A. As long as the contents of the bottle stay clear and clean, it probably is not necessary to change the bottle. When the system is first hooked up, the equipment is sterile and closed, so that anything that enters the bottle comes from the patienta#39;s own lungs. ... Q. When using the Pleur-evac with 20 centimeters of negative pressure, how would the nurse reduce the pressure to 1 5 centimeters if the doctoranbsp;...
|Title||:||Guidelines for Comprehensive Nursing Care in Cancer|
|Author||:||Helen Duncan Behnke|
|Publisher||:||National Film Network - 1973-01-01|