5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- hypertonic solutions can also cause impaired what?
- What are the advantages of a Heparin Lock?
- In relation to IV therapy what 6 things do nurses need to know?
- Solutions given rapidly need what type of tubing?
- CVL=Lumen color, sizes and use;
- a no continuous fluid infusion required
provides venous access for NPO patients
increases pt mobility
- b 1.what (is ordered)
2.why (it was ordered)
5.the patient's 5 rights
- c P-white, 18g, for blood samples/adm and meds
M-blue, 18g, for TPN ONLY
D-brown, 16g, for CVP monitoring, blood adm, high volume/viscous fluids, colloids, meds
- d heart and kidney function, which cant handle the extra fluid
- e macrodrip tubing
5 Multiple choice questions
- Flushed every shift and anytime push meds are administered with normal saline
- 10-15 drops per mL
- -prime tubing
-hang one bottle BEFORE the first one is completely done
-check/document intactness of catheter upon disconnection
- abnormal presence of air in the pleural cavity resulting in the collapse of the lung
5 True/False questions
Isotonic Fluids can cause what? As well as decrease the concentration of what two things? → Cause circulatory/fluid overload
can dilute hemoglobin and hematocrit
Hypertonic Fluids do what?
Their serum osmolality is _____ → They hydrate cells by decreasing serum osmolality, shifting body fluids from blood vessels into cells and interstitial spaces
have an osmolality less than 250mOsm/L
symptoms of an air embolism? → resp distress, SQ emphysema
thrombophlebitis is what? → inflammation of a vein associated with a clot
After inserting the CVL what does the patient get? → Children with an IV
Any IV admixture
Pts with cardiac/renal problems
critically ill pts