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phenergan ivp into hand - page 2

i am a new rn and was asked to give phenergan iv push into already started iv with continuous nss running into a vein in the patient's hand. the patient had been vomiting so oral route wasn't an... Read More

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    I agree with all above, you did fine. But for future reference, don't overlook the possibility of starting a new site in a larger vein. It's a hassle, but it's something to at least consider. When I was new(er), it would never have occured to me, but sites don't last forever, anyway, and it can be handy to have two (especially when you're using one for vesicants).