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NRTC IV Therapy

Fundes II IV therapy

protein responsible for fluid balance in the capillary bed Albumin
Needle size for blood administration 20g, 18g preferred
tubing needed for blood administration Y-filter tubing
IV tubing is changed q________ hours 72-96
Frequency of IV nutrition tubing change 24 hours
solution that does not move fluid isotonic
max time a tourniquet is placed 2 minutes
length of time skin is scrubbed before puncture 30 seconds
length of time hub is scrubbed before attachment 30seconds
Cool, pale, swollen, IV site infiltration
substance that can cause tissue damage if it escapes the vessels vesicant
tissue damage caused by a vesicant extravasation
substance never given IVP or bolus potassium
What is PCA? Patient Controlled Analgesic
Opioid Reversal Agent naloxone
"priming the tube" prevents administration of ? AIR
When setting up a secondary piggyback where is the continuous fluid hung? below the level of the piggyback container
Signs of blood transfusion reaction impending doom, fever, flank pain, tachycardia
Angle of insertion for intravenous catheter approx 15degree
L ist sites NOT appropriate for venipuncture dialysis fistula, rash, paralysis, surgical site, mastectomy
Created by: kleer