Looking for Evidenced based IV articles

  1. If anyone out there has any references for evidenced based IV therapy, please let me know. I have to create a education packet for a High Risk Low Volume Skills day and need to incorporate at least 2 recent evidenced based articles. Thanks.
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  4. by   Gail-Anne
    If there isn't anything in the IV forum that suits you, please rephrase your question (in IV forum) with what you are specifically after. Evidence based re: infection rates, re: cost bases for IV teams, re:freezing before IV pokes for example.
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    1. Clinical corner. Clinical tips: perioperative intravenous (IV) therapy management. Brougham L; ACORN, 2005 Winter; 18(2): 46 (journal article - pictorial) CINAHL AN: 2009022254
    Notes: This item is not held by CRNBC Helen Randal Library


    2. Optimize I.V. infusion safety with a comprehensive approach. By: Brown, Mike. Nursing Management, Oct2005 Supplement, Vol. 36, p19-22, 3p; (AN 18369485)
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    3. Emergency department management of home intravenous antibiotic therapy for cellulitis. By: Donald M. EMERG MED J, 2005 Oct; 22(10): 715-7 (journal article)
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    4. Toxic chemicals in IV tubing. Sattler B; Connecticut Nursing News, 2005 Sep-Nov; 78(3): 11 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009040750
    Toxic chemicals in IV tubing [1p]


    5. Top ten things: commercial payers should understand about home infusion. Counce J; Infusion, 2005 Sep-Oct; 11(5): 12-8 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009050378
    Notes: This item is not held by CRNBC Helen Randal Library


    6. Valuing your bu$ine$$ in today's market -- health care changes but one principle remains constant: know what your business is worth before you even think about selling. Counce J; Infusion, 2005 Sep-Oct; 11(5): 27-32 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009050383
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    7. Understanding hospital-based AIC payment under Medicare: reimbursement infrastructure and recent changes. Franklin DM; Infusion, 2005 Sep-Oct; 11(5): 35-8 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009050387
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    8. The Kaizen blitz. Dillon LR; Infusion, 2005 Sep-Oct; 11(5): 41-4 (journal article - tables/charts) CINAHL AN: 2009050390
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    9. Adverse drug reactions and advocacy. Rosenblum B; Infusion, 2005 Sep-Oct; 11(5): 45-6 (journal article - statistics, tables/charts) CINAHL AN: 2009050394
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    10. Development and implementation of a community-wide infusion therapy program by hospitals and nursing homes in Syracuse, New York. (includes abstract) Lagoe RJ; Journal of Infusion Nursing, 2005 Sep-Oct; 28(5): 307-13 (journal article - tables/charts) CINAHL AN: 2009039297
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    11. New products and services. Journal of Infusion Nursing, 2005 Sep-Oct; 28(5): 343 (journal article - pictorial) CINAHL AN: 2009039310
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    12. Perinatal patient safety. Intrauterine resuscitation during labor. Simpson KR; MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 2005 Sep-Oct; 30(5): 344 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009027045
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    13. Device safety. Luer-lock misconnects can be deadly. Eakle M; Nursing, 2005 Sep; 35(9): 73 (journal article - case study) CINAHL AN: 2009033433
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    14. Toxic chemicals in IV tubing... reprinted with permission of the Maryland Nurses Association. Sattler B; Pennsylvania Nurse, 2005 Sep; 60(4): 28 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009045039
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    15. Court Decides that LVNs Cannot Give IV Medication. By: Bermudez, Vicki. California Nurse, Sep2005, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p4-4, 1p, 1c; (AN 18418403)
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    16. Flushing out the facts. By: Yarbro, Kathleen. Nursing, Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p12-12, 1/5p; (AN 18034821)
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    17. Taking the wrong route can kill. Nursing, Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p30-30, 1/3p; (AN 18035052)
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    18. Luer-lock misconnects can be deadly. By: Eakley, Melissa; Gallauresi, Beverly Albrecht; Morrison, Audrey. Nursing, Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p73-73, 1p; (AN 18035884)
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    19. CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH PRIMARY ANTIBODY DEFICIENCIES GAIN QUALITY OF LIFE BY SUBCUTANEOUS IgG SELF-INFUSIONS AT HOME. By: Bonilla, Francisco A.. Pediatrics, Aug2005 Supplement, Vol. 116, p570-571, 2p; (AN 17780030)
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    20. Tech update. Go wireless, get to-the-minute data tracking. (includes abstract) Rosenthal K; Nursing Management, 2005 Aug; 36(8): 46-8 (journal article) CINAHL AN: 2009024258
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    21. Epidural Analgesia. By: Roman, Marlene; Cabaj, Tryce. MEDSURG Nursing, Aug2005, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p257-259, 3p; (AN 17867510)
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    22. Peripheral intravenous therapy: key risks and implications for practice. (includes abstract) Ingram P; Nursing Standard, 2005 Jul 27-Aug 2; 19(46): 55-64, 66, 68 (journal article - CEU, exam questions, tables/charts) CINAHL AN: 2009020274
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