Table of contents for Intravenous therapy in nursing practice / edited by Lisa Dougherty and Julie Lamb.

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Contents
Chapter 1: Legal and professional aspects of intravenous therapy
Chapter 2: Anatomy and physiology related to intravenous therapy
Chapter 3: Fluid and electrolyte balance
Chapter 4: Infection control in intravenous therapy
Chapter 5: Pharmacological aspects of intravenous therapy
Chapter 6: Safe administration and management of peripheral intravenous therapy
Chapter 7: Local and systemic complications of intravenous therapy
Chapter 8: Intravenous Flow Control and Infusion Devices
Chapter 9: Obtaining peripheral venous access
Chapter 10: Vascular access in the acute care setting
Chapter 11: Long-term central venous access
Chapter 12: INTRAVENOUS THERAPY IN THE COMMUNITY
Chapter 13: Blood Transfusion Therapy
Chapter 14: Parenteral nutrition
Chapter 15: Paediatric intravenous therapy in practice
Chapter 16: Safe handling and administration of intravenous cytotoxic drugs
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intravenous therapy.
Nursing.
Infusions, Intravenous -- nursing.
Home Infusion Therapy -- nursing.