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Access device guidelines : recommendations for nursing practice and education

  • Camp-Sorrell, Dawn. , Cope, Diane G.
  • Oncology Nursing Society
  • 2011
Access device guidelines : recommendations for nursing practice and education
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Access device guidelines :recommendations for nursing practice and education /editor, Dawn Camp-Sorrell ; authors, Diane G. Cope ... [et al.] ; reviewers, Amy E. Korinko ... [et al.].
  • Edition
    3rd ed.
  • Publication
    Pittsburgh, Pa. :Oncology Nursing Society,c2011.
  • Author
    Camp-Sorrell, Dawn., Cope, Diane G.
  • Authors
    Oncology Nursing Society.
  • Phy Desc.
    170 p. :ill. (some col.) ;28 cm.
  • Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [137]-138) and index.
  • Contents Note
    1. Objectives - 2. Vascular access devices (VADs) - 3. Subcutaneous (hypodermoclysis) infusion devices - 4. Arterial access devices - 5. Intraventricular access devices - 6. Epidural and intrathecal access devices - 7. Intraperitoneal (IP) catheters - 8. Implanted pumps - 9. Ambulatory infusion pumps - 10. Education and documentation issues for access devices - 11. Special considerations for immunosuppressed patients with access devices - 12. Controversial issues.
  • Topical Term
    Nursing
    Medical technology
    Medical instruments and apparatus
    Neoplasms - nursing - Practice Guideline
    Catheterization - nursing - Practice Guideline
  • ISBN
    9781890504960 (spiral bound)
  • Language
    English

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Table of Content

1. Objectives
2. Vascular access devices (VADs)
3. Subcutaneous (hypodermoclysis) infusion devices
4. Arterial access devices
5. Intraventricular access devices
6. Epidural and intrathecal access devices
7. Intraperitoneal (IP) catheters
8. Implanted pumps
9. Ambulatory infusion pumps
10. Education and documentation issues for access devices
11. Special considerations for immunosuppressed patients with access devices
12. Controversial issues