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INTRAVENOUS THERAPY Bc. Marie Bártová Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice Charles University, 1 st Faculty of Medicine Prague 2007
INTRAVENOUS ACCESS DEVICES Needle and syringe Peripheral IV lines Central IV lines Implantable ports
FORMS OF INTREVENOUS THERAPY Intravenous drip IV fluids - isotonic fluids - hypotonic fluids - hypertonic fluids (crystalloid, colloid)
INFUSION EQUIPMENT Sterile container of fluids Intravenous infusion set Gravity drip / infusion pump / IV push
INSERTION OF PERIPHERAL IV LINE Equipment - cannula selection - skin prep Catheter site Procedure
PERIPHERAL IV LINE SITES
RISKS OF IV THERAPY InfectionPhlebitis Fluid overload EmbolismExtravasation
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ADMINISTERING MEDICATION BY INJECTION SUBCUTANEUS INJECTIONS (s.c.) Bc. Marie Bártová Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice 1 st Medical Faculty of.
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BLOOD TEST DRAWING BLOOD Bc. Marie Bártová Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice 1 st Medical Faculty of Charles University Prague 2007.
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