5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- avoid use of hypertonic solutions r/t movement of fluid from the intracellular because of ...
- Why would a patient need a CVL (central venous line)?
- Standard Macrodrop size is what?
- how do you prevent a catheter fragment embolism?
- Advantages to intravenous Access?
- a -prime tubing
-hang one bottle BEFORE the first one is completely done
-check/document intactness of catheter upon disconnection
- b -emergency access
-npo (nothing by mouth) status
- c possible dehydration
- d 10-15 drops per mL
- e long term therapy
inability to access periph veins
administration of TPN or irritating agents
to monitor internal pressure
5 Multiple choice questions
- turn patient on to LEFT side with head DOWN
notify the MD
- venous distention, higher BP, coughing, shortness of breath, increased respirations,
- catheter inserted through the skin into a large vein, usually the superior vena cava or inferior vena cava or within the R atrium of the heart
5 True/False questions
CVL=Lumen color, sizes and use;
Distal- → They replace electrolytes and shift fluid from interstitial places/cells into the plasma.
serum osmolality of 375 or higher
IV pumps must be used on what type of patients? → Children with an IV
Any IV admixture
Pts with cardiac/renal problems
critically ill pts
If a patient recieves too much fluid, too quickly it is called what? → circulatory overload
Colloids are what?
They appear ______
They raise colloid osmotic pressure so they're often called ______
Examples: → molecules that don't dissolve and remain uniformly distributed.
The appear cloudy
often called volume expanders
Ex:proteins, albumin, dextran
Hypotonics cause a ______ in the circulatory volume.
So never give to what kind of patients? → depletion
Pts with LOW blood pressure