ISMP SAFE PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR ADULT IV PUSH MEDICATIONS ISMP 2015 Introduction Intravenous (IV) therapy is considered an essential component of current healthcare delivery, with over 90% of hospitalized patients receiving some form of infusion therapy. Mar 11, 2019 · Aging changes not just the way a person’s skin looks but also its depth, texture, and integrity. Growing old also makes people’s veins more fragile and that can make insertion of I.V devices a lot trickier and harder. However, even though older people have very fragile veins, it doesn’t mean that IV insertion should always [ ]Author: Jason.
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