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<CONTENTS> <COPY ED.: ADD SECTION HEADS THAT APPEAR IN LATER CHAPTERS> CONTENTS List of Tables Unit I Overview of Infusion Therapy Chapter 1 History of Infusion Therapy Early History and Methodology The Infusion Nurses Society, Inc. Infusion Nursing in the 21st Century Chapter 2 Risk Reduction and Performance Improvement Professional Nursing and Legal Safeguards Professional Nursing and Quality Improvement Chapter 3 Nursing Role and Responsibilities Collaborative Role of the Nurse Role of Infusion Nursing Team Resource Nurse Mentor Educator-Knowledge Sharer Magnet Team Member Shared Governance Leader Cost Containment of Infusion Teams Future of Infusion Nursing Chapter 4 Application of Infusion Nurses Society Standards of Practice Standards Policies, Procedures, and Infusion Therapy Competencies in Practice Unit II Assessment and Monitoring Chapter 5 Anatomy and Physiology Applied to Intravascular Therapy Vascular Anatomy and Therapeutic Goals Systems and Organs Involved in Infusion Therapy Chapter 6 Relevant Laboratory Tests Collection of Venous Blood Common Laboratory Tests Chapter 7 Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Overview of Physiology Objectives of Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances in Specific Patients Chapter 8 Principles of Parenteral Fluid Administration Parenteral Fluids Infusion Kinds and Composition of Fluids Evaluation of Water and Electrolyte Balance Clinical Disturbances of Water and Electrolyte Metabolism Chapter 9 Complications and Interventions Local Systemic Ongoing Monitoring and Precautions Sentinel Events Rheumatoid Sympathetic Dystrophy Chapter 10 Evidence-Based Practice Evidence-Based Nursing Competency-Based Programs and Description Unit III Clinical Decision Making and Core Competencies Chapter 11 Infusion Equipment and Safety Physical Principles of Equipment Use Safety Principles and Selection of Equipment Equipment Safety and Use Chapter 12 Peripheral Infusion Therapy Techniques Approach to Preparation Considerations for Vein Selection Considerations Before Beginning the Infusion Considerations for Venipuncture Procedure Chapter 13 Short Peripheral Access Other Insertion Techniques Local and Systemic Complications Chapter 14 Central Vascular Access Vascular Structures Early Uses of CVC Expanded Uses of CVCs Preparation for Central Venous Catheterization Insertion of Lines Post-insertion Care Complications of Central Venous Catheterization Care and Maintenance of Central Venous Lines Chapter 15 Alternate Access Intra-arterial Intraosseous Infusion Unit IV Patient-Specific Therapies Chapter 16 Parenteral Nutrition History of Parenteral Nutrition Indications for Parenteral Nutrition Nutritional Assessment Nutritional Requirements Parenteral Nutrition Solutions Administration of Parenteral Nutrition Nursing Management Complications Home Parenteral Nutrition Chapter 17 Transfusion Therapy Basic Immunohematology Pretransfusion Testing, Blood Donation, and Blood Preservation Whole Blood Red Blood Cells Platelets Granulocytes Plasma, Other Blood Components Transfusion Reactions Blood Administration Factor 5 Leiden Chapter 18 Pharmacology Applied to Infusion Therapy Administering Drug Therapy Advantages Disadvantages Safeguards to Minimize Hazards Chapter 19 Antineoplastic Therapy Role of the Infusion Nurse in Chemotherapy Education Safe Preparation, Handling, and Disposal Overview of Chemotherapy Systemic Drug Delivery Techniques Complications Management of Side Effects Chapter 20 Pain Management Role of Nurses in Pain Management Acute Pain Chronic Pain Opioids Staff Education Infusion Conscious Sedation Continuous Local Anesthetics Documentation Clinical Practice Guidelines Unit V Special Applications Chapter 21 Pediatric Intravenous Therapy Infusion Therapy in Infants and Children Physical and Emotional Considerations Common Pediatric Infusion Therapies Peripheral Infusion Access Central Infusion Access Other Route of Vascular Access in Children Infusion Administration Equipment Alternate Site Pediatric Infusion Therapy Chapter 22 Infusion Therapy in an Older Adult Patient Demographics The Older Patient as a Health Care Consumer Physiology of Aging Access and Equipment Chapter 23 Alternate Clinical Settings and Cost Factors Changing Health Care Environment Influence of Managed Care Home Care Hospice Subacute Care Facilities Ambulatory Infusion Centers Long-Term Care Future Infusion Technology for Alternate Care Programs Chapter 24 Global Applications for Infusion Nurses Strategic Partnering for Success Global Health Policy Advocacy What¿s Ahead Appendices A. Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Role in Infusion Therapy B. Certification and Recertification C. Continuing Education Opportunities D. Drug Enforcement Agency Schedules of Controlled Substances E. MedWatch Reporting Form F. Recommended HIV Postexposure Follow-Up of Health Care Workers G. Provisional Public Health Service Recommendations for Chemoprophylaxis After Occupational Exposure to HIV, by Type of Exposure and Source Material H. EPINet Postexposure Follow-Up Reporting Forms I. Standards for Latex Allergy Precautions J. Websites of Interest to Infusion Nurses K. Selected OSHA Guidelines¿Workplace Safety L. Effectively Using IV Teams M. Clinical Competency Validation Program Answers to Questions Glossary Index List of Tables Table 1-1 21st Century Progress in Infusion Therapy Table 2-1 Sources of Standards of Care Related to IV Therapy Table 3-1 Reassessing the Role of the IV Team Table 4-1 Infiltration Scale Table 4-2 Recognizing and Managing Infiltration or Inflammation Table 5-1 Determining the Appropriate Peripheral Venipuncture Site Table 6-1 Standards for Diagnostic Testing Table 6-2 Selected Laboratory Values Table 6-3 Examples of Conversions to Systeme International (SI) Units Table 7-1 Intracellular and Extracellular Concentrations and Related Serum Values Table 7-2 Plasma Electrolytes Table 7-3 Fluid and Electrolyte Maintenance Requirements Table 7-4 Differentiating Acidosis from Alkalosis Table 7-5 Selected Nursing Diagnoses for Postoperative Patient After Abdominal Surgery Table 7-6 The Burn Patient Receiving Parenteral Fluid Therapy Table 7-7 Rule of Nines for Estimating Burned Body Area in Adults Table 7-8 Factors Contributing to Development of DKA or HHNC in Susceptible Persons Table 8-1 Results of Infusion of Fluids with Different Tonicities Table 8-2 Contents of Selected Water and Electrolyte Solutions Table 8-3 Rapid Fluid Imbalance Assessment Guide Table 10-1 National Quality Indicators Table 10-2 Summary of Documented PICC Malpositions and Methods of Resolution Table 11-1 Examples of Situations Requiring Vigilance to Avoid Errors Table 11-2 Common Barriers to Safe Medication Administration Table 11-3 Peripheral Venous Access Devices and Their Uses Table 11-4 Reactions to Latex Table 12-1 Site Selection Table 12-2 Comparing Approaches to Venipuncture Table 14-1 Complications of Central Venous Catheter or Device Insertion Table 14-2 Central Venous Access Device Descriptions, Insertion Techniques, and Considerations Table 14-3 Central Venous Catheter or Device Dressing Changes, Flushing, and Capping Table 14-4 Potential Complications of Indwelling Central Venous Access Catheters and Devices Table 14-5 Solutions Causing Intraluminal Precipitates and Possible Clearing Agents Table 15-1 Choosing the Site of an Arterial Blood Sample Table 15-2 Malfunctions Occurring in Arterial Pressure Monitoring Table 18-1 Selected Therapeutic Drug Concentrations and Toxic Values Table 18-2 Responsibilities for Intravenous Drug Administration Table 18-3 Resources for Patients and Education Programs Table 18-4 Interactions Based on Case Reports Table 22-1 Aging of the Body¿s Systems Table 22-2 Special Techniques in the Older Adult Patient Table 22-3 Occlusion Assessment and Nursing Interventions Table 23-1 Potential Home Infusion Coverage Table 23-2 Potential Home Infusion Table 23-3 Comparison of JCAHO, ACHC, and CHAP Table 24-1 Terminology Associated with Knowledge Management
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Infusions, Intravenous -- methods.
Infusions, Intravenous -- nursing.
Fluid Therapy -- methods.
Parenteral Nutrition -- methods.