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Friday, October 12, 2007

INTRAVENOUS INFILTRATION

IV therapy is commonly used in the clinical setting. It is very important to assess and document the condition of the IV site. If your patient complains of pain or sensitivity at the IV site, immediate steps should be taken to carefully examine the site. There are drugs such as Dopamine , Dilantin and Potassium that may damage the soft tissue around the IV site, if there is an infiltration.
FOR MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION ON IV INFILTRATION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS: THE CLINICAL SETTING STEP BY STEP, chapter4.
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  • Thank you so much for your hard work in these postings...I am a 5th quarter nursing student and I love the visuals!

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