Safe handling of chemo drugs

  1. 0 We are updating our cytotoxic protocol and looking for best practices. What do your organizations call a "small spill" and a "large spill?" How many ml might spill before a small spill became a large one?
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    Joined Jun '10; Posts: 1.

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  4. Visit  XYcsccSN profile page
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    Greater than 5ml is considered a large spill where I work.
  5. Visit  Abbygirl09 profile page
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    5ml at my facility as well
  6. Visit  kano profile page
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    5Mls at my facility..
    i was giving Rituxan yesterday to a patient... i found an IV disconnected from the patient on the bed with about 2mls leak on the gown... i wasn't wearing my mask but had a chemo gloves on me when i connected the iv back and changed the patient's gown. I'm freaking out now... i might have inhaled the drug as i wasn't wearing any mask. I'm off today and dead tired and worried. i tried to look up online the " the risk of inhaling rituxan" i couldn't find any infor...please help... thank you
  7. Visit  Atiyya profile page
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    Quote from kano
    5Mls at my facility..
    i was giving Rituxan yesterday to a patient... i found an IV disconnected from the patient on the bed with about 2mls leak on the gown... i wasn't wearing my mask but had a chemo gloves on me when i connected the iv back and changed the patient's gown. I'm freaking out now... i might have inhaled the drug as i wasn't wearing any mask. I'm off today and dead tired and worried. i tried to look up online the " the risk of inhaling rituxan" i couldn't find any infor...please help... thank you


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