Manual of IV Therapeutics.
By: Phillips, Lynn.
Contributor(s): Gorski, Lisa.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Manual of IV Therapeutics: Publisher: Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Company, 2014Edition: 6.Description: 1 online resource (889 p.).ISBN: 9780803640849.Subject(s): Infusions, Intravenous -- Handbooks | Infusions, Intravenous -- Nurses' Instruction | Intravenous therapy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Intravenous therapy | Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Manual of IV Therapeutics: Evidence-Based Practice for Infusion TherapyDDC classification: 615.5 | 615.6 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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TITLE PAGE; COPYRIGHT PAGE; DEDICATION; PREFACE; CONSULTANTS; REVIEWERS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; TABLES; CONTENTS IN BRIEF; CONTENTS; Chapter 1 Professional Practice Concepts for Infusion Therapy; Introduction; Delivery of Quality Care; Nursing Process Related to Infusion Therapy; Quality Management; Risk Management and Risk Assessment; Legal and Ethical Issues in Infusion Therapy; References; Chapter 2 Infection Prevention and Occupational Risks; Introduction; Immune System Function; Basic Principles of Epidemiology; Health-Care-Associated Infections; Strategies for Preventing Infection
Occupational HazardsNursing Process; References; Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Fluid and Electrolyte Balance; Body Fluid Composition; Fluid Distribution; Fluid Function; Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostatic Mechanisms; Physical Assessment of Fluid and Electrolyte Needs; Disorders of Fluid Balance; Basic Principles of Electrolyte Balance; Acid-Base Balance; Major Acid-Base Imbalances; Nursing Process; References; Chapter 4 Parenteral Solutions; Rationales and Objectives of Parenteral Therapy; Key Elements in Parenteral Solutions; Osmolality and Osmolarity of Parenteral Solutions
Types of Parenteral SolutionsNursing Process; References; Chapter 5 Infusion Equipment; Infusion Therapy Equipment; Solution Containers; Administration Sets; Add-On Devices; Catheter Stabilization Devices; Site Protection and Joint Stabilization Devices; Peripheral Intravenous Catheters; Central Vascular Access Devices; Flow-Control Devices; Developing and Participating in Product Evaluation; Nursing Process; References; Chapter 6 Techniques for Initiation and Maintenance of Peripheral Infusion Therapy; Anatomy and Physiology Related to I.V. Practice
Approaches to Venipuncture: Phillips 16-Step Peripheral-Venipuncture MethodIntermittent Infusion Therapy; Peripheral Infusion Site Care and Maintenance (Peripheral-Short and Midline Catheters); Nursing Process; References; Chapter 7 Phlebotomy Techniques; Introduction to Phlebotomy; Equipment for Blood Collection; Blood Collection Procedure; Complications; Nursing Process; References; Chapter 8 Techniques for Initiation and Maintenance of Central Vascular Access; General Overview of Central Vascular Access Devices; Anatomy of the Vascular System; Assessment and Device Selection
Nontunneled Central Vascular Access Devices and Peripherally Inserted Central CathetersLong-Term Central Vascular Access Devices; Care and Maintenance; Nursing Process; References; Chapter 9 Complications of Infusion Therapy: Peripheral and Central Vascular Access Devices; Local Complications; Systemic Complications; Central Vascular Access Device Complications; Nursing Process; References; Chapter 10 Infusion Medication Safety, Methods, and Routes; Safe Delivery of Infusion Therapy; Principles of Intravenous Medication Administration; Drug Stability and Compatibility
Intravenous Medication Administration
The manual of choice...Take advantage of the only book to emphasize the Infusion Nurses Society (INS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) standards of practice. Its popular, self-paced approach makes it ideal for classroom and clinical settings as it progresses from the basics to advanced techniques while incorporating theory into clinical application.
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