The Dialysis nurse (RN) is responsible for administering a life-prolonging procedure. They support, medicate, and monitor patients throughout dialysis as well as educate them on kidney disease and help them to manage their disease.
Provide care for patients undergoing dialysis procedures,
Review patient data and make recommendations to the physician for care.
Responsible for initiating a plan of care based on a patients specific needs, while also providing education to patients and their families
Two years of recent experience in an Acute Care Dialysis setting
Active RN License
BLS & ACLS Certifications
Degree from accredited nursing program
Associated topics: asn, bsn, care, care unit, domiciliary, infusion, intensive care, nurse rn, surgical, unit
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