Table of contents for Intravenous infusion therapy for nurses : principles & practice / Dianne L. Josephson.


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 Preface	viii
Acknowledgments	x
Introduction	xi
About the Authors	xii
UNIT I	Foundations of Intravenous Infusion Therapy Practice	1
	Chapter 1	Introduction to Intravenous Infusion Therapy 	2
		Accountability and Infusion Therapy / 3
		Intravenous Infusion Therapy / 8
	Chapter 2	Fluid and Electrolyte Fundamentals Related to
Intravenous Infusion Therapy	12
		Fluids and Homeostasis / 13
		The Composition of Body Fluids / 15
		The Movement of Body Fluids / 16
		Body Systems: Fluid and Electrolyte Regulation  / 28
		Acid-Base Balance / 29
		Electrolyte Balances and Imbalances / 36
	Chapter 3	Legal Implications of Intravenous Infusion Therapy	46
		Law / 47
		Classifications of Law / 48
		Liability and Infusion Therapy / 49
		The Law: Implications for IV Nursing Practice / 50
		Avoiding Litigation / 57
	Chapter 4	Infection Control Related to Intravenous Infusion Therapy	60
		Epidemiology and Infection / 61
		Infection / 62
		Infection Control / 66
Unit II	The Practice of Intravenous Infusion Therapy	80
	Chapter 5	Risks, Complications, and Adverse Reactions Associated
With Intravenous Infusion Therapy	81
		Local Problems and Complications / 82
		Systemic Complications of Infusion Therapy / 97
	Chapter 6	Intravenous Infusion Preparations	107
		Osmolality and Osmolarity / 108
		Determination of Fluid Balance / 110
		Classifications of Infusates / 110
		Determining Tonicity / 110
		Infusates: Categories of Tonicity / 112
Chapter 7	Patient Preparation and Site Selection for
Peripheral Intravenous Infusion Therapy	128
		Peripheral Infusion Therapy: Advantages and Disadvantages / 129
		Anatomy Review / 129
		Patient Preparation / 136
		Intravascular Site Selection / 140
	Chapter 8	Equipment and Supplies Employed in the Preparation
and Administration of Intravenous Infusion Therapy	146
		Infusate Containers / 147
		Infusate Administration Sets / 150
		Needleless Systems and Needle Stick Safety Systems / 163
		Venous Access Devices / 163
		Vein Illumination Devices / 167
		Infusion Site Preparation and Maintenance Materials / 170
		Infusion Regulation Systems / 173
		Labels / 178
		Hanging Devices for IV Equipment / 178
	Chapter 9	The Delivery, Care, Maintenance, and
Discontinuation of Intravenous Infusion Therapy	181
		Preparation Guidelines for Infusion Therapy / 182
		Initiation of Infusion Therapy / 190
		Peripheral Infusion Therapy: Maintenance and Monitoring / 202
		Discontinuation of Peripheral Infusions While Retaining Venous Patency / 205
		Discontinuation of Peripheral Infusion Lines / 206
		Medication Administration by Direct Intravenous Delivery / 207
	Chapter 10	Mathematical Calculations for the Administration,
Regulation, and Maintenance of Intravenous
Infusion Therapy	210
		Basic Mathematical Review / 211
		Systems of Weights and Measures / 214
		Intravenous Infusion Calculations / 216
		Adjustment and Recalculation of Flow Rates / 220
		Calculating With Accuracy / 221
	Chapter 11	Pharmacologic Principles Related to the Preparation
and Administration of Intravenous Medications	223
		Pharmacokinetics and Mechanisms of Drug Action / 224
		Drug Names / 227
		Intravenous Drug Classifications / 227
		Drug Compatibility and Interactions / 251
	Chapter 12	Central and Peripherally Placed Vascular Access Devices
and Advanced Medication Delivery Systems	253
		Central Venous Therapy / 254
		Centrally Inserted Single and Multilumen Nontunneled Central Venous Access 
  Catheters / 260
		Central Venous Tunneled Catheters / 275
		Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters / 280
		Midline Catheters / 293
		Implantable Subcutaneous Vascular Access Devices / 294
		Hemodynamic Monitoring / 305
		Advanced Medication Delivery Systems / 307
	Chapter 13	Intravenous Nutritional Support	315
		Indications for Intravenous Nutrition / 316
		Composition of Parenteral Nutrition Products / 317
		Total Parenteral Nutrition / 323
		Peripheral Parenteral Nutrition / 324
		Preparation of Parenteral Nutrition / 325
		Compounding Parenteral Nutrition Formulas / 325
		Risks and Complications Associated with Parenteral Nutrition Administration / 326
	Chapter 14	Blood and Blood Product Administration	333
		Basic Immunology / 334
		Basic Immunohematology / 334
		Blood Typing and Crossmatching / 336
		Blood and Blood Components / 336
		Nonblood-Product Volume Expanders / 349
		Blood and Blood Product Transfusion / 350
		Blood Transfusion Reactions / 354
		Transfusion Administration / 361
UNIT III	Intravenous Infusion Needs of the Pediatric and
Gerontologic Populations	368
	Chapter 15	Intravenous Infusion Therapy for the Pediatric Patient	369
		Body Fluids / 370
		Physiologic Differences: Adult versus Pediatric Patients / 370
		Principles of Growth and Development / 370
		Conditions Causing Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances / 371
		Implementing the Nursing Process / 379
		Complications of Infusion Therapy / 388
		Medication Administration / 388
		Intravenous Therapy in Home Care / 389
		Children with Cancer / 389
	Chapter 16	Intravenous Therapy for the Elderly Patient:
Special Considerations	395
		Gerontology / 396
		Physiologic Changes of Aging / 396
		Intravenous Therapy / 398
		Procedures for the Elderly / 401
		Complications of Intravenous Therapy / 401
		Medications / 403
		Common Nursing Concerns / 404
		Common Disorders of the Elderly / 406
		Case Management / 409
	APPENDICES
		Appendix A: Abbreviations / 412
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Infusion therapy, Nursing, Infusions, Intravenous methods Nurses' Instruction