Any Good IV Therapy or Nursing Procedure Web Sites - page 5
Hi, I'm in my second semester and I'm kinda confused about doing this set up, like the drip factor and all that. The instructor taught us, but I still don't get it.:rolleyes: The paper I'm refering... Read More
Jul 21, '10Quote from ChihuahuaLoverBright red, throbbing blood. When you see it once you will never mistake it again.Can someone tell me what two signs which indicate that I may have inserted the cannula into an artery might be??
Oct 14, '10Quote from daytonitewow...peripheral venous access devices:
- video: becton-dickinson saf-t-intima iv catheter insertion (click on the image to start the download) http://media.medsch.wisc.edu/photography/video/01.html
- video: insertion of peripheral iv http://mediasite.cidde.pitt.edu/medi...7-c0ba47c1933f
- video: insertion of peripheral iv http://currency.medicine.dal.ca/videos/video1.htm
- video: iv access http://meds.queensu.ca/~pmsp/iv/ivrun2.htm
- powerpoint: http://www.templejc.edu/dept/ems/documents/presentations/1stsemesterparamedic/ivmedadmin/ivther apy.ppt - iv therapy for emergencies
- video: phlebotomy (blood drawing) http://currency.medicine.dal.ca/videos/video3.htm
- https://nursing.advanceweb.com/commo...562&creditid=1 - venous access devices. click the link to read the article. there are two pages to the article. (link is good until november of 2008)
- http://www.guideline.gov/summary/sum...ss+and+devices - access device guidelines: recommendations for nursing practice and education. everything you wanted to know about the insertion, maintenance, complications, removal and more of peripheral and subcutaneous catheters, midline catheters, piccs, non-tunneled and tunneled central vascular lines, implanted ports, apheresis/hemodialysis catheters, arterial access devices, intraventricular access devices, epidural and intrathecal access devices, intraperitoneal catheters, and implanted pumps
- http://www.childbirths.com/cypress/ivtherapy.htm - iv therapy - discusses iv devices, iv fluid, vein selection, insertion technique, and solving iv flow rate calculations. includes drawings/pictures.
- http://www.mrprotocols.com/sset/iv.html - nice pictures of starting an iv!
- http://www.medtrng.com/blackboard/initiate_iv.htm - initiating and managing complications of an iv
- http://www.answers.com/topic/intrave...apy?cat=health - intravenous drip
- http://employees.csbsju.edu/mbyrne/i..._of_ivmain.htm - the abc's of iv's. click on links at left side of page to access information.
- [font=arial unicode ms]http://www.adhb.govt.nz/newborn/guid...reparation.htm - pediatric ivs; diagrams of veins in arms, hands, legs and feet
- [font=arial unicode ms]http://www.adhb.govt.nz/newborn/guid...oninjuries.htm - infiltration; clysis in pediatric patients
- http://www.lhsc.on.ca/critcare/icu/p...s/bldwdrw.html - procedure for drawing blood from an iv line. includes labeled photos
- http://community.nursingspectrum.com....cfm?aid=12209 - article on phlebitis and infiltration of peripheral ivs
- http://www.netwellness.org/healthtop...plications.cfm - complications of peripheral iv therapy
- http://www.infusionpartners.com/cc/q303.pdf - preventing iv therapy complications, part 2:
mechanical and bacterial phlebitis
- http://medi-smart.com/pitfalls.htm - pitfalls of iv therapy
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2463.asp - procedure: initiating intravenous fluids into an existing iv site
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2478.asp - procedure: administering ivp (iv push) medication into an existing iv line
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2479.asp - procedure: administering ivp (iv push) medication via int (intermittent infusion device)/prn adapter/lock device
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2483.asp - procedure: administering ivpb (iv piggyback) medication via int (intermittent infusion device)/prn adapter/lock device
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2482.asp - procedure: administering ivpb (iv piggyback) medications into primary iv lines
central venous access devices (cvads):
- http://ht.edwards.com/resourcegaller...quickguide.pdf - quick guide to central venous access; 153 page manual with extensive information
- http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/e...ages/19861.htm - illustration of anatomical placement of a central venous catheter
- http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/e...ages/19868.htm - illustration of iv and central line sites used in babies
