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Iv flush

Louise44 Louise44 (New) New

I've never done a midline iv. Patient had leftover blood in capped midline iv in arm. Protocol would be to just flush it right? I'm super paranoid if I did the right thing or not!

As Wuzzie and Rose Queen informed you in your previous post, you really need to contact your mother's home health/infusion provider.

JustBeachyNurse specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics.

The protocol is to not solicit advice in an online forum regarding your mother's care. The protocol is to contact the provider and NOT force things. Not force of extension tubing losing parts in the process. Not to do procedures where you don't have the skill or training. And not spamming forums. Rewording doesn't change that you are soliciting medical advice online.

Rose_Queen specializes in OR, education.

You have now spent two days attempting to solicit medical advice (with the last two posts being quite deceptive to the point of mentioning an instructor). You would have been much better served taking that time to contact your mother's health care team and asking them these questions. Have you called them? If not, why not? You will not get the answers you seek here.

I share the account with my sister who is a new nursing student and she did not realize I had already posted it and had the same idea I did. I called them and they are coming out tomorrow.

JustBeachyNurse specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics.

I share the account with my sister who is a new nursing student and she did not realize I had already posted it and had the same idea I did. I called them and they are coming out tomorrow.

Good. Shared accounts are not within the site ToS either. Redirect to those qualified to assess and advise

Rose_Queen specializes in OR, education.

I share the account with my sister who is a new nursing student and she did not realize I had already posted it and had the same idea I did. I called them and they are coming out tomorrow.

Along with what JustBeachy said about the shared account, it's still deceptive to mention instructor as though the situation was not a personal relative.

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