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The art of the IV start : common techniques and tricks of the trade for establishing successful peripheral intravenous lines

Author: Bob Rynecki
Publisher: Bloomington, Indiana : Archway Publishing, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Rynecki
ISBN: 9781480810907 1480810908
OCLC Number: 892888011
Description: 66 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: My story --
Aseptic technique --
Knowing your equipment --
over the needle catheters --
Needle/bevel/catheter design --
Secure the catheter --
Tourniquet above the elbow --
Landmarks --
Know your anatomy --
Finding the difficult vein --
Let gravity work for you --
Apply a warm compress --
Press out the fluid --
Moisten the site --
Mark the site --
Go for the bifurcate --
Valves --
Your comfort is more important than your patient's --
Traction and stabilization are everything --
Stabilize the vein --
Keep your eye on the target --
Stabilize the stick --
Puting it all together --
going for the stick --
Two-handed catheter advance --
Floating the catheter in --
Fragile veins --
diabetic and geriatric patients --
Secure and tape the site --
Sometimes two is better --
Labeling and documentation.
Responsibility: Bob Rynecki.

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