- http://www.gene.com/gene/products/ed...lar/cvads.html - an brief overview of the types of cvads and the classifications of occlusions of central lines
- http://www.cancerhelp.org.uk/netscap...d.asp?page=302 - chemotherapy given by intravenous injection. has drawings illustrating a peripheral iv, a hickman line, an implanted port and how it is accessed, and a picc line
- http://www.mccfl.edu/pages/2653.asp - procedure: central line dressing change
- http://www.sjhlex.org/documents/nurs...ini_082607.pdf - tips on accessing, assessing and maintaining implanted ports with non-coring huber needles
- [font=arial unicode ms]http://doctors.shorehealth.org/nursi...cces-remov.pdf - central venous access removal procedure
- [font=arial unicode ms]http://www.uams.edu/nursingmanual/pr...ocedure116.htm - procedure for removal of non-tunneled central venous catheters, and arterial lines, excluding peripherally inserted central catheters
- [font=arial unicode ms]http://www.smh.com/sections/services...val_091907.pdf - nursing procedure: removal of venous central line catheter
- http://picclinenursing.com/picc_lines.html - picc line nursing website
- http://www.rnceus.com/course_frame.a...directory=picc - picc line care and maintenance: an introduction
- http://www.bardaccess.com/nurse-grosh-picc.php - image of a bard groshong p.i.c.c.
- picc line instruction sheet.doc - example of a grosong picc line care instruction sheet
tpn (total parenteral nutrition):
- http://healthlinks.washington.edu/nu...dex.html#table - resource book for delivering enteral and parenteral nutrition for adults
- http://www.merck.com/mmpe/sec01/ch003/ch003c.html - tpn: indications, nutritional content, solutions, monitoring and complications - includes a table of the basic adult daily requirements for total parenteral nutrition
- http://www.sh.lsuhsc.edu/policies/po...rsing/p-35.pdf - one hospital's nursing tpn policy.
- http://www.lhsc.on.ca/critcare/icu/protocols/tpn.pdf - sample pre-printed tpn order form. note the nursing orders at the left side of the order page.
- http://www.guideline.gov/summary/sum...+and+nutrition - nutrition support in adults: oral nutrition support, enteral tube feeding and parenteral nutrition.
iv flow rate and calculation problems:
- http://www.m2hnursing.com/medcal/index.php - module 3 has iv flow rate tutorials and problems - you do not have to login to access the tutorial
- http://www.testandcalc.com/quiz/testiv.htm -- practice iv flow rate quiz and answers
- http://classes.kumc.edu/general/ivpu...imulation.html -- a cool interactive iv pump simulator!
- http://classes.kumc.edu/son/nurs420/...sion_guide.htm - blood transfusion guide
- chart of commonly transfused blood products.doc - chart of commonly transfused blood products, what they consist of, why they are used, how they are administered and nursing considerations
- http://www.guideline.gov/summary/sum...nd+transfusion - blood transfusion: indications and administration
- http://library.med.utah.edu/webpath/...k/bldbank.html - tutorial on blood banking and blood transfusion. includes discussion on compatibility, cross matching and transfusion reactions
- http://www.muw.edu/nursing/iv.htm - the last half of this document has information about the procedure of blood transfusion and transfusion reactions
- http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/prof...n/transfin.htm - indications for the use of red blood cells, platelets and fresh frozen plasma from the national heart lung and blood institute.
- http://rnweb.com/rnweb/article/artic....jsp?id=310561 - your guide to safe transfusions. from rnweb. includes a blood compatibility chart at the very bottom of the page.
- http://www.redcross.org/services/bio...pgbtscreen.pdf - practice guidelines for blood transfusion
- http://labtestsonline.org/lab/bloodbank.html - blood banking-scroll through the series of pages that explains what this is
iv infusion devices/pumps
- http://www.rnweb.com/rnweb/article/a....jsp?id=254828 - " technology today: smart iv pumps". includes photos of some of these pumps.
table of commonly used iv solutions
- Attachment 5949 - most commonly used iv solutions; includes tonicity, ph, the ingredients of the solutions, its uses and complications
iv tips & tricks:
- http://allnurses.com/forums/f18/iv-t...icks-3793.html - this thread over on the emergency nursing forum has an immense amount of good information from experienced nurses on starting iv's