Infusion nurses care for patients via administering medication, blood products, and other fluids by maintaining arterial catheters or injecting needles into patient veins. They also monitor patients and maintain bandages and tubing, as well as watch for drug interactions and other complications. They work in hospital settings, clinics, home health agencies, and long-term care facilities.
Available Infusion Nursing Jobs and Their Median Annual Salary
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- $52,330 is the median annual salary for an infusion control nurse.
- RN license is required to become Infusion nurse.
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