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nice post very easy to understand anything know more about iv cannula complication please visit on this
8/9/2018 12:33:47 AM

Lisa Bonsall, MSN RN CRNP
Hi Laurie, Yes you may use pieces of this blog. Please cite Lippincott as the reference. Thank you and good luck with your presentation!
7/1/2018 7:51:19 AM

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Good after noon Lisa. This is a wonderfully written article. I would like to obtain permission to use pieces of this blog in my PIV educational PowerPoint presentation that I am working on for my hospital. Please respond to let me know this is ok. Thank you.
6/24/2018 11:30:31 AM

puneet dhawan
the way you understand was excellent
11/30/2017 6:53:42 AM

John Von
Well written and detailed explained. Guys please educate yourself so you can recognize and prevent these complications of peripheral I.V. therapy. Thanks for sharing these useful information's!
11/23/2017 10:05:57 AM

Deepak singh
Nice to read your blog ! The information provided regarding safety with medical equipment is really very helpful for both patient and doctors as well.
4/21/2017 4:55:33 AM

Deepak Singh
Nice to read your blog. The instructions provided regarding "<a href="">iv cannula insertion</a> tips" in the blog is really helpful for patient and nursing person as well.
4/3/2017 4:26:25 AM

Luciene Braga
I´d like to know how to use the infiltration scale of the INS (2006). For exemplo When I say that the infiltration is grade 1, do I need to identify every clinical criteria that are described in the scale grade 1? Or if I identify only edema on the skin, on the site of the catheter, Can I say that the infiltration is grade 1? I say this because sometimes I do flushing in the catheter after to do the medication and I see the edema formation, and I stop the flushing and remove the catheter and inserted another.
Thank you,
9/16/2015 3:53:10 AM

Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP
Thank you, Beth!
2/12/2015 11:24:34 PM

beth hawkes
This is excellent and well laid out. I will be overseeing preceptors who are orienting new grads, and I will give this for them to share with their new grads.
2/11/2015 5:04:57 PM