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  1. Roll Call all Staff Developers Sign In Please
    hello, i am a senior staff nurse and i work at a large hospital in northern ireland. I regularly organise teaching / learning sessions composed of whatever topics the staff want to develop further, i...
    Sep 23, '02
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  2. IV tubing change
    hello, when we use syringe drivers to administer small infusions of 10mls - 12mls, the I.V. line is changed daily because the line is primed with the new infusion before connection to the patient,...
    Sep 23, '02
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  3. IV tubing change
    hello, we have an iv policy and we change the giving sets every 72hours and this is probably standard policy. we also use venflon charts to record the observation of venflons on a 4hourly basis....
    Sep 10, '02
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  4. Flushing incompatibles?
    hello, if there are two infusions or drugs to be given intravenously, for example 100mls of n/s with a drug added and another drug made up in 5% dextrose, before the first infusion is erected a 50ml...
    Sep 9, '02
    Forum: Infusion Nursing / Intravenous Nursing
  5. Need Help Pleaz
    hello, i dont think there is a nurse anywhere who hasnt come across or been involved in an ethical dilemma at some stage in their nursing career, due to the complex and diverse role of the nurse, we...
    Sep 7, '02
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety
  6. Need your professional opinion....
    hello, in order to ensure safe and best practice is advocated, it is essential that intravenous cannula's are appropriately covered with a suitable dressing, in my trust we use vecafix dressings to...
    Sep 7, '02
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety
  7. Lunch breaks
    hello, in my area of clinical practice, it is standard for nursing personnel to leave the site premises when they are on their lunch break. however, i do fel in order to be competent practitioners...
    Sep 7, '02
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety


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