•If the solution is hyperosmolar and the patient cannot (or will not) orally hydrate, they may require 250-500 mL NS to hydrate them after an IV (to avoid dehydration side effects). •Remember: Once it’s in the vein, you can’t take it back out! HOWDOI IMPLEMENTTHISMODALITYINMYPRACTICE? PART 3 Logistics regarding the space and equipment required:
If the sole purpose of the fluid administration is to maintain patency of an access device, the infusion is neither diagnostic nor therapeutic and should not be reported separately Some chemotherapeutic agents and other therapeutic agents require a pre or post hydration infusion in order to avoid toxicities.
In clinical practice, the use of IV nutritional therapies has proven to be both safe and efficacious if basic screening and application guidelines are followed. I personally find that the two most useful arenas for IV therapy are: The acutely ill person needing short-term support (dehydration, viral illness etc.)
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