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Administration of intravenous medication. Administering IV meds to adults
RM170.A37 2003
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(Producer) Demonstrates direct infusion when the patient has a medication lock, an infusing IV, or an incompatible intravenous infusion; intermittent infusion when the patient has a medication lock or an infusing IV; a continuous infusion.
Administration of intravenous medication. Intravenous medication administration an overview /
RM170.A36 2003
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(Producer) Presents an overview of general guidelines, and the three methods commonly used to administer IV meds. Safety issues specific to IV administration and site assessment are stressed.
Administration of intravenous medication. Intravenous medication administration to children
RM170.A38 2003
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(Producer) Illustrates the three methods of administration using techniques and equipment appropriate to a pediatric setting. Guidelines for correctly calculating dosage, volume, and concentration of meds are presented, along with safety issues specific to pediatric medication administration.
Basic venipuncture
RB45.15.B37 2004
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Learn the basic technique for drawing blood specimens by venipuncture. Detailed demonstrations include performing venipunctures using tube holders, syringes, and winged blood collection sets. Emphasis is placed on needlestick safety, proper patient identification, preventing patient injury, and obtaining specimens free from errors that can alter laboratory test results.
Basic venipuncture
RB45.15.B37 2004
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Learn the basic technique for drawing blood specimens by venipuncture. Detailed demonstrations include performing venipunctures using tube holders, syringes, and winged blood collection sets. Emphasis is placed on needlestick safety, proper patient identification, preventing patient injury, and obtaining specimens free from errors that can alter laboratory test results.
Blood specimen collection by skin puncture in infants / vol. 2,
RJ286.B56
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Description of proper techniques of blood sampling to test for metabolic defects in sick and well newborns.
Care of the patient receiving IV therapy
RM170.C372 1993
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This program is intended for use in training medical professionals and students in the use of IV therapy. Includes demonstrations of correct procedures and discussion of potential complications.
Disk susceptibility testing : step by step /
QR69.A57D57 1995
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Based on NCCLS document M2-A5, Performance standards for antimicrobial disk susceptibility tests. 5th ed.
Safer infusion therapy /
RM170.S24
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Pt. 1. The basics. -- Pt. 2. Initiating venipuncture. -- Pt. 3. Reducing complications and improving outcomes. -- Pt. 4. Care and maintenance. -- Pt. 5. Pediatrics.
Summary : This program is designed to give the clinician a clear and accurate foundational understanding of intravenous therapy.
Starting IVs in an adult a focus on effective strategies /
RM170.S73 2005
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disc 1: Starting IVs -- disc 2: Self-grading tests -- disc 3: Instructor's guides.
Venipuncture /
RM182.V445 1997
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Venipuncture technique
RM147.M4 pt.5
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This program describes the various types of needles available and indications for use. Describes in depth the procedures for insertion of various needles and catheters. Discusses complications from the insertion, the infusion and medications, and presents precautions to prevent these complications.