous course curriculum and details, and/or to purchase the course please follow this link:
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Pedagogy is excited to announce this new partnership arrangement with Central Valley Medical. As a part of this partnership, all Pedagogy, Inc. continuing education courses for nursing professionals are now available via links from the Central Valley Medical website located at (if link does not work, please copy and paste into your web browser).

Pedagogy, Inc. is a Texas-based nationally accredited online continuing education company specializing in courses for nurses and other health care professionals. Pedagogy provides a wide selection of continuing education courses in a unique NEW way that is saving Long Term Care corporations, home health, and hospice agencies time and expense, all while providing superior education to their nursing staff. Pedagogy provides courses in infusion therapies of all types, phlebotomy, respiratory care, wound care, infection control, med pass, nursing communications, and others – designed specifically for the LTC facility, home health, and hospice agencies. A number of the classes are designed specifically to prevent unnecessary transfers to the hospital, now a major focus in the industry.

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Capra Dalton, RN
Office: (903) 871-2150
Mobile: (903) 504-8712

Stan Clark
Director of Sales
832-454-9409 (cell/office)
281-302-6668 (fax)

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