Volume 7/Issue 5, September 2011
Management strategies for preventing complications in infusion therapy
Michael Sasse, Susan Pearson
The increasingly complex nature of infusion therapy and the growing number of patients receiving this treatment, have led to a concurrent rise in complications. However, many of these are preventable. This article presents solutions, such as the use of in-line filtration for removal of micro and nano-particles, standard line arrangements for the administration of drugs and the background theory as outlined in a hands-on training workshop on infusion management.
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