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Moog Medical is pleased to provide a combined training workshop on both the Infinity and Infinity Orange Enteral Feeding Pumps. This course covers pump alarms and provides troubleshooting and prevention tips for common errors using both the Infinity and Infinity Orange pumps. Attendees will learn how to apply best practices and recommendations while reviewing patient case examples, and will review the resources available for both clinicians and patients.

Register Now March 7, 2024
1:00 PM MST
Who can attend? This course is open to all clinicians.
What is the cost? There is no cost associated with participating in this course.
How long is the course? Each course lasts roughly 60 minutes, depending on the question and answer period.

Vanessa Sumner RN, MSN

Clinical Training Specialist

Vanessa Sumner graduated from Ameritech College of Nursing in 2014 and started her career in nursing at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah specializing in Cardiovascular Nursing. She graduated in 2018 from Western Governors University with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and again from the same University in 2019 with her Master of Science in Nursing Administration and Leadership. During that time, she continued her career working with the Heart Failure and Transplant Team at Intermountain Medical Center and with the Intermountain Medical Hospitalist Group. In 2020 she worked for Ameritech College of Nursing as a Clinical Instructor where she grew to love educating future nurses. She joined Moog in 2020 as our Clinical Training Specialist. She continues that love of educating by keep our internal employees up to date on the clinical aspects of infusion and enteral nutrition.

Monica Dasenbrock, RN, MSN

Clinical Specialist

Monica Dasenbrock, RN, MSN is a clinical specialist with Moog Medical.  Monica completed her Masters Degree in Nursing at Western Governors University in 2018.  Prior to joining Moog, she worked in the shock/trauma ICU at Intermountain Medical Center for 11 years.  Most recently, she was an associate professor of nursing at Joyce University for 2 years.  Monica enjoys sharing her skills and knowledge with others.