Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Infusion Nurses Society, Soft cover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory ABE More information about this seller Contact this seller. Infusion Nurses' Society. Publisher: Infusion Nurses Society , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. As nurses strive to meet the infusion needs of their patients in a complex health care environment, the Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice will be invaluable to guide decision making and for developing patient-centered plans of care.
Strength of the Body of Evidence. The strength of evidence in this document reflects the body of evidence available and retrievable at the time of review, and thus is titled Strength of the Body of Evidence. The strength of the body of evidence is only as robust as the highest level of a single item of evidence. Studies and other evidence comprise similar patient populations unless otherwise noted.
Regulatory evidence is kept separate since these criteria may change based on changes in technology or body of research available. Two well-designed RCTs, 2 or more multicenter, well-designed clinical trials without II randomization, or systematic literature review of varied prospective study designs. One well-designed RCT, several well-designed clinical trials without randomization, or several studies with quasi-experimental designs focused on the same question. III Includes 2 or more well-designed laboratory studies.
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Well-designed quasi-experimental study, case control study, cohort study, correlation- al study, time series study, systematic literature review of descriptive and qualitative IV studies, or narrative literature review, psychometric study. Includes 1 well-designed laboratory study. Includes standard of practice that is generally accepted but does not have a research basis for example, patient identification.
Anatomic characteristics and their effect on physical assessment, vascular and nonvascular access device site selection, insertion procedures, Standard site rotation, and use of specialized infusion- 1. Physiologic characteristics and their effect on drug 1.
Growth and developmental stages, including implications related to promoting comfort and reducing pain and fears associated with infu- 2. Patient Education. Obtaining assent from the school-age or adoles- 2. American Nurses Association. Neonatal Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice. The nurse should provide care to neonatal and 2. Pediatric Nursing: Scope and Standards pediatric patients that is individualized, collabo- of Practice.
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Safe practices for parenter- al nutrition. J Parenter Enteral Nutr. Phillips SK. Pediatric parenteral nutrition: differences in practice nonvascular access device site selection, inser- from adult care. J Infus Nurs. Extraction of di-ethylhexyl-phtha- related equipment, including care and mainte- late by home total parenteral nutrition from polyvinyl chloride infu- nance practices during infusion therapy. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. Physiologic changes related to older adults and ;47 1 Controversy: neonatal expo- tions, pharmacologic actions, interactions, side sure to plasticizers in the NICU.
Evaluation of childhood 3. Changes in cognitive abilities and dexterity; exposure to di 2-ethylhexyl phthalate from perfusion kits during long-term parenteral nutrition.
Int J Pharm. Zempsky WT. Optimizing the management of peripheral venous and socioeconomic considerations. Interaction with family members, caregivers, or Pediatrics. Cohen LL.
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Potential for adverse events and drug interac- Parental holding and positioning tions in older adults who may be prescribed to decrease IV distress in young children: a randomized controlled multiple medications. J Pediatr Nurs. Safety and environmental considerations related to Czaplewski L. Clinician and patient education. Tice AD. Rethinking pediatric assent: 1.
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Nursing: Scope and Standards of from requirement to ideal. Pediatr Clin N Am. Scope and Standards of Gerontological Sinclair SJ. Involvement of adolescents in decision making for Nursing Practice. Ensuring competence of Understanding adolescent voice as a guide specialty nurses in care of older adults. Geriatr Nurs. Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs. Zwicker D, Fulmer T. Reducing adverse drug events.
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