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Free IV Therapy Supplement
Nurses need to be equipped with the right skills and knowledge in order to provide safe and effective IV Therapy.
Nurses are responsible for administering intravenous drugs safely and by the most appropriate method. They must ensure a safe working environment for themselves, colleagues and patients and justify any actions taken. In order to minimise the risks and complications to the patient such as medication errors, infection, speedshock and infiltration, nurses must have a thorough knowledge of the principles and appropriate application, to ensure that intravenous medications are not given without full knowledge of immediate and subsequent effects.
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This exclusive IV Therapy Supplement features original research and educational articles, designed specifically to help nurses overcome any barriers to effective intravenous care. Articles include:
A blended learning approach to teaching CVAD maintenance and care
Needle-free devices: Keeping the system closed
Development of a nurse-led community-based PICC insertion service
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