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A collection of articles about I.V. therapy to help you avoid complications and keep patients safe.
Nursing. 46(10):44-45, October 2016.
Make sure you're following these guidelines developed at a major national summit of 56 experts in I.V. therapy.
Giuliano, Karen K.; Niemi, Charles
Giuliano, Karen K.; Niemi, Charles Less
Nursing. 46(4):66-68, April 2016.
Wanted: Innovation in I.V. infusion devices
Kunneva, Laura Less
Nursing. 46(1):67-68, January 2016.
This article focuses on the health risks for nurses exposed to I.V. antineoplastic drugs, as well as risk reduction strategies facilities can implement for better compliance with safety guidelines.
Spencer, Sharon; Gilliam, Patricia
Spencer, Sharon; Gilliam, Patricia Less
Nursing. 45(2):64, February 2015.
Teaching patients about their I.V. catheters
Dumont, Cheryl; Getz, Ozlem; Miller, Sheri
Dumont, Cheryl; Getz, Ozlem; Miller, Sheri Less
Nursing. 44(10):60-66, October 2014.
Midline vascular access use at a community hospital: A descriptive study
Harper, Denise Less
Nursing. 44(7):66-67, July 2014.
Infusion therapy guidelines
Caparas, Jona; Hu, Jian Ping; Hung, Hwei-San
Caparas, Jona; Hu, Jian Ping; Hung, Hwei-San Less
Nursing. 44(5):65-67, May 2014.
Wilson, Kathleen Marie
Wilson, Kathleen Marie Less
Nursing. 43(12):66-68, December 2013.
Weeks, Karen A.
Weeks, Karen A. Less
Nursing. 42(12):66-68, December 2012.
Miller, Sheri Linn
Miller, Sheri Linn Less
Nursing. 42(2):62-63, February 2012.
Humphrey, Pegge Less
Nursing. 41(11):16-17, November 2011.
Davenport, Deborah E.; Utterback, Virginia Ann
Davenport, Deborah E.; Utterback, Virginia Ann Less
Nursing. 41(8):65-66, August 2011.
Understanding the physics of flushes
Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene
Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene Less
Nursing. 41(5):30-38, May 2011.
Refresh your knowledge about I.V. fluids, including how they act in the body and which ones to use (or avoid) in common clinical situations. This is the first in a series of articles on fluid and electrolyte balance.
Nursing. 40(7):68, July 2010.
Nursing. 39(12):30-32, December 2009.
Hadaway, Lynn C.
Hadaway, Lynn C. Less
Nursing. 39(10):26-27, October 2009.
Moureau, Nancy L.
Moureau, Nancy L. Less
Nursing. 38(12):12, December 2008.
Rosenthal, Kelli Less
Nursing. 38():2,4-5, Fall 2008.
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Nursing. 37():4,6-8, Fall 2007.
Follow our guide to prevent these painful and disabling conditions that can occur as complications of I.V. therapy.
Nursing. 37():4, October 2007.
HADAWAY, LYNN C.; MILLAM, DORIS A.
HADAWAY, LYNN C.; MILLAM, DORIS A. Less
Nursing. 37():1-14, October 2007.
Ludeman, Kathy RN
Ludeman, Kathy RN Less
Nursing. 37(9):38-41, September 2007.
By inserting the intravenous catheter best suited for your patient at the start, you can help his course of therapy run smoothly. To make the right choice, consider the variables detailed here
Guthrie, Debra; Dreher, Denise; Munson, Margaret
Guthrie, Debra; Dreher, Denise; Munson, Margaret Less
Nursing. 37(9):14-15, September 2007.
PICC overview, part 2
Nursing. 37(8):18, August 2007.
PICC overview, part 1
Nursing. 37(7):65-66, July 2007.
Nursing. 37(7):15, July 2007.
New INS standards of practice
SMITH, BONNIE; ROYER, TIMOTHY IAN
SMITH, BONNIE; ROYER, TIMOTHY IAN Less
Nursing. 37(3):72-74, March 2007.
Catheter securement device
Nursing. 36(5):41-42, May 2006.
HADAWAY, LYNN C.
HADAWAY, LYNN C. Less
Nursing. 35(8):54-61, August 2005.
Take it from an expert: These strategies for assessing an occluded I.V. device can save a line that you might otherwise need to remove. In this illustrated guide, you'll also see how to prevent problems.
ROSENTHAL, KELLI Less
Nursing. 35(7):28, July 2005.
Nursing. 35(5):36-41, May 2005.
ANDERSON, N. RICHARD
ANDERSON, N. RICHARD Less
Nursing. 35(4):68, April 2005.
Nursing. 34(5):56-57, May 2004.
Keep yourself on the right side of the law by avoiding these mistakes in your practice.
Nursing. 33(11):73-74, November 2003.
Test your I.V. therapy skills
MOUREAU, NANCY L.
MOUREAU, NANCY L. Less
Nursing. 33(11):17, November 2003.
Is your skin-prep technique up-to-date?
Nursing. 33():16-20, October 2003.
These devices—now required in all health care settings—can reduce your risk of injury and exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Nursing. 33(10):58-64, October 2003.
Each year, tens of thousands of patients die of catheter-related infections. Keep your patient safe by learning and following the CDC's latest recommendations.
TRIMBLE, TOM Less
Nursing. 33(4):30, April 2003.
Planning for peripheral I.V. starts
PRZYBYLEK, CONSTANCE Less
Nursing. 32(11):47-49, November 2002.
Take a look at how these two safety-engineered devices protect you from accidental needle sticks.
MASOORLI, SUE Less
Nursing. 32(7):68, July 2002.
Documenting VAD care
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