Jan 31, '12
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How is navelbine being administered in your facility? IVSS rapidly with a mainline running in at the same time with a good flush following or IVP through a side arm of a rapidly running IV. Is it considered a vesicant or an irritant?
Jan 31, '12
We run it in as a secondary over 10 minutes through a port only. We do a 30 minute flush after (about 250 ns). It is considered a vesicant.
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