Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing - page 40

Infusion or Intravenous nurses can use this section to network, discuss, and share trends and practices with other Infusion or Intravenous nurses. Infusion Nurses provide care to patients by administering fluids, medication, or blood products through injections into patients' veins or by maintaining arterial catheters. These nurses are also responsible for monitoring patients, maintaining their tubing and bandages, and recognizing potential drug interactions and complications.

  1. Work in Canada
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    by KatMcRN Sep 17, '99
  2. Polyurethane or Silicone PICC ?
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    by bearjack99 Jul 10, '99
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    Daniel1115
  3. Cook PICC Lines
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    by KT Jun 24, '99
  4. Help, I need some pictures.
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    by Miss RNC Jun 15, '99
  5. IV FLUSHES
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    by kmg May 4, '99
  6. IV Consulating
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    by Nancy RN Jan 17, '99
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    rackers
  7. Tips and Tricks
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    by kloock Jan 13, '99
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    kjhawkins
  8. sucutaneous needle insertion for palliative care
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    by jay jay Dec 2, '98
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    CHRIS TAYLOR
  9. Sticking twice with the same IV catheter
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    by Dottie Jan 12, '99
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    CHRIS TAYLOR
  10. blood drawing from tunneled catheters
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    by Sarah Breier Nov 8, '98
  11. Amphotericin Infusion
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    by Sarah Breier Sep 30, '98
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    Anna Weissmann
  12. LPN's and IV's
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    by Judy T Aug 13, '98
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  13. Long Term Care (Nursing Home) IV Therapy
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    by GlennRoss Jul 31, '98

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