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Nursing 132

Insertion of a Peripheral Intravenous Device

What can the NAP do for IV's Inform the nurse if the patient complains of any IV related complications such as pain, redness, swelling, bleeding. IV dressing becomes wet or soiled. if the solution of fluid in the IV bag is low or the electronic infusion device (EID) alarm is sounding
Expected outcomes following completion of procedure: Fluid and electrolyte balance returns to normal. Vital signs are stable and within normal limits for patient. No redness, drainage, swelling or pain present at venipuncture site. Infusion of solutions and medications is delivered at ordered rate. Pati
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