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Intravenous Infusion Therapy Skills Checklist

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ISBN-10: 1401864996

ISBN-13: 9781401864996

Edition: 2007

Authors: Dianne L. Josephson

List price: $39.95
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Description:

This resource includes 36 skills and procedures from across the nursing responsibilities associated with IV therapy. They will range from Preparing the Infusion Site to Starting an IV Over-the-Needle Catheter to Flushing the CVC and The Stopcock Negative Pressure Method.
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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 7/18/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Tourniquet Application
Primary Infusion Setup
Preparing the Infusion Site
Starting an IV: Over-the-Needle Catheter
Starting an IV: Winged Infusion Set
Adding Medication to an Infusion Container
IV Piggyback
IV Drug Administration into an Existing Infusion Line
Using a Peripheral Intermittent Infusion Device
Discontinuation of an IV
Medication Administration by Bolus Delivery
Medication Administration by Bolus Delivery Using a Winged Administration Set
CVC Dressing Change and Site Care
Flushing the CVC
Changing the Injection Caps on the CVC
Heparin-Locking the CVC
Drawing Blood from the CVC
The POP Method
The Positive Pressure Method
The Stopcock-Negative Pressure Method
Removal of the CVC
Insertion of the Periphally Inserted Central Catheter
PICC Dressing Change and Site Care
PICC Injection Cap Changes
Flushing the PICC
Drawing Blood from the PICC
PICC Exchange
PICC Removal
Preparation of the VAP Access Site
Accessing and Deaccessing the VAP
Bolus Injection via the VAP
Continuous Infusion via the VAP
Blood Sampling from the VAP
Clearing a Blocked VAP
Accessing and Deaccessing the CathLink
Implanted Port
Transfusion of Blood Components
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