By L Phillips
Read or Download IV Therapy Notes PDF
Similar nursing books
Paul Barber and Deborah Robertson have prepare a superb, informative and helpful publication that addresses considered one of nursing's key roles. The textual content offers pharmacology for nurses in a transparent and straightforward to learn variety . .. Aimed basically at nursing scholars, it is a booklet that would stimulate and encourage.
Take the terror out of records with this easy, useful and utilized ebook at the 'how and why' of utilizing information. advent to stats for Nurses is an important introductory textual content for all nursing scholars coming to statistical data for the 1st time. The nursing career consists of using data each day, for instance within the instances of mortality charges, general lifestyles expectations, percent restoration charges, regular remission instances, and the findings of which medications paintings most sensible with which health problems.
Now in full-color, this best-selling, easy-to-read textual content introduces you to the problems and tendencies you are prone to come across in any nursing perform atmosphere. every one stand-alone bankruptcy explores a particular subject and provides insightful discussions of concerns resembling the well-being care supply process, professionalization in nursing, criteria and scope of perform, socialization and nursing theories surrounding the occupation, and political motion dealing with nurses.
Administer I. V. medicines knowledgeably, properly and expectantly simply because there is no room for errors, flip to McGraw-Hill's I. V. Drug instruction manual. that includes a powerful specialise in sufferer safeguard, administering and tracking I. V. medicinal drugs, the guide can provide concise, sensible suggestions that will help you perform the most tough projects you face.
- Measurement of Nursing Outcomes 2nd Ed Vol 2 - Client Outcomes and Quality of Care
- Evidence in Mental Health Care
- Current Practices in High-Tech Home Care
- Qualitative research in nursing and healthcare
- Nursing Diagnosis Manual: Planning, Individualizing, and Documenting Client Care 2nd Edition
- Critical Thinking in the Medical-surgical Unit: Skills to Assess, Analyze, and Act
Extra resources for IV Therapy Notes
Davis. 9% sodium chloride injection, heparin 10 U, 100-/mL vials, syringes (10 mL), gloves, and sharps container ■ Follow hand hygiene procedures ■ Don gloves ■ Observe standard precautions ■ Cleanse injection port with appropriate antiseptic solution ■ Connect saline-filled syringe to injection port ■ Slowly aspirate until positive blood obtained, confirming catheter patency ■ Flush with saline ■ Cleanse port with appropriate antiseptic solution ■ Connect medication to injection port ■ Administer medication ■ Disconnect medication from port ■ Cleanse injection/access port with antiseptic solution ■ Connect second saline-filled syringe to injection port ■ Flush with saline ■ Disinfect port with antiseptic solution ■ Connect heparin-filled syringe to injection port and slowly aspirate to reconfirm positive blood aspirate ■ Slowly inject flush, maintaining positive pressure ■ Document heparin flush in patient record Local Anesthesia Anesthesia is used to provide a localized effect during vascular access.
A. Davis. 27 Parenteral Solutions—Fast Facts Dextrose Solutions ■ 1600 calories needed daily for an adult at bed rest, which does not allow for fever or other increased metabolism needs. 9% sodium chloride is the only solution to be used with blood components ■ Hypertonic sodium chloride (3% and 5%) can be dangerous when administered incorrectly Hydrating Solutions ■ ■ ■ ■ Combination of dextrose and hypnotic sodium chloride Hydrates patients in dehydrated states Promotes diuresis—used for fluid challenge, check kidney function Potassium free Multiple Electrolyte Solutions Lactated Ringer’s ■ Solution that most parallels the body’s extracellular electrolyte content ■ Used to replace fluid loss from burns, bile, and diarrhea ■ Contains bicarbonate precursor to assist in prevention of acidosis ■ Should not be used in patients with impaired lactate metabolism F&E F&E Copyright © 2005 F.
Two methods of maintaining patency of locking devices: sodium chloride (saline flush) and heparin lock flush. 9% sodium chloride (saline), syringes (3 mL or 5 mL) ■ Follow hand hygiene procedures ■ Don gloves ■ Observe standard precautions ■ Cleanse port with appropriate antiseptic solution ■ Insert saline-filled syringe to catheter via insertion into locking device ■ Slowly aspirate until positive blood return is obtained to confirm patency ■ Slowly inject flush (1 mL) ■ Disconnect syringe and attach medication syringe ■ Adminster medication slowly ■ Disconnect medication syringe; attach saline syringe ■ Flush with saline, maintaining postive pressure ■ Disconnect syringe from access port ■ Document in patient record Note: Most peripheral lines are maintained with sodium chloride flush 52 Copyright © 2005 F.