I am caring for a 2 1/2 month old infant who suffered an IV infiltration before transfer to my facility. The IV was in his hand and he suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns just beyond his elbow. The solution was D5.2ns. Has anyone ever seen this severity of an infiltration from this solution? It was infusing at 20cc/hr. I am looking for any input here. How often should a pediatric IV site be checked, what are the blisters from...Thanks for your help!