Mayo Clinic Health Letter nclex meds for nurses pdf reliable, easy-to-understand, health and medical information. It’s estimated that 1 out of every 3
Mayo Clinic Health Letter nclex meds for nurses pdf reliable, easy-to-understand, health and medical information. It’s estimated that 1 out of every 3 women in the U.
For many women, this isn’t necessarily a big problem. But for those who experience frequent, high-volume leakage with routine activities, it can have a definite impact on everyday life. A lifetime of normal wear and tear on ankle joints commonly causes ankle osteoarthritis in older adults. I was wondering if anyone knew a website or something of medications that must be given through a central line. Give justchill some love and Like this post. AND pharmacist that it needed to be given through a central line and ultimately came down to the nurse. Forunately there was no negative outcomes for the patient.
Give Nurse_Diane some love and Like this post. Mostly just found forums asking about one particular med, procedures on how to give meds through a central lines or things about irritants and vesicants. I’m just basically asking if anyone knows of a nice comprehensive list somewhere is all. 1 person liked this post. Using google, I found several webpage sources that mentioned that drugs prone to causing phlebitis in peripheral veins should be given via a central line. However, I am not comfortable with any of the sources as “quality” sources. In the Davis online access, searching “large vein” brings up 18 or so drugs.
Most, if not all, were on the previous “general” lists. Sorry it’s not a complete list, but it might be a start. Give anonymousstudent some love and Like this post. I have never encountered a medication that could only be given through a central line, nor been taught about any in pharm. Not that it’s not OK to wonder, but we sure have a heck of a lot of info to learn without piling more on. My guess is these are meds you’d only encounter in specialized practice, in a critical care setting, or chemotherapy agents, as an example.
Give Double-Helix some love and Like this post. The biggest ones that have to be given through a central line are CONCENTRATED medications. You can dilute almost anything to the point where it can be given through a peripheral line, but if you want to give medications in higher concentrations, you need a central line to avoid damaging the vein. The BEST place to look for this information is the policy and procedure manual at your facility. They should have policies regarding which medications need to be given centrally.