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IV room supplies

Ch 12 commonly used IV room supplies, pharm tech

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70% isopropyl alcohol antiseptic for cleaning the hood
ampule breaker plastic device on which one end is smaller for small ampules, the other end is used for larger ampules; helps to prevent crushing the glass or cutting oneself when opening ampules
filter needles needle that includes a filter; it prevents glass from entering the final solution when drawing from an ampule
filter straws used for withdrawing medication from ampules
filters used for specific medications to trap particles 0.22-0.5 micrometers from entering IV fluids
forceps instruments that lock; used to obstruct tubing while transferring medications
male/female adapter univeral size; fits a syringe on each end for mixing two contents
mini-spike large-bore spike that is pushed into vial with a syringe attachment at the other end
sterile 70% alcohol pads alcohol on pads for convenience
syringe caps a sterile cap used to prevent contamination of syringes during transportation out of pharmacy
syringe needles most common bore sizes used in pharmacy are 16-20 gauge
syringes instruments that hold 0.5-60 mL for administration of medications
transfer needles a needle on both ends used to transfer a vial to a bottle
tubing for pumps tubing is specific to manufacturer's machine
tubing transfer sets blood transfer sets; used to transfer the contents of large containers into empty containers
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