This reference text comprehensively addresses every aspect of infusion therapy. The new second edition now includes discussion of intrathecal, intraosseous, and epidural procedures, as well as coverage of subcutaneous pain management, conscious sedation, and the use of catheters not being inserted intravenously. Addressing every aspect of infusion therapy, this text can be applied to any healthcare setting. INFUSION THERAPY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE also covers management, quality assurance, entrepreneurial roles, and future considerations for infusion therapy. Each chapter can stand alone, making it a great reference tool for practitioners.Parents can be remarkably adept when properly educated in the sterile procedures of IV administration but are often overlooked as caregivers. ... The home infusion company has become the most common model of outpatient infusion therapy.
|Title||:||Infusion Therapy in Clinical Practice|
|Publisher||:||W B Saunders Company - 2001|