I'm hoping some of you have experience with treating Dopamine Infiltrates. New literature I found indicates that when injecting Regitine into the infiltrate site, the needle must be changed each time you inject at a new spot in the area. Our staff are questioning if this is actually necessary since this is not the practice when infiltrating a site with xylocaine, for example. Can anyone help me with rationale?
How do you all treat a dopamine infiltrate? I'm trying to compare practice with current literature in the pharmacy world...