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Iv & Blood- Ms. D

Additional IV and Blood trans. from Ms. Deneal class

peripheral venous sites superficial veins of the arm and hand; most common site
midline catheter inserted in antecubital area until just before axilla used for those with limited peripheral veins or require extended IV therapy
central venous catheter delivered into large vein such vena cava and inserted into the jugular or subclavian vein
Peripheral IV change 72 hours
Triple Lumen one central line three ports cvan only be used with sub c, jugular, femoral, antecubital
How long for triple lumen 2-3 weeks
How long for PICC 6 weeks
Porta Catheter surgically implanted threaded into r. side heart
flush porta cath with heparin
huber curved needle to access porta cath
which can you draw bllod from porta, PICC,
procedure for drawing blood from VAD discard first 5 ml d/t iv fluids
whole blood cells and plasma
platlets disk shaped fragments that promote coagulation of blood
granulocytes types of white blood cells
plasma serum without blood cells
albumin plasma protein
cryprecipitate mixture of clotting factors
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