CRNI Study Guide

The Certified Nurse Infusion (CRNI) Examination offered by the Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation (INCC) qualifies successful candidates as Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI).

Candidates who wish to sit for the CRNI exam must first meet eligibility requirements set by the INCC.

* The INCC requires each candidate to have a valid and unencumbered RN license or its foreign equivalent.
* Candidates need to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
* Within the past two years, each candidate needs to have accrued 1,600 hours of infusion nursing care.
The CRNI Exam consists of 170 multiple choice questions. Of those 170, 150 will be counted towards the final score on the exam. Candidates can expect questions to be derived from the following key content areas.

* Nursing technology
* Fluids and Electrolytes
* Nutrition
* Performance enhancement
* Pediatrics
* Transfusions
* Infections and Control
* Pharmacology

Those who wish to save a little on their exam fee can register early to receive a $50 discount. Also members of INS receive a discount on the exam fee. Candidates will need to pay $335 as INS members or $460 as nonmembers. They do offer a discount for those joining INS at the time of applying and that amounts to $425 for registration fee.

Candidates will have four hours to complete the exam. The CRNI exam is administered at AMP testing centers located nationwide. After being accepted for the exam, candidates will be able to schedule their exam at a convenient testing center location. On the exam day, candidates should bring two forms of photo identification and be sure to arrive at least a few hours early.

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