Describes many of the common venous access devices used today, including
mid-line catheters, peripherally inserted central catheters and implantable
ports. Describes flushing, care of equipment, administration of drugs, blood
withdrawal, site care, and patient education. Includes precautionary
measures and assessment to detect complications such as infection,
occlusion, and air emboli.
RC 683.5 .I5 A38 1994
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