I know this is a very basic procedural question
but I have obviously not learned it
I have a difficult time priming IV tubing quickly.
I always end up with bubbles somewhere in the tubing.
I have tried letting the fluid go to only the first back check valve then inverting,tapping air out of the valve then continuing to the other parts of the tubing that need to be inverted and tapped. Iv also tried letting the fluid go thru the entire tubing,then interting and taping
The end results is air in the line.
If I have air in the line ,how much is acceptable and safe,or does it all have to come out.
Im not bad with the iv sticks,just priming the damn line.