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The Low Down on Chlorhexidine/ChloraPrep

The Low Down on Chlorhexidine/ChloraPrep

Despite standard hospital procedures, there will always be one or two isolated cases of infection that may occur. A common case is associated with catheter injection where bacterial infection may develop in the area on which the catheter was inserted or attached.

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Things to Keep in Mind When Using an IV Pump and Tubing

Things to Keep in Mind When Using an IV Pump and Tubing

The intravenous pump easily controls the delivery of medicine, fluids and food into the patient’s body, while ensuring that the prescribed limits and rates are maintained. Because it is a basic medical device critical in delivering the necessary patient care, healthcare workers are advised to observe proper and appropriate use of the IV pump and... Read more »

The Benefits of Needleless Items

The Benefits of Needleless Items

Needleless items or needleless systems generally refer to the types of injections in which the syringe is attached to the unsharpened cannula/tube and the medication is delivered through a port intravenously. In recent age of technology, needleless items are portentous innovation that allows the... Read more »

Vascular Access Device

Vascular Access Device

A new report by iData Research, the vascular access devices (VAD) will grow from $3.7 billion in 2013 to near $5 billion by 2020. Around 90% of patients hospitalized in the U. S. get a VAD inserted during their stay. The increase in the number of diabetic, ICU, and oncology patients, and government safety and reimbursement policies designed to reduce... Read more »

